This religious movement—mainly, and successfully, a political strategy—now threatens the civil rights of citizens in a majority of Latin American countries, where members of these religious groups have infiltrated the political realm.
[T]his is not a harmless culture war ... It is not a quarrel on Facebook. Rather, it is a development that worries the Norwegian government.
Francis ... runs the risk of ending his papacy being dragged through the most putrid parts of a church that is in the midst of one of its largest secular crises ever.
While waiting for the great Catalan film that will probably never come, what is better than enjoying an American movie about impunity, social and judicial complicity and, of course, the silence of the press before a much larger scandal occurred, as was the case with the systematic cover-up of pedophile priests by a [Read more]
Why are Americans so terribly fussy about their emission levels that they force a prestigious car marker to virtually commit fraud?
Despite all the lip service about the separation of church and state, politics and religion mix freely in the U.S. And by religion, I mean Christianity.
Francis’s American visit will play out as a high-stakes, high-politics drama, a crucial moment in the most revolutionary pontificate the Roman Catholic Church has seen in centuries—and perhaps, too, a significant factor in the U.S. presidential race.
Obama has made a grave mistake by leaving behind the policy of the 10 presidents, Democrats and Republicans that came before him. You cannot demand that your enemy suddenly become your friend and begin to think like you do.