“Francesco” gained international attention for a 30-second clip in which Pope Francis expressed support for same-sex civil unions.
The statement did not mention either Louis IX’s crusades in Egypt and Tunisia or the policies he established that forced Jews from France.
A swastika was carved into his blackboard, students threw coins at him and one wrote, in German, “Six Million was just the beginning.”
Josh Shapiro, Pennsylvania’s Attorney General and a rising political star, unveiled a shocking clergy abuse scandal within the Catholic Church.
Experiencing sexual abuse was correlated with experiencing greater mental distress and lower intrinsic religiosity than their non-abused peers.
For many Jews, memory of centuries of persecution creates a complicated relationship with Catholic art and fashion.
In Catholic school, the Jews sounded like a sad people, but it was all theoretical. I didn’t know what a modern Jew would be, since I’d never met one.
California Democrat Dianne Feinstein expressed her concern that “dogma lives loudly” within appeals court judicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
A Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for Amy Coney Barrett took what critics feel was an anti-Catholic undertone when Dianne Feinstein, a Democratic senator in California, questioned the nominee’s “dogma.”
French Catholic priest and Holocaust scholar Fr. Patrick Desbois is on a mission to collect testimonies of Yazidi survivors of IS atrocities.