Pope Benedict XVI on Townhall

Christine Rousselle - Fri Jul 25

Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput announced today at a conference in Fargo, North Dakota that Pope Francis has accepted his invitation to come to Philadelphia in September 2015 to attend the World Meeting of Families. ... more

Matt Barber - Mon Apr 1

Here’s what marriage is: The God-ordained, lifelong, covenantal union between man and wife, designed to provide men, women and children optimal stability and overall well-being. Marriage is that biologically, spiritually and morally centered institution calculated to ensure responsible procreation and perpetuate the human race. Marriage – real marriage – represents the fundamental cornerstone of any healthy society (any society that hopes to survive, at least). ... more

Hugh Hewitt - Tue Mar 5

How are American newspapers and networks covering the Conclave? Poorly, if at all. ... more

Michael Youssef - Sun Feb 17

The media, including some in the Christian media, throw around the word evangelical with little understanding of its proper definition. Most recently, the media has done this in referring to Pope Benedict XVI as the “Evangelical Pope.” ... more

Brent Bozell - Fri Feb 15

Pope Benedict XVI shocked the world on Monday morning by announcing he would resign at the end of February. ... more

Hugh Hewitt - Tue Feb 12

Because the Roman Catholic Church adamantly defends life in the womb, the oldest and most infirm and the institution of marriage, it has legions of foes spread throughout major media. Those critics will surface repeatedly between now and the selection of the new pope to use the occasion to sling their stones. It is a fun time, really, since they know almost nothing of which they speak, and their agenda journalism is of so little consequence unlike the MSM's recent interventions in the presidential election. ... more

Ken Blackwell - Tue Feb 12

The media, of course, is calling it a resignation. But it not so much a resignation of a political office as it is a renunciation. The 85-year old pontiff’s decision to renounce the power and prestige of the papal office is so unexpected, almost unprecedented, as to take the world by surprise. ... more

Pat Buchanan - Tue Feb 12

While he could not match the charisma of his predecessor, John Paul II, Benedict XVI has been a successful papacy. ... more

Ken Blackwell - Fri Jan 4

Much of the Internet exploded in wrath over Pope Benedict XVI’s Christmas greetings to the Roman curia. Delivered in those historic halls painted by Renaissance artists, the Pope’s address was given to those tasked with administering the Vatican State and serving the Catholic faithful worldwide. ... more

Matthew Bowman - Wed Dec 19

In the weeks before Christmas, many Christians read about John the Baptist in the Gospel of Luke. ... more

Kathryn Lopez - Sat Dec 15

"Where people are, the Word of God must be," a priest from Washington state, in the holy city for a conference on the Church in America, told an Italian media outlet. The simple explanation did make clear why one of the most learned, reserved, holy men on the planet was dipping his toes into Twitter. ... more

Humberto Fontova - Fri Mar 30

“Viva Christ the King! –Down with Communism!” the defiant yells “made the walls of La Cabana prison tremble,” wrote eyewitness to these firing squad massacres, Armando Valladares, who suffered 22 torture-filled years in Castro’s prisons and was later appointed by Ronald Reagan as U.S. ambassador to the U.N. Human Rights Commission. ... more