Former Republican Vice Presidential hopeful Sarah Palin has recently stated that she has been "taken aback" by some of the remarks that Pope Francis has made to media in recent times.
In an interview with Jake Tapper on the CNN program The Lead that aired Tuesday, Palin was asked by the reporter as to her opinion of the Pontiff.
While some of his friends have said it is below them to work at a low-wage job, Ashton Kutcher believes that "the only thing that can be below you is to not have a job."
Kutcher was on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" talking about his speech this Summer at the Teen Choice Awards where he talked about the importance of hard work, generosity and "building your own life."
Ellen DeGeneres agreed, saying, "people don't want to work as hard anymore, the way a lot of us did when we started out." more >>
You won't believe what Duck Commander Uncle Si tries to pack into the 'Operation Christmas Child' shoebox at first. He is truthfully a big kid at heart and wants to help children around the world have a Merry Christmas and to learn about the LOVE of CHRIST. He knows what it's like to be poor and come from nothing and wants to surprise these less fortunate children with BIG gifts. Just seeing the SMILES on their faces makes it all worth it. This is WONDERFUL!
"In everything I showed you that by working hard in this manner you must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, that He Himself said, 'It is more blessed to give than to receive." - Acts 20:35 more >>
"Dancing with the Stars" is rapidly narrowing down its list of celebrity contestants, and this week saw one more couple eliminated during Monday's Trio night.
Instead of dancing in pairs, the six remaining couples on "DWTS" danced in trios for this week's episode.
Despite high-energy dances amongst this season's popular cast, Monday saw yet another shocking elimination on the reality dance series, with Elizabeth Berkley bidding farewell at the end of the episode. more >>
A newNational Geographic TV show that will air tonight will follow a trio of mission-minded entrepreneurs who will help struggling houses of worship across the nation to avoid bank foreclosure.
"We're selling the greatest product on the planet," Kevin "Rev Kev" Annas, the trio's business consultant with years of entrepreneurial experience, told The Christian Post in an interview on Monday. He and his teammate emphasize the "conservative" trait of staying true to the scriptures and the "liberal" ability to reach out and empathize with specific groups of people.
Annas teamed up with sales and marketing specialist Anthony "Gladamere" Lockhart and pastoral counselor Jerry "Doc" Bentley to work on their local church five years ago. They spent three years developing a business plan, and then decided to take their ministry into the world. Two years ago, they transformed their nonprofit ministry into a business, and "Church Hoppers" was born. more >>
"Good Morning America" host Amy Robach revealed that she has breast cancer and will undergo a double mastectomy this week. In her revelation, Robach gave thanks to God for co-star Robin Roberts' encouragement and support.
Robach underwent the mammogram on a live episode of "Good Morning America"; Roberts was the one who encouraged her to do so after learning that she had never had a mammogram and was 40 years old.
"Amy, next week we'd like you to do the first ever live television mammogram for 'GMA' Goes Pink day. You're 40, the age women should start getting mammograms. Would you even consider it?" Roberts wrote in a post for ABC. more >>