The president lacks the authority to override state decisions regarding closures of businesses and institutions.
The Netanyahu government is pushing hard for a green light from Trump, fearing his time in office might soon end.
Deliberate killing and unintentionally accepting a risk of death are very different things.
It’s time to think creatively about how to safely open up civil society as well as the economy.
Governor Phil Murphy’s comments represent an ideology that is completely unacceptable for a government leader in the United States.
States that want to break up church services to prevent infection must demonstrate a genuine need and use the least
The Colorado baker keeps fighting for religious liberty, and winning. His example shows that Americans can be persuaded on this
Some local officials have come after religious organizations with unseemly zeal.
Our current crisis has revealed the significance of Lent and reminded us of how desperately we need Easter.
As the coronavirus forces us to eat humble pie, a society that had dismissed God finds its religious conscience stirring.
If Jesus of Nazareth is who He said He was, we have no reason to think that God Himself does
In which none of us is alone — note the characters of the Holy Week narrative, heroes in all their
If it jolts us from an overindulgence of our habit of mental absence during worship, good.
The ruling ends the most high-profile criminal case of alleged sexual misconduct to rock the Roman Catholic Church.
The moral lesson that I have taken from reading the Bible is that God’s sense of justice, fitness, and proportionality
Put stress on a society and it will reveal the truth of itself. Perhaps someone will deliver a sermon on
An attorney for the diocese, Matthew Haverstick, said they were declaring bankruptcy to “ continue to do all the things
Respect for the traditional, the local, and the organic permeates Pope Francis’s document Querida Amazonia.
The tens of thousands of women who traveled to Washington, D.C. for the March for Life believe that to be
The story of the Incarnation we celebrate on this and every Christmas may seem too good to be true, but
His indifference to anti-Semitism among some of his prominent supporters is a blot on his candidacy.
Victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic clergy are suing Pope Francis, claiming he and Vatican officials knew,
Malone allegedly covered up credible allegations against priests in the diocese and neglected to relieve those priests of their duties.
The chain operated in the only way a religious organization can earnestly operate — as though the religion it professed
The senator offers a refreshing alternative to laissez-faire fundamentalism — and a new generation of conservatives is paying attention.
One Atmosphere, an area non-profit, dedicated a mammoth mural yesterday of the teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg.
Pell is currently in prison in Melbourne. As a convicted pedophile, he spends 23 hours a day in solitary confinement.
If his conversion is sincere, is there any doubt that he’s “free indeed”?
A government that is soon likely to be presided over either by Donald Trump or Elizabeth Warren is not a
The recently concluded Synod of the Amazon has been dogged by the principle of contradiction.
He has special relevance to us today, and not just because he is in the news this weekend.
O’Rourke’s presidential campaign is within the margin of error of non-existence, but in his failure he has found a purpose:
“There can be no reward, no benefit, no tax break for anyone … that denies the full human rights and
It’s a boon for traditional Catholic education: Thomas Aquinas College, of California, opens a new campus in Massachusetts.
In Primal Screams, Mary Eberstadt observes that identity politics is, if nothing else, a substitute good for meeting real human
Masterpiece Cakeshop continues to pay religious-liberty dividends.
The Education secretary took part in a roundtable discussion at an ordinary Catholic school. The media labeled it an extraordinary
A daughter’s wit, her mother’s charm, and a diplomatic breach repaired.
Linda Greenhouse omits the anti-Catholic bias at the heart of a new case before the Court.
The Democrats take a pause from persecuting Christians to try to coopt them.
Healing is rooted in Scripture and happens to be an urgent need right now.
Don’t let the end of summer take you away from the most important things.
Serious accusations require equally serious review.
Reflecting on the virtue that keeps us moving forward.