A group of Catholic priests
August 16th, 2018

The latest report of Catholic clergy abuse, released Tuesday by a grand jury in Pennsylvania, is so sickening there are hardly words to describe it. Bishops and other church leaders knowingly covered up thousands of cases of abuse by over 300 priests. See why they likely won’t face justice. Continue reading

Men carrying a funeral casket
August 10th, 2018

A Virginia mother is speaking out after her son’s funeral was interrupted by police, who raided the church and arrested her son’s best friend before he could give a eulogy. Should the cops have been more respectful to the deceased? Continue reading

Pope death penalty announcement
August 2nd, 2018

In a definitive statement, Pope Francis has declared that the death penalty is wrong in all cases – no matter how severe the crime committed. Experts point out that this announcement will place U.S. officials of Catholic faith in a bind. Continue reading

Man behind bars in prison
June 4th, 2018

A prison in Alaska stands accused of knowingly serving pork to its Muslim inmates during Ramadan. Since the Koran explicitly declares pork forbidden for all Muslims, the prisoners, already fasting for the Islamic holy month, were essentially reduced to a starvation diet. Continue reading

Trump vs. MS-13
May 17th, 2018

President Trump drew swift condemnation across much of social media for his recent remarks about Hispanic gang members that illegally enter the United States. Responding to a question about a notoriously violent gang known as MS-13, he called them “animals.” Did his remarks cross a line? Continue reading

Theater Panic
May 11th, 2018

A preacher was thrust into the center of controversy after his surprise sermon in a California movie theater sparked mass panic. Moviegoers, convinced that a gunman had entered the theater, began to run for their lives. Many sustained injuries during the frantic escape. Continue reading

April 12th, 2018

By almost every measure, women are more religious than men. They have stronger beliefs, pray more frequently, and even go to church more often. With churches struggling to get men back in the pews, some experts worry what the future may hold. Continue reading

Cross made of money
April 10th, 2018

Two prominent religious leaders are facing charges of embezzlement and fraud. In both cases, it seems these holy men – widely admired in their respective communities – managed to exploit the faith of their followers while using God and their own reputations as cover. Continue reading

Affluenza teen Ethan Crouch
April 5th, 2018

Ethan Crouch, the Texas teen who killed four people while driving drunk back in 2013, walked free this week. His lenient sentence provoked national outrage, and the infamous “affluenza defense” was widely mocked as a farce. So, how should we deal with young law-breakers? Continue reading

Incestuous marriage of mother and daughter.
March 19th, 2018

Officials in Oklahoma were shocked to discover that a married lesbian couple were actually a mother and daughter. Two years after lying on a marriage license to hide their incest, the couple was finally caught. Now they’re both facing serious legal consequences. Continue reading