The recent death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia leaves the fate of many active cases uncertain, including one pitting religious nonprofits against the government's contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act.
As many Americans mourn the death this past weekend of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the resulting news coverage about the impact the 79-year-old justice had on the country has ranged from his conservative politics to his Catholic faith.
The past week produced a plethora of Pope Francis-related headlines as he held a historic meeting with the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church, met with the faithful in Mexico and weighed in on the United States' presidential race.
NASCAR races are not all rednecks, booze and cars. There's some faith mixed in there too.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who passed away Feb. 13 in Texas at 79, was known for championing the legal theory of originalism and for a vivid writing style that could verge on the insulting, according to The New York Times.
Being serious about the Christian faith means doing two very simple things:
It's been one year since 21 Christians were executed on Feb. 15, 2015, by Islamic State militants in Libya, their deaths broadcast to the world in a YouTube video titled "A Message Signed in Blood to the Nations of the Cross," Bishop Demetrios of Mokissos, chancellor of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago, wrote an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal.
The end of last Saturday night’s "Saturday Night Live," with musical guest Kanye West, was about to end on a profane note.
People all around the United States are choosing what to give up for Lent, and thanks to their internet searches, we can see what things are the most popular in each state.
But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth." - Acts 1:8
The priest in charge of Hinesville's St. Philip's Episcopal Church is known as mother instead of father.
Zion Christian Family Center Pastor Denise Williams will host "Heart on My Sleeve: A Gospel Play" on Feb. 26, at the Liberty County Community Complex, 9397 E. Oglethorpe Highway, Midway.
Pope Francis' stop at the border town of Juarez on Feb. 17 is expected to be among the most poignant of his visit to Mexico, the Dallas Morning News reported. The pope is planning to walk to the edge of the Rio Grande to say a prayer for migrants around the world, whether they be from the Middle East or South America.
Probably most people know that this is a presidential voting year, as well as other key elections.
Well, I messed that one up. Last week came and went, and I did not write an article for the paper. I've heard from all three of my faithful readers saying that they missed it.
Spring has definitely sprung in southeast Georgia. The azaleas are almost finished blooming. Many different trees remain in full bloom. My vegetable garden is growing ...