The interior of a Catholic cathedral
June 14th, 2019

Abuse allegations against Catholic clergymen seem never ending. We invited two ULC ministers to debate if the church deserves to lose the public’s trust. Continue reading

An old bible open on a desk
June 7th, 2019

Nearly everyone has heard of the seven deadly sins. But many might be surprised at their origin. Continue reading

Angry Christian man
April 24th, 2019

Some Christians have been known to call their political opponents “snowflakes.” But when offended themselves, their skin seems to become surprisingly thin. What gives? Continue reading

Pope Benedict XVI sitting
April 15th, 2019

In a recent letter, Pope Benedict sought to pin the epidemic of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church on the sexual revolution of the 1960s. We examine the veracity of
this head-scratching claim. Continue reading

Winter wedding ceremony
March 6th, 2019

A wedding planner details how an experience with a tardy wedding officiant prompted her to get ordained online. This decision paid off not long afterward when another officiant bailed last-minute and she had to step in and save the day. Continue reading

Dove carrying peace symbol
February 14th, 2019

A guest writer to the ULC blog encourages fellow ministers to join in regular spiritual gatherings to promote a peaceful future. Continue reading

Indiana Superintendent Casey Smitherman
January 25th, 2019

Religious teachings often press us to help those in need if we are able to do so. The Bible famously includes a parable dedicated to this very idea. But what happens when assuming the role of Good Samaritan goes terribly wrong? One Indiana woman found out the hard way. Continue reading

Members of the Universal Life Church
January 11th, 2019

Membership in the Universal Life Church represents the invaluable right to freedom of religion, and we must defend this right when challenged by traditional bodies who view the ULC as illegitimate, argues guest writer Mark DeFillo. Continue reading

Person meditating
December 4th, 2018

In life there will be times that try our patience. There will be that person that cuts you off in traffic. There will be that person that takes 87,000 items into the “express” lane at the market when the sign clearly says 15 items or less. It’s how we respond to such situations that matters, writes guest author Horace Troutman. Continue reading

Death penalty by hanging
November 9th, 2018

Guest sermon: The same Christian politicians and legislators who adamantly support capital punishment keep winning election after election virtue-signalling about their so-called “pro-life” views. How does that work? Continue reading