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Top 10 Reasons We’re Glad A Catholic Colbert Is Taking Over Letterman’s “Late Show”

How might we love Stephen Colbert as the “Late Show” host? Let us count the ways.

Let’s not just have another ‘conversation’ on race

President Obama pauses as he speaks to reporters in the Brady Press Briefing room of the White House in Washington … Continued

It’s okay to be gay, and Christian

(Courtesy of Sports Illustrated) This week, Jason Collins came out as a black, gay, professional basketball player in Sports Illustrated. … Continued

For Sikhs and Muslims, fear after a terror attack

With the news that two suspects of the Boston Marathon bombing are accounted for, one dead and the other in … Continued

Mark Sanford receives God’s grace and the public’s, too

Mark Sanford’s primary run-off victory brings him yet another step closer to professional redemption. His is now only one general … Continued

Catholic leader Archbishop Dolan: More and more people ‘have some troubles with the church’

QUOTE OF THE DAY: “More and more people are saying, you know what, I don’t have trouble with God, I … Continued

Pope Francis to wash feet of incarcerated youth on Holy Thursday

Pope Francis will hold Mass on Holy Thursday at Casal del Marmo Detention Center in Rome and will wash the … Continued

Why we love Pope Francis

I was obviously not at Pentecost. I was, however, standing in St. Peter’s Square when a man behind me yelped, … Continued

Christianity after Louie Giglio

Jason Merritt GETTY IMAGES Louie Giglio arrives at the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards held at Staples Center on February 12, … Continued

Lie to me, please: Truth was the real loser of first presidential debate

AP Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Obama wave to the audience during the first presidential debate at the … Continued

Obama’s ‘war on religion': Breaking down Romney’s new attack ad

AP Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney arrives in in Bedford, Mass., Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012. Nearly four … Continued

‘Bachmann affair’ on Clinton aide Abedin is a wake-up call

STEVE MARCUS REUTERS Democratic presidential candidate US Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) waves to the crowd with her personal assistant Huma … Continued

Creflo Dollar, corporal punishment and fear as a parenting tool

Pouya Dianat AP In this Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2007 photo, Rev. Creflo Dollar gives his Wednesday night service at World … Continued

Why the Catholic Church needs Margaret Farley

The Vatican has once again sharply criticized a nun, this time for writing on sexual ethics. The Vatican has accused … Continued

At West Point’s prayer breakfast, no room for hate

They’ve done it again. This time the notorious retired Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin was invited to speak at the … Continued

Are GOP candidates playing the race card?

David Goldman AP Kenneth Dansby, center, of Greenville, S.C., confronts Republican presidential candidate former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, right, at … Continued

Fear Dec 21, 2012?

CRIS BOURONCLE AFP/GETTY IMAGES Tourists walk around the Kukulcan temple, also known as El Castillo (The Castle), a step pyramid … Continued

Praying without priests on 9/11

CHIP EAST REUTERS The World Trade Center Cross, made of intersecting steel beams found in the rubble of buildings destroyed … Continued

Debt an economic disaster of biblical proportions

Melina Mara WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 6: (L-R) Senators Lamar Alexander (R-TN), John Barrasso (R-WY), John Cornyn (R-TX), Jon Kyl … Continued

The Pope, the nuns and Auschwitz: the real story

The 1993 order of Pope John Paul II to the Carmelite nuns at Auschwitz has been cited as guide in … Continued