Rescuing the Poor Widow

By Bryan Owen Many years ago when I had the privilege of traveling to the Holy Land, one of the things I enjoyed the most was people watching. People from all over the world thronged through the narrow stree... Read More...

What Is There to Talk About?

By Philip Turner Shortly before the recent election’s results were settled, I posted a short piece noting the extent of our divisions and the depth of our discontent. I went on to ask: what is the root cause... Read More...

Five Tips on Voting Like a Nonbeliever

By Sam Keyes Many Christians these days seem to spend a lot of energy figuring out how to properly separate or combine their faith from their politics. Which presidential candidate is more messianic? Which c... Read More...

Why Should Christians Vote?

By Simon Cuff  Two cities. Two kingdoms. Two nations. Christian and political theology is littered with these binaries. An election is imminent in the United States. Two- party politics. Two major presidential candidates. Two major vice-presidential candida... Read More...

Abortion, Faith, and Clarity

By Douglas LeBlanc Catholic News Agency, as part of EWTN’s global media family, has a charism for making plain what is often obscured by political rhetoric. A recent example is a news report by Matt Hadro: “... Read More...

Life before Birth According to Scripture

By Jean McCurdy Meade While Christians adopt different stances on how to best address the morality of abortion, we should all bear in mind what the Bible implies about God’s role in conceiving human life by ... Read More...