Newly released documents reveal how the Milwaukee archdiocese dealt with dozens of priests accused of sexually abusing children. Pedophile priests were moved from parish to parish, often protected from criminal complaints. Ray Suarez talks to Laurie Goodstein, who covers these issues for The New York Times. Continue reading
Earlier this week Exodus International made headlines when it decided to close its doors and issue an apology to the gay community. For decades that organization has been the leading practitioner of the “gay cure” movement. Jeff Chu, author “Does Jesus Really Love Me?”, talks to Ray Suarez about the news.
Author and journalist Jeff Chu joins Ray Suarez to talk about his personal journey coming to terms with being Christian and gay. In his book, "Does Jesus Really Love Me?", Chu discusses the choices made by gay Christians trying to reconcile their lives, identities and faith. Continue reading
While lawmakers in Washington continue work on overhauling American immigration policy, Ray Suarez reports from Colorado, where members of the Evangelical Christian community are advocating passage of immigration reform to respond to demographic shifts in membership. Continue reading
Ray Suarez spoke with Jenny Hwang, the co-author of “Welcoming the Stranger,” a book published in 2009 urging evangelicals to look at comprehensive immigration reform based on biblical principles. Recently, there has been a wave of support from this largely … Continue reading
Hundreds of Evangelical leaders rallied in Washington to gather political support for comprehensive immigration reform.
Top photo by John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe via Getty Images. Last Monday afternoon, author Erica Brown had some time on her hands in Boston. She was there to address a cultural arts gathering, and, with a few hours before the … Continue reading
President Barack Obama honored victims of Monday’s marathon bombings at an interfaith service at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston on Thursday. BOSTON — President Barack Obama sought to inspire a stricken city and comfort an unnerved nation … Continue reading
Faith-based online dating websites like ChristianMingle for Christians and JDate for Jews have increased in popularity since 2008. Images courtesy of Spark Network. Jen Spencer had the jitters before she met up with her date Kenneth at an amusement park … Continue reading
WASHINGTON — A conservative Christian who helped to lead President George W. Bush’s faith-based initiative but then criticized the effort has died. David Kuo was 44 when he died Friday in Charlotte, N.C. His wife, Kimberly, tells The Washington Post … Continue reading