Plans to appeal case to Supreme Court: “We will not obey”
Statement from Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, following Friday’s decision by... Read More
by Kenneth Craycraft, Jr.
A version of this essay appeared last week in the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Last Thursday’s Sixth Circuit decision upholding gay marriage bans in... Read More
Earlier this month the Diocese of Baton Rouge issued a defiant statement vowing to appeal a ruling by the state’s Supreme Court that a priest must testify about an... Read More
The following statement was issued August 22:
The Administration is once again revising its regulations on the HHS mandate. We will study the regulations carefully and... Read More
Cincinnati-based Citizens for Community Values, a Cincinnati-based organization dedicated to traditional moral issues, has asked all members and “Bible-believing... Read More
This guest post by Fr. Rob Waller originally ran as “Our Holy 59 Minutes” in his blog, With Open Doors. It is reproduced in full. St. Andrew the Apostle... Read More
This statement by the Bishops of Iraq on the ethnic cleansing of Christians in Mosul, Iraq (where Shiite Muslims are also facing violent persecution) is an unofficial... Read More
The following guest post by David, Lord Alton, originally ran July 23rd in The Times of London and in Zenit news service as “Lord Alton: The World Must Respond to Cry... Read More
Ohio Democrats will introduce legislation to make birth control coverage mandatory in all small- and mid-sized employee paid insurance plans.
The “Not My Boss’... Read More
The following statements by Archbishop William Lori and Bishop Richard Malone was issued July 22nd by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) in... Read More
This guest post was written by Nino Vitale, a member of a Catholic family whose small business (Johnson Welded Products) has sued the US Department of Health and Human... Read More
The following open letter from Louis Raphael Sako, Chaldean Catholic Patriarch of Baghdad, was issued to the world on July 17th. He titled it, “Mosul Christians:... Read More
In its first change to the Pregnancy Discrimination Act guidelines for employers in 31 years, the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) declared last... Read More
“The irrefutable rightness of your cause”
Yesterday President Obama signed an executive order granting employment protection to gay, lesbian, transgender and... Read More
The following guest post appeared on the blog of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) on July 17th as “Hobby Lobby and ENDA: Archbishops... Read More
Bishops Say Bill Attacked Religious Freedom; Encouraged Employers to Drop Coverage
Although all Democrats but one voted for it, the US Senate voted 56-43 against a bill... Read More
Composed by John Carroll, Archbishop of Baltimore, in 1791.
We pray, Thee O Almighty and Eternal God! Who through Jesus Christ hast revealed Thy glory to all nations,... Read More
The Supreme Court’s religious freedom decision yesterday, its last day in session for the year, is notable for both what it does and doesn’t do.
It does say that... Read More
This post by attorney Kenneth Craycraft, Jr., was also submitted to the Cincinnati Enquirer, where it was printed with the title, “Hobby Lobby Decision a Narrow Win... Read More
The following post by attorney Kenneth Craycraft originally appeared in the Cincinnati Enquirer May 12th as “Teachers’ contract reflects Catholic teaching” and... Read More
Sent in by a reader: A billboard erected by the Cincinnati chapter of Voice of the Faithful in protest of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati’s revised teacher contract... Read More
This guest post by Canadian blogger Lea Z. Singh originally appeared as “Christian Lawyers Are The New Racists” on her blog, Mama Takes on the World, on April... Read More
Saddleback pastor says a loss on the upcoming Supreme Court case would damage America’s “first purpose”
The following op-ed ran in Saturday’s... Read More
Last-minute addition to our calendar:
Matthew Gifford of St. Susanna parish (Mason, OH) sends the following:
This Sunday, I am organizing a March for Religious Liberty... Read More