Roman Catholic Church

Escalating Christian Repression: Beijing’s Crackdown in Mainland China and Hong Kong 

Once again, USCIRF has recommended that the People’s Republic of China (PRC) be designated a country of particular concern due to religious persecution.

Pope Francis Contradicts Catholic Catechism on Just War

Pope Francis’s comments urging Ukrainian surrender are morally wrong and inconsistent with Catholic teaching

The CCP vs. Filipino Catholic Bishops

Unlike the Vatican’s acquiescence to the CCP, the Roman Catholic bishops of the Philippines are resolute against Beijing’s ambitions in the South China Sea

Review of Tim Alberta’s “The Kingdom, The Power, and The Glory: American Evangelicals in an Age of Extremism”

Review of “The Kingdom, The Power, and The Glory” by Tim Alberta

A Puritan Named Kennedy

Robert Frost, while campaigning for JFK, referred to him as a “Puritan named Kennedy” from New England.

The Chinese Communist Party’s War on Catholicism

The CCP is increasingly cracking down on Chinese Roman Catholics

Review of Michael Hesemann’s The Pope and The Holocaust

The historical reputation of Pope Pius XII and his role in the Second World War have been disputed with passionate and often angry conviction since almost the time of his death.

President Reagan’s Fight Against Religious Persecution & Other Evils in the Soviet Empire

Ronald Reagan’s “Evil Empire” speech gave hope to the oppressed in the Soviet Union

El Papa Francisco y la iglesia perseguida en Nicaragua

La Iglesia Católica en Nicaragua está bajo asalto y la libertad religiosa no está garantizada. Pese a esto, los líderes de la Iglesia han tardado en reaccionar.