Some in the media have popularized the term “culture war,” giving the impression that the war being waged against Christianity is the same thing as a war against everything that is traditional. But in 2013, let’s change the term. Let’s call it what it is: “A war against Christ.”
Mankind was my business. The common welfare was my business; charity, mercy, forbearance, and benevolence were all my business.” <p> Americans, it seems, truly take Jacob Marley’s ghostly warning to Ebenezer Scrooge to heart -- not only at Christmas time, but throughout the year.
With the fiscal cliff looming, Washington is looking under every rock for new forms of “revenue.”
Charity -- helping people who have trouble helping themselves -- is a good thing two times over.
Most people who haven't finished their shopping are starting to worry about what gifts to give a friend, relative or spouse. Quick, what did you give or receive last year? How about two years ago? Most of us can't remember, unless it was a big-ticket item.
Imagine it's Christmas Eve in your local church and the offering plate is passed to help a local orphanage build an addition because there's "no room in the inn."
What the White House is telling you is how it wants to raise taxes on high-income earners to raise revenue to run Washington.
Are the President and the Congress trying to send our economy in to a recession?
Chandler Osborn, 14, watched Fox News coverage of Hurricane Sandy last week and decided to take action.
If we don't love the poor and do all we can to improve their lot, we're going to go to hell, the Catholic archbishop of Philadelphia, Charles J. Chaput, recently said. It's not pretty, but it is real.