On Dec. 24, 1968, our nation was in strife. The war in Vietnam had divided and demoralized the nation; Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert Kennedy had been assassinated; and the Zodiac Killer was on the
Tonight's the night: Witches across America and around the world are planning to cast a spell on President Donald Trump and his supporters -- weakening his power and, they hope, eventually removing him from office.
Less than 40 light-years away, in the constellation Aquarius, astronomers have just discovered seven new Earth-size planets, circling a dim dwarf star named Trappist-1 -- and at least three of these rocky planets could support
THE CHAIR OF KATHY: From Which I Ponder the Chair of Peter, and Its Significance in the History of the Church
Here is my chair. It is where I sit, watching the soup pot and watching the birds, and pondering the mysteries of the universe. Today I’ve been thinking about the Chair of Peter, the feast
The tornado that tore through Mississippi on Saturday, January 14, left a trail of destruction more than fifteen miles long. Four people died, more than 20 were injured, in the EF3 tornado which packed winds between
San Antonio Police Wear Trump Hat, Get Suspended; But D.C. Cops Wear Pink Pussy Hat, and That’s Fine.
Two Washington, D.C. police officers got in on the action at the Women's March in Washington on Saturday. They were in uniform, providing security for the March, and donned anti-Trump "Pink Pussy Hats" just like the protesters.
At approximately 12:00 noon today, Donald J. Trump will take the Oath of Office and will become the 45th President of the United States of America. His hand will rest upon two Bibles: one, a
Cardinal Sean O'Malley, archbishop of Boston and a member of Pope Francis' Council of Cardinals (the "Gang of Eight"), has been named a member of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. The Vatican
In Angels of Paris, author Rosemary Flannery reveals a cityscape filled with angels: angels peeking out of dark corners, peering down from pillars and flagpoles, hanging effortlessly from the long wall of a government building.