- Jan 18, 2020
Speaking at the National Press Club, Auxiliary Bishop Mario E. Dorsonville of Washington advocated for the rights of immigrants and refugees and stressed the importance of recognizing that they are not different or faceless but “made in the image of God.”
Members of the Chaldean Christian community gathered to protest against federal agents’ round-up of more than 100 Iraqi Christian immigrants in light of recent negotiations between the U.S. and Iraq. The organizers told local media outlets that despite their past crimes, those who were deported are active members of the community.
The chairmen of four U.S. bishops’ committees wrote a letter to the Senate urging its members to ensure that the health care reform not only respect life and religious liberty, but also remove the “unacceptable changes to Medicaid” that would leave “millions of additional people uninsured in the years ahead.”
According to a recent study the more educated a person is, the less religious he or she likely will be… Unless you are Christian. A Pew report shows that Christians with higher levels of education are just as religious as those with less schooling.
According to a new study by psychologists Will Gervais and Maxine Najle the number of atheists living in the United States may be as high as 26 percent, contrary to most reports that put the number between 3 and 10 percent. The psychologists estimated that about 1 in 3 atheists don’t feel comfortable disclosing their lack of belief.