What if both your Catholic conscience and your wallet could participate in a medical cost solution that observed time-tested health care principles? What if you could pay for your own medical costs while providing for the health care costs of others? What if, as a Catholic, you were able to live practically the principles of Catholic Social Doctrine?
(RNS) Is home teaching about to change? Is caffeinated Diet Coke really okay? And what did Elder Ballard say to people who are thinking of leaving the LDS Church? Here are 15 impressions from this weekend’s General Conference.
Christian Theological Seminary, in its role of administering the Lilly Endowment National Clergy Renewal Program, has awarded grants to 146 congregations located in 37 states and the District of Columbia.
As the two Catholic candidates for vice president prepare to face off in a debate on Tuesday at Longwood University, a new poll of likely Catholic voters shows that Clinton leads Trump. The poll also shows that Catholics do not toe the hierarchy’s line on abortion, healthcare and religious refusals. Since 1972, the Catholic vote has been a reliable bellwether for the results of Election Day.
Through roller coasters and shoeboxes, Herschend Family Entertainment is bringing smiles to the faces of children across the U.S. and abroad. Partnering with Operation Christmas Child, Herschend leads an annual Shoebox Challenge: churches register to receive complimentary attraction tickets based on the number of gift-filled shoeboxes collected by their congregations. Since 2011, participants have contributed more than 2 million shoebox gifts to children in need through the Shoebox Challenge, earning more than 45,000 complimentary tickets to participating theme parks and attractions.
The ambassadors of Australia and New Zealand visited the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC or Church Of Christ) Central Office in Quezon City to make a courtesy call to INC Executive Minister Brother Eduardo V. Manalo earlier this week.
Law firms First Liberty Institute and Gibson Dunn filed a brief in the Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit on behalf of Ms. Mary Anne Sause, a Catholic former nurse, who was told by police that she could not pray in her own home.