Former Notre Dame President Father Theodore Hesburgh and Notre Dame Law School Professor Charles Rice both passed away last week. The two men spent most of the lives at the famous university in Indiana, but the roles they played were remarkably different.
Call it athletics Marxism: In line with the growing trend toward "no-score" sports, a high-school girls’ basketball coach has just been suspended for achieving a resounding victory.
The University of Maine is answering for a bizarre mandate that came down from a school administrator that stated that all “religious-themed” decorations could not be placed in common areas on campus, including candy canes. Students on campus created an uproar, forcing the school to retract its ban.
A Washington state couple has had their children seized by CPS, allegedly because they refused to take them to a hospital for a check-up and treat their older child with steroids — for eczema.
Class Dismissed, a new full-length documentary film about homeschooling, was screened in the Boston area on December 1, having already been seen by sold-out audiences in November on the West Coast (L.A., San Francisco, Seattle, and Portland). It explores the rapidly growing homeschool movement — its challenges and great successes.
Today’s politicians and progressives seem to have taken some notes right out of the works of Edward Bernays, President Wilson’s propaganda master.
The impact Oral Roberts had on the latter half of the 20th century was staggering. From a dirt-poor childhood to a ministry that touched hundreds of millions worldwide, Roberts, who passed away on December 15 at age 91, set in motion waves that continue to be felt today.
A high-school football player in Florida was given a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for pausing in the end zone to thank God after he scored his first touchdown of the season.