Archive for December 5, 2022

Father Marko Rupnik, SJ, in an interview with EWTN in 2020.?w=200&h=150

By Hannah Brockhaus

Jesuit artist Father Rupnik’s ministry restricted following reports of abuse allegations

A prominent Jesuit priest and artist had his ministry restricted, reportedly after an investigation by his religious order into allegations... Read more

A He Gets Us ad in Washington, D.C.?w=200&h=150

By Kevin J. Jones

Who’s behind those ‘He Gets Us’ ads about Jesus?

With a $100 million price tag and planned Super Bowl spots, He Gets Us is an initiative of a nondenominational... Read more

Installation of the first Nativity scene in the European Parliament?w=200&h=150

By CNA Staff

European Parliament displays Nativity scene for first time in its history

Until now, officials of the European institution had considered it “potentially offensive.” Read more

Chilean judge Eduardo Vio Grossi, the only pro-life judge serving at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACHR), died Dec. 3, 2022, at the age of 78.?w=200&h=150

By CNA Staff

Only pro-life judge on Inter-American Court of Human Rights dies

Chilean judge Eduardo Vio Grossi served as a judge at the Inter-American Court since 2010 and was the court’s vice... Read more

Christine Gauthier spoke before she competed in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Para canoe.?w=200&h=150

By Joe Bukuras

Canadian veteran offered assisted suicide after asking for wheelchair help

The veteran testified last week that she was shocked when the Veterans Affairs employee offered her assisted suicide as a... Read more

State officials walk past injured victims on hospital beds being treated for wounds following an attack by gunmen at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Owo, southwest Nigeria, on June 5, 2022.?w=200&h=150

By Jonah McKeown

Human rights commission ‘outraged’ as State Department excludes Nigeria from watchlist

In Nigeria at least 60,000 Christians have been killed, many by their Muslim countrymen, over the past two decades. Read more


By Peter Pinedo

Republicans seek to end military’s COVID vaccine mandate by holding up defense bill

A number of Republicans are threatening to hold up the NDAA’s passage until Congress requires the DoD to reverse its... Read more

Lorie Smith, owner and founder of 303 Creative, at the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.?w=200&h=150

By Katie Yoder

Supreme Court hears free speech case of artist who objects to same-sex weddings

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Lorie Smith’s case — 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis — for nearly two... Read more