Pope Francis on Friday asked forgiveness “for the damage” that abusive priests have inflicted on children and pledged that the Catholic Church “will not take one step backward” in efforts to address the crisis.
A new study says that more than half of 18 to 34-year-olds “look to religion,” and about 60 percent say they “talk to God.”
Visa's annual prom survey shows that the cost families expect to pay this year is down from 2013. But the costs are still shockingly high, averaging just under $1,000.
John Kerry alluded that Israel should negotiate a deal with Iran which would keep Iran from seeking nuclear weapons for six to 12 months; Israeli authorities are calling this suggestion “unacceptable.”
Pakistani Christian Asia Bibi has now had her court appeal postponed for the third time.
A bomb exploded and killed at least 71 people near the capital city of Nigeria Monday morning. 124 more were injured.
A recent story in the news brings into question the school system's ability to exercise authority when they are unable to deliver appropriate consequences for willful defiance.
I’ve been blogging a lot about “Irreplaceable,” Focus on the Family’s first movie debuting in a one-night theater event on May 6. In these posts, I mention how Tim Sisarich, the former executive director of Focus on the Family New Zealand, serves as the host to the documentary on family. On today’s broadcast, you’ll get to meet Tim.
The warning light went on in America years ago, but we weren't paying attention.
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Last week, crowds of Christians formed a human shield to protect the Sanjiang church from threatened demolition, but Communist authorities in China say that they are not campaigning to destroy churches.
Karen King maintains her research wasn’t focused on proving Jesus was married, but to confirm his view of women.
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Is surfing the web causing people to drop out of church? Kimberly Winston of Religion News Network compared a few opinions on the subject.
“Duck Dynasty” matriarch Miss Kay says she considered suicide after her husband Phil Robertson accused her of infidelity, Kay writes in her new book, “The Women of Duck Commander.”
Violence between Christians and Muslims has claimed the lives of at least 30 people in the Central African Republic, CBN News Reports.
Four women who were forced into sex slavery and later freed met with the pope at the Vatican on Thursday at an international conference on human trafficking.
Let’s try to guess which of these two men is doing more to expand the Kingdom of God.
Naghmeh Abedini, the wife of the imprisoned pastor Saeed Abedini has remained strong in her faith, despite setbacks in the case.
Girls in Saudi Arabian schools do not currently have access to physical education classes, but the possibility of adding sports instruction to the curriculum is under discussion.
A new study reveals regular churchgoers have a better love life than non-church attenders.