What Shootings and Racial Justice Mean for the Body of Christ
Many Americans awoke from their Independence Day weekend to read that yet another African-American man had been shot and killed by police. On Tuesday Alton Sterling was confronted by police while selling music CDs outside a convenience store in Baton... Read More
Why Homosexuality Is Not Like Other Sins
Homosexuality is not the only sin prohibited in the Bible, but it is different from all the rest, at least right now. And we have really good news for homosexuals.
Missouri Foster Care Facts & Figures
Thousands of people across the state of Missouri are impacted by foster care each year. Want to know how? Here are some facts and…
Four Dominican Sisters Stopped for Gas — and the Rest Is History
The Sisters' encounter with Tom Monaghan that day was manifestly providential. Today, twenty years after their founding on February 9, 19...
Why I Am NOT Leaving the Catholic Church
Five years ago, I became a Catholic. It was Easter Vigil. Beautiful music was sung, holy readings were pronounced and I found myself with four other candidates anxiously standing behind the altar. The moment had arrived. As Fr. Michael approached each of us, he leveled his warm and knowing gaze and swung the smoking thurible …
How to protest the Westboro Baptist Church
It's pretty perfect.
The Top 7 Essential Vitamins for Those Ages 40+
Essential vitamins are a key component in every day healthy life, especially for those who do not consume the daily value of vitamins and minerals needed.
FAQ: Why does the Church care about Marriage?
In this 5-week series, MUR is going over a few of the FAQs on our website. This week we look at FAQ #10: Why does the Catholic Church care so much about marriage? Short answer: Because it’s such a good thing for people and for society. In fact, nothing really compares to marriage when it …
8 church communication faux pas » UMC Communications Tips
Effective church communication is more than preaching a sermon that inspires. It requires careful planning and consideration of your audience.
How I Almost Lost the Bible
Had it not been for the first editor of CT, I likely would have gone the way of liberal scholar Bart Ehrman.