O’Reilly wants us to put Christ back in Christmas. In that case, economic inequality should take center stage on December 25.
In attacking “the structural causes of inequality,” he is reviving that great movement’s “preferential option for the poor.”
Muslim women are fighting for their rights from within Islamic tradition, rather than against it.
Even non-believers can’t deny the inherent wisdom and clarity of the pontiff’s critique of the modern capitalist economy.
He’s saying the right things. Will the US Conference of Catholic Bishops listen?
He seems like a lovely, modest man, but there's no sign he will change the church’s stance on issues that matter to women.
How the great Polish philosopher went from being an anticlerical scourge to an apostle of John Paul II.
In Egypt, as well as in the West, outrage over rampant sexual assault has too often been about political agendas rather than concern for the actual victims.
Western media are characterizing the demonstrations as a clash between Islamism and secularism—but it’s government abuse of power that Turks are protesting.
I’d like to believe my sons’ best life is in my home, and not with their first families. But Christians committed to justice need to remember we are not entitled to other people’s children.