Two explosions have been reported near the Boston Marathon finish line on Boylston Street as thousands of people gathered for the race.
Pope Francis has set up an advisory board of eight cardinals from around the world in an effort to bring change to the church's administration.
Reverend Emil Kapaun, an Army chaplain and candidate for sainthood in the Catholic Church, was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor by President Obama.
American author, friar, priest, contemplative and speaker Brennan Manning passed away at the age of 78.
If a church isn’t growing, what is keeping it from fulfilling its full redemptive potential?
In the minds of many folks, the debate is over and same-sex “marriage” is a done deal. But is it?
- April 13, 2013 |
Libya released four Egyptian Christians accused of proselytizing from prison on Thursday, after imprisoning them for more than a month.
When it comes to a professional career, what percentage of people do you think are doing what they really want to do?
Dr. Kermit Gosnell has been charged with killing a female patient and seven babies allegedly born alive at his abortion clinic in inner-city Philadelphia.
A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.
In the budget he delivered yesterday to Capitol Hill, President Barack Obama axed funds for sexual risk avoidance (SRA) education, even though research shows these programs can help curb the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
Members of the Arkansas Senate voted Tuesday to defund Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers that receive federal and state grants to fund sex education programs.
Today’s Focus on the Family broadcast features two of the brightest minds in the country discussing the Supreme Court’s recent oral arguments on the matter of same-sex marriage.
After years of imprisonment on death row for blasphemy in Pakistan, Younis Masih has been set free by an appeals court.
The results of Piper Jaffray's 25th bi-annual teen survey showed Apple to be the most desired brand among American teenagers who care about things like smartphones and tablets.
A new report captures a snapshot of Americans' media usage.
Johns Hopkins University reversed course on its stance against a student pro-life group, granting the organization full recognition late Tuesday.
I am about to enter into a volatile subject. Not abortion or same-sex marriage. I want to talk about parents, sports and the church.
The proliferation of media-able devices in our households (PCs, smartphones, tablets) is leading to a division of our attention when it comes to traditional television viewing and programming.
- April 10, 2013 |