Staffers at the little-noticed Christian Broadcasting Network capitalized on their newfound access to the Trump administration to promote their 17-minute interview with the president. The interview drew 3.4 million video views plus “more than 700,000 views through President Trump’s social media share alone,” according to a network news release.
Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl addressed Pope Francis' "Amoris Laetitia" to a group of seminarians of the Washington archdiocese, explaining that the document "calls for a compassionate pastoral approach to many people" amid life's challenges.
President Donald J. Trump issued an executive order Jan. 23 reinstating the "Mexico City Policy," which bans all foreign nongovernmental organizations receiving U.S. funds from performing or promoting abortion as a method of family planning in other countries.
The action was hailed by pro-life leaders.
"President Trump is continuing Ronald Reagan's legacy by taking immediate action on day one to stop the promotion of abortion through our tax dollars overseas." said a Jan. 23 statement from Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List.
Phyllis Schlafly, 92, died Sept. 5 at her home in Ladue, Mo. She immersed herself for most of her adult life in a host of conservative causes.
GSR Preview: Sisters gathered in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building April 18 as justices heard oral arguments regarding Obama Administration immigration policies.
Eco Catholic: Bertha Isabel Zuniga Caceres spent four days in Washington asking for an independent investigation into her mother's assassination.
Washington -- President Obama called on Americans’ better nature in his final State of the Union address.
Religious freedom "extends way beyond mere tolerance," said Secretary of State John Kerry Oct. 14 when announcing the U.S. State Department's release of the 2014 International Religious Freedom Report.
As a narrative lens for his speech, Francis cited the Golden Rule -- Jesus' teaching in Matthew's Gospel to "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."
On the day of Pope Francis' first morning greeting to the American public, Hispanic Catholics from miles around will flood into downtown Washington churches for 6:30 a.m. mass.