Religious Liberty

June 2, 2017

Book Review: “The Lion of Münster” by Fr. Daniel Utrecht

Blessed Clemens August Graf von Galen is a name that deserves to be better known in the United States. Fr. Daniel Utrecht of the Oratory’s faith-filled
June 26, 2017

Waving a Rainbow Flag is Not a Neutral Act

Some Roman emperors didn’t like Christians. To flush them out, Roman authorities would often force people suspected of being Christian to do a public act that
June 26, 2017

A victory to celebrate

Today is a great day for religious liberty! This morning the Supreme Court announced their 7-2 ruling in favor of a Missouri Christian school after the
July 18, 2017

Alleluia! Pew Poll Shows an Emerging Consensus for Religious Institutions

In 2016, Donald J. Trump defied expectations by winning not only the Evangelical vote, but a wide majority of the Catholic vote as well. It was
March 29, 2018

Will the ‘Catholic Spring’ Blow Up in Democrats’ Faces in 2018?

Democrats have found themselves in a Catholic conundrum as their party struggles to reconcile its shift to the Left with its need to win over Catholic
June 5, 2018

A huge win? Not so fast.

The media is reporting a “victory” for religious liberty. But today’s ruling was a very small win for religious liberty. And many important questions remain unresolved.
June 6, 2018

Yelp Reviewers Hatefully Accuse SCOTUS Cake Artist of ‘Hate’

Editor’s Note: Explicit content and crude language below. It’s called ironic: Yelp users are accusing a Christian cake artist of hate with hateful reviews in order
August 6, 2018

Notre Dame Disappoints on McCarrick Response

The University of Notre Dame has decided not to rescind the honorary degree that it granted in 2008 to the disgraced former cardinal Theodore McCarrick, Archbishop