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The Moral Courage of Nelson Mandela

Mandela was a remarkable gift from God to South Africa and the world — may we remember most of all his great courage.

Hunger in America: A Moral Crisis that Government Must Help Solve

Our faith traditions require a commitment not only to private charity, but to SNAP and other government solutions as well.

Advent a Time to Hope — and Fast — for Immigration Reform

The Fast for Families is replicating the great public fasts in history for immigration reform in the hope of the Advent season.

Giving Thanks for Non-traditional Families

The fact that families are increasingly diverse and non-traditional is something to be thankful for.

If Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin Don’t Like the Pope, They Won’t Care Much for Jesus

Staunch conservatives maintain an unhistorical view of Jesus.

U.S. Diplomacy with Iran and the Ethics of Sitting Together at the Table

It is a diplomacy built upon an ethic whose goal is the sustenance and joy of all of humanity. It … Continued

Stephen Colbert  brought his T.V. Show ”The Colbert Report” to Al Faw Palace in Baghdad Iraq on June 6th 2009 to entertain the troops and civilians. His guest was General Ray Odierno.  the Commanding General of the Multinational Force in Iraq.
You Know What’s Funny? Catholicism!

Catholic humor could be the key to the “New Evangelization.”

Methodist Church Prepares to Try Pastor Who Performed Marriage for Gay Men

The trial of pastor Frank Schaefer will begin shortly within a sharply divided Methodist Church.

In 12 Years a Slave, a broken Christianity

This image released by Fox Searchlight shows Michael Fassbender, left, Lupita Nyong’o and Chiwetel Ejiofor, right, in a scene from … Continued

Mormons — Yes, Mormons — Are Having an LGBT Moment

Mormon support for gay marriage grows.

Kristallnacht Still Casts a Long Shadow On Europe

Seventy-five years after Kristallnacht, anti-Semitism persists in Europe.

Pastor Saeed Abedini faces grave new danger

In a disturbing turn of events, an American Pastor imprisoned in Iran has been transferred to one of the deadliest … Continued

A rabbi and a sharia court judge walk into an auditorium

What are a Jewish rabbi and a Muslim Sharia court judge doing together on a speaking tour? I like to … Continued

Founding Father - Jefferson Memorial, National Mall, Washington
Founders’ view of prayer should prevail at Supreme Court

The Founding Fathers found a common ground in prayer that should still guide us today.

Most Republicans, evangelicals support ENDA

This Oct. 15, 2013, photo, shows a view of the U.S. Capitol building at dusk in Washington. With seven Republican … Continued

Air Force makes God optional

The second production model F-35A Lightning II aircraft flies above the compass rose of Rogers Dry Lakebed at Edwards Air … Continued

Survey: 18 percent of Americans say they have seen a ghost

A ghost decorates a front yard on Admiral Rd. in Buffalo, N.Y., Thursday, Oct. 31, 201 QUOTE OF THE DAY … Continued

Coming to the Supreme Court: the politics of public prayer

The constitutionality of legislative prayers returns to the Supreme Court after 30 years.

On Halloween, the past and future live

Children play behind a pumpkin carved and lit for Halloween, on October 30, 2013 in Monterey Park, California. “What is … Continued

The zombie preppers among us

For many, the zombie apocalypse has become just another daily concern.