Hollywood film star Brad Pitt acknowledged in a recent interview that he considers himself to be an atheist and does not adhere to religion despite being raised in a strict, conservative, Southern Baptist household in Missouri.
Pitt, who was raised by his Baptist father, Bill, and mother, Jane, described his early childhood life during an interview with The Telegraph.
The 51-year-old Pitt explained that at an early age, he was instilled "with all the Christian guilt about what you can and cannot, should and shouldn't do." more >>
A Roman Catholic Church in Kearns, Salt Lake City, is investigating reports of a miracle surrounding a communion wafer that allegedly bled for three days straight.
Congregants at St. Francis Xavier Church noticed the bleeding wafer following a communion ceremony two weeks ago, MailOnline noted, and placed the piece of bread inside a glass.
The Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City has said it will investigate the reports. more >>
There are many reasons why Canada and the United States are allies and friends. Similar culture, similar history, and a great love of bacon.
As though there were not enough reasons for the love, another was shown last year at a hockey game in the Great White North.
At a Toronto Maple Leafs game scheduled to be played against the Nashville Predators, technical difficulties muted the U.S. National Anthem rendition. more >>
Planned Parenthood officials suggested that pro-life rhetoric influenced the recent shooting in Colorado.
In an interview with National Public Radio released Monday, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards spoke about recent Pro-Life rhetoric as a possible contributing factor to the shooting.
Dogs are not only loyal companion and loveable slobbery furry creatures. They also make excellent filmmakers.
To wit, one couple decided to have their pet dog do the filming of their wedding amidst the snowy world of Roan Mountain, Tennessee.
Marshall Burnette and his wife, Addie, had their dog Ryder film their special day, which was held outside in two feet of snow. more >>
Arizona Sen. John McCain has warned that GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump is turning Muslims around the world against the U.S. because of his rhetoric.
McCain, who was the Republican presidential nominee in 2008, told CBS' "Face the Nation" on Sunday that Trump's comments about Muslim people "has an interesting effect of turning Muslims all over the world against the United States of America."
He also alleged that Trump is making America's mission against the Islamic State terror group in Iraq and Syria more difficult, and at the same time pushed for 10,000 combat troops to be deployed to the region. more >>