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  1. How 'The Most Catholic Country in the World' Left the Church but is Rediscovering Faith

    Ireland was once called "the most Catholic country in the world." But it has gone from one of the world's most outwardly religious nations to what some claim is one of the most secular.
  2. Bernie Sanders Won't Attend Pro-Israel AIPAC Conference, Says Group Gives Platform to ‘Bigotry’

    Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders (I-VT) says he won’t attend the upcoming American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference, accusing the organization of promoting “bigotry” and opposition to “basic Palestinian rights.”
  3. Israel Under Fire: Entire Cities Shut Down by Onslaught of Rockets from Gaza, Netanyahu Threatens 'War'

    The Israel Defense Forces shut down all schools, roads, and a railway line in Israeli communities near the Gaza border on Monday in response to a barrage of rocket attacks from the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) terror group in the Gaza Strip Sunday night and Monday morning. 
  4. Tim Tebow: Saving Babies is More Important Than Even Winning the Super Bowl

    Speaking at the Kansans for Life annual Valentine's Day banquet held in Overland Park, former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow told the audience when looking back he would rather be remembered among those who saved babies rather than for winning the Super Bowl.
  5. Iran News Agency: Death Toll From Coronavirus in Qom is at 50

    A staggering 50 people have died in the Iranian city of Qom from the new coronavirus this month, Iran's semiofficial ILNA news agency reported on Monday.
  6. Disney-Pixar's Animated Film, 'Onward' Will Feature First LGBTQ Character

    Disney-Pixar will feature the first self-identified LGBTQ character in an animated film.
  7. Innocence Stolen: Fox Targets Kids with LGBTQ Agenda During a LEGO Show

    We were sitting around as a family watching the "LEGO Masters" building battle TV show when Fox threw in a well-placed little shot of physical affection followed by a soundbite with two of the male contestants talking about how they got married. My youngest son's jaw literally dropped. My little girl looked confused. 
  8. John Krasinski Stands By His Support for Military: 'I'll Always Respect People Who Put Their Lives on the Line'

    Famed actor John Krasinski is working to put to rest criticisms of his work in military-themed shows and films, making clear his support and admiration for members of the U.S. armed forces and intelligence agencies.
  9. Former Gay Reveals Truth of LGBTQ Agenda Flooding the Culture: They're Sanitizing the 'Horror Stories'

    Gender-neutral bathrooms, biologically male transgenders competing against female athletes, Drag Queen Story Hour at public libraries, Marvel movie same-sex kisses, HGTV's House Hunter 'throuple,' Sesame Street's cross-dressing 'gay icon', LEGO Masters' cross-dresser and same-sex couples, and Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's pledge of allegiance to the 'drag.' When will the blatant LGBTQ agenda on American television, movies and society end?
  10. Newman Suffered Head Injury, no Internal Injuries in Crash

    Ryan Newman said he suffered a head injury in his crash on the last lap of the Daytona 500 but did not disclose details in a statement from the driver read before Sunday’s race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
  11. School District Vows to 'Disrupt the Gender Binary', Allowing Kids to Go Trans Without Telling Parents

    A group of 14 Wisconsin parents has filed a lawsuit against a local school district for its policy allowing teachers to address their children by their preferred "gender identity" without notifying them first.  
  12. Churches Work with Non-Profit to Erase Millions of Dollars in Medical Debt

    Thousands of Americans go bankrupt each year because of medical debt. Now a non-profit called RIP Medical Debt is working with churches to wipe out that debt and save thousands of people from bankruptcy and financial ruin because of medical bills they can't pay.
  13. 'He Was Tearing Into My Legs': Bear Attacks Woman at Bible Camp, She Prays, Then Gets Lifted 'as if by an Angel'

    Bears typically don't attack people... at least, that's what Casadi Schroeder thought. When a black bear stalked her campsite, she tried to scare him away. But this bear didn't run off into the woods. He charged right towards Casadi.
  14. 'God Has Revived Me. I Am a New Man': Powerful Stories of Lives Changed in Ongoing TN Revival

    God has been moving in the hearts of people in the East Tennessee city of Rogersville over the past few weeks, sparking revival that's spread across many churches.
  15. The Cross Stays: Appeals Court Rules Pensacola's Historic Cross Constitutional After Multi-Year Battle

    Atheists have lost a decision in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday and a historic World War II-era cross on public property in Pensacola, Florida, will remain standing.
  16. Sen. Bernie Sanders Celebrates Victory at Nevada Democratic Caucus

    Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders has won the Democratic caucus in Nevada according to early projections of the voting there reported by multiple media outlets. 
  17. Parents Furious After Porn Film Shot Inside Public Library, In Front of Elementary School

    Just last week, Faithwire reported on how the world’s largest free pornography website, which draws more than 110 million visitors every single day, is profiting
  18. Visitation, Funeral for Seven Family Members Killed in Mississippi House Fire

    Funeral services were held Saturday for the seven family members that died during a house fire on February 8.
  19. Author Gives Inside Story on Rise and Fall of Russia's First Christian Liberal Arts University

    In the final days of the Soviet Union, Russian officials invited a group of American Christians to help build a faith-based university in Moscow. 
  20. Undercover Journalist Pleaded Not Guilty to Criminal Charges in CA Baby Body Parts Case

    Undercover journalist David Daleiden was arraigned in the Criminal Courts Division of San Francisco Superior Court on Friday.