Crisis Pregnancy Centers Need Your Help NOW >>
#Roe v. Wade
Religion News Service
One Year after Blaze, Debates Continue to Rage on about the Future of Notre Dame
Monday, April 27, 2020
It has officially been one year since the Notre Dame Cathedral caught fire and plans for its future still remain unclear.
The Loneliness Pandemic: The Elderly in Icus Battle Coronavirus and Solitude
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
For those trapped at home during quarantine, the internet has been a window to the outside, allowing them to stay in touch with friends, loved ones, book groups and houses of worship. Video meeting...
Pope Francis Delivers Easter Address: 'This Is Not a Time for Indifference'
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
On Sunday, Pope Francis delivered an Easter message of hope for those affected by the coronavirus, challenging world leaders to work together for the common good while addressing the pandemic.
Did an Italian Priest Really Give Up His Respirator for a Younger Patient?
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
An inspiring tale has been circulating the internet about an elderly Italian priest with COVID-19 who surrendered his own respirator to save a young person's life. While the story has yet to be...
Catholic Cardinal Burke Says Faithful Should Attend Mass Despite Coronavirus
Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Conservative Catholic Cardinal Raymond Burke said in a statement that despite the coronavirus pandemic, access to Mass and the sacraments must not be denied to those who want it.
Despite Coronavirus, in Italy Communion Is Stronger than Quarantine
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Citizens in Italy have officially been in quarantine for one week, and while it would be easy to see how the isolation could bring intense loneliness and desperation, what its done instead, is...
One Year after Vatican Abuse Summit, Survivors Grade Pope Francis with 'D Minus'
Friday, February 21, 2020
But one year after a summit on sex abuse at the Vatican, Peter Isely, a clergy abuse survivor and founding member of the U.S. based SNAP (Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests), shares that,...
Tim Tebow and the Vatican Join Forces to Give Disabled an Epic Prom Night
Friday, February 7, 2020
Tim Tebow teamed up with the Vatican this week to host one of his Night to Shine events for people with disabilities.
Do Not Lose Hope, Pope Francis Says at Christmas Vigil: God Loves You No Matter What
Friday, December 27, 2019
At the Vatican's Christmas vigil Mass on Tuesday, Pope Francis reminded the church of the redeeming power of grace and admonishing them to “take courage,” because “God loves you.”
Pope Francis Removes Pontifical Secrecy for Sexual Abuse Cases
Wednesday, December 18, 2019
On Tuesday, Pope Francis removed the age-old rule that allowed pontifical secrecy in cases of sexual assault, sex abuse and cover-ups.
Pope Francis Wants You to Set Up a Nativity Scene to Fight Banal Consumer Christmas
Friday, December 6, 2019
“I wish to encourage the beautiful family tradition of preparing the nativity scene in the days before Christmas, but also the custom of setting it up in the workplace, in schools, hospitals,...
In Private Meeting, Pope Francis Opens Up about His Faith after His Election
Friday, September 27, 2019
During informal conversations with Jesuit clergy in Africa, Pope Francis opened up about his spirituality after being made pope — and criticized clericalism in the Catholic Church for its fixation...
Christian news headlines from the United States and around the world
Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade: It Was ‘Egregiously Wrong from the Start’
Thank God Roe Is Gone, Now Let's Not Grow Weary
How Should Christians Respond to High Gas Prices?
Chris Pratt, Katherine Schwarzenegger Welcome Their Second Daughter: 'We Feel Beyond Blessed'
6.1 Magnitude Earthquake in Afghanistan Kills at Least 1,000 People
3 Biblical Reflections upon the Supreme Court Overturning Roe v Wade
Rescue Stories Remind Us to Give God Our All
Listen to the Detransitioners
An Activist Kids' Book Worth Giving
Lean on God When You Are Tempted to Give Up on the World
Top 25 Topics