- Mar 2, 2021
The numbers of Millennials who hold pro-life views are greater than those of young people a generation ago. However, they are not willing to associate with the Pro-Life movement for various reasons.
More than 5,600 U.S. religious sisters have signed a letter asking for civil discourse in the presidential campaign, asking candidates “to refrain from language that disrespects, dehumanizes or demonizes another” and to avoid “ideological extremism and hyper-partisanship.”
“The work I do as a Catholic holding office conforms to the social doctrine as best I can make of it.”
WASHINGTON DC (CNA).- “(W)hen it comes to issues like abortion, amnesty, and acid, I’m about as liberal as your grandmother. I don’t like the Supreme Court decision on abortion. I think it went too far.” So said then-Senator Joe Biden in 1974, a Democrat whose shifting position on abortion is
Fighting to improve their brand, leading Republicans rallied behind religious liberty at a Friday gathering of evangelical conservatives, rebuking an unpopular President Barack Obama while skirting divisive social issues. Speakers did not ignore abortion and gay marriage altogether on the opening day of the annual Values Voter Summit, but a
With election season in full swing, a growing number of Americans believe that religion is losing its influence in public life — and they are unhappy about it. That’s the finding of a Pew Research Center poll released today that found that 72 percent of Americans believe religion is losing