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Schools have the right to limit free speech. But how much should they?

Ellen K. Boegel America (Jesuit) Magazine From Halloween costumes to prom dresses, Facebook posts to commencement addresses, school administrators are required to make difficult decisions regarding appropriate limits on free speech and expression. For the educational community, the summer is a good time to review, reflect on and possibly revamp […]

Donald Trump, Pope Francis Meet, Vow to Fight for ‘Life, Freedom of Worship’

The Christian Post President Donald Trump and Roman Catholic Church leader Pope Francis met on Wednesday at the Vatican where they spoke for 30 minutes in private, and vowed to fight together for life, peace, and freedom of worship. “Honor of a lifetime to meet His Holiness Pope Francis. I […]

Villains in Upcoming Video Game are White Christian Right-wing Extremists from Montana

Adan Salazar A graphic for the latest installment of the video game series Far Cry indicates white Christian Americans from Montana will be the antagonists. “Far Cry 5 will tell the story of a militant Christian cult, if a piece of artwork released today by publisher Ubisoft is any indication,” reports gamer site […]

Donald Trump, Pope Francis Meet, Vow to Fight for ‘Life, Freedom of Worship’

Christian Post President Donald Trump and Roman Catholic Church leader Pope Francis met on Wednesday at the Vatican where they spoke for 30 minutes in private, and vowed to fight together for life, peace, and freedom of worship. “Honor of a lifetime to meet His Holiness Pope Francis. I leave […]

What common ground could Trump and Pope Francis find?

Elsie Harris Catholic News Agency When Pope Francis was asked last week about his upcoming meeting with U.S. president Donald Trump, he made headlines for answering that he always tries to look for common ground. Given that they have vocally disagreed on prominent issues in the past, what will the […]

Immigration, religious liberty and synod on agenda for bishops’ meeting

Rhina Guidos Crux The agenda is set for the U.S. bishop’s spring assembly June 14-15 in Indianapolis. At the meeting the bishops will cover a vast array of issues spanning from immigration to the persecution of Christians in the Middle East, as well as the upcoming Synod of Bishops on […]

Christian Company Does Not Have to Make Gay Pride T-Shirts, Kentucky Appeals Court Rules

Michael Gryboski The Christian Post A Kentucky-based Christian business does not have to make T-shirts for a gay pride event, declared a three judge panel of the state’s court of appeals. A three judge panel of the Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 on Friday that Hands On Originals could not […]