The Vatican is addressing recent reports that several IP addresses that belongs to the Holy See was uncovered to have downloaded transgender pornography and other sexually explicit content.
In the face of the continued national push to legalize same-sex marriage, individuals who believe in the longstanding social institution comprising only of one man and one woman are urged to join a recently launched campaign to support traditional marriage.
Several prominent conservative Members of Parliament have revealed they have been victims of blackmail after failing to support the British government and its plans to legalize gay marriage.
Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York is expected to introduce legislation soon that would make access to late-term abortions easier for women, even if the mother's life is not in immediate danger.
Liberty University recently amended its school policy to allow qualified students the option to carry concealed weapons on campus and in the classroom amid the growing national debate of gun control throughout the nation.
The Millennium Development Goals started as an ambitious plan aiming to put an end to the global struggles related to poverty, hunger and social injustice, but with 1000 days left until the goals' stated deadline, there is still a great deal of work to do.
Pope Francis has stated that the Church should "act decisively" with regards to the issue of sexual abuse within the Church, insisting those found guilty should be punished to ensure the safety of children.
The Walt Disney Company is expecting to have to lay off workers in its studio and consumer product divisions within the next two weeks, citing the company's plans to reduce overall cost.
Florida Democrat Sen. Bill Nelson added his name to the steadily growing list of legislators switching their position on same-sex marriage in recent weeks.
In the wake of new international sanctions and perceived hostile military drills by South Korea and its allies, officials in North Korea have revealed their plans on restarting a shuttered nuclear reactor, spurring fears the North's nuclear program could be resuming.
As more and more people become enthralled with social gaming, one person is creating a way so that the message and teachings of Jesus can be available to the growing social gaming community.
The Shroud of Turin, which many believe to be the burial robe of Jesus Christ, is scheduled to make a rare television appearance for the first time in 40 years on Easter Sunday after new claims that the shroud is indeed from the same time period as when Jesus walked the earth.
Popular Fox television host Bill O'Reilly has been a longtime supporter of civil unions and believes that homosexuals possess the more convincing argument, but he maintains that the issue should be left for the states to decide.
The director of the SOLAS Center for Public Christianity, a Scottish Christian organization dedicated to keeping faith in public life, accused a prominent gay-marriage advocacy group of using taxpayer dollars to drown out voices of opposition.
Bible illiteracy is one of the main factors preventing Christ's followers from truly connecting with their savior and one man has made it his mission to correct that.
A leading pediatrician's group published new policy guidelines regarding children raised by homosexual parents Thursday. Their statement supporting same-sex couples sparked controversy among marriage advocates, who believe in the traditional structure of the family.
The issue of celibacy among priests in the Catholic Church has been debated for decades, but a previous interview by Pope Francis I may indicate that the new pontiff is willing to consider changing the Church's policy.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is still wrestling with proposed measures that would legalize same sex marriage in the United Kingdom, adding that he is "still thinking my way through" the issue.
For many Christians, economics is usually not the first place a follower may look to see how God's principles can be applied to everyday life. Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. in his new 12-part DVD series, "Economics For Everybody," explains that it can be done even with the most basic understanding of economics.
Pope Francis officially became the 266th pontiff in front of thousands of faithful followers who packed St. Peter's Square Tuesday to see the new leader of the Catholic Church.
In his first full day has Pope, Francisco I called on fellow Catholics to set a higher example and help facilitate a spiritual renewal or face the possibility of the Church being considered as just a "compassionate NGO."
Pope Francis became the first pope to be selected from South America Wednesday, and 266th overall, as he was welcomed by thousands of adoring followers in St. Peters Square.
Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina will be the new pope with the name Pope Francisco I. One hundred and fifteen cardinals locked away in the Sistine Chapel announced to the world Wednesday that a new pope had been selected when thick white smoke could be seen billowing out from the chapel's chimney. Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, 76, was selected and took the name Francisco, the first pope to do so in history.
Thousands of faithful followers packed St. Peter's Square for the second day and witnessed history as 115 cardinals from all over the world selected the next leader of the Catholic Church.
Catholic cardinals gathered Tuesday before they retired behind the closed doors of the Sistine Chapel. The process of selecting who will lead the world's 1.2 billion Catholics took place, with black smoke indicating that they have not yet selected the new Pope.