- Jan 25, 2020
On Friday, President Donald Trump will become the first U.S. president to attend the March for Life in Washington. According to Bishop Daniel Flores of Brownsville, Texas, his participation is a political move in an election year.
A new exhibit celebrates 35 years of Vatican-U.S. diplomatic relations.
Peter Wehner is senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, former senior White House aide for President George W. Bush. He has written a new book called “The Death of Politics: How to Heal Our Frayed Republic After Trump”.
Here’s the irony of the present moment: One can assemble a powerful case that the Vatican under Pope Francis actually would stand a better chance of moving the needle with Iran than the U.S. if it wanted to mediate the current conflict.
ROME — Pope Francis has said that homosexual tendencies “are not a sin,” while encouraging parents who begin “seeing rare things” in their children to “please, consult, and go to a professional,” because “it could be that he [or she] is not homosexual.” Asked about his famous soundbite “Who am
Steve Bannon, the architect behind U.S. President Donald Trump’s election, has said he intends to spark a populist revolution in the Catholic Church and that he has more than one bone to pick with the Vatican, insisting they’ve got it wrong on issues such as the clerical sexual abuse scandals, China and populism.