How a program in Kenya’s capital is helping more students get to university.
The fatal flaw of most spiritually-minded hip hop – not all, but most – is the same that afflicts most “religious” music of all stripes: it’s not of the world, but not in it either.
To reach the Netherlands and seek asylum for his family, Aboud Shalhoub must make defining choices based on imperfect information. Any mistake could spell the end of the odyssey.
The pace of change in the sexual revolution is not just rapid. It’s accelerating around the world. Why?
Few know about the role Kobe's Catholic faith played in helping him through one of his darkest hours.
One filmmaker captured every step of a Syrian father’s seventeen-hundred-mile odyssey, fraught with peril and punctuated by moments of extraordinary human kindness.
This beautiful short film captures the challenges young girls like Monica face when they work to obtain what many of us in the west take for granted.
If we want a just society, we must begin by recovering the right understanding of prudence.
President Obama’s transgender directive isn’t about civil rights or bathroom use. It’s about state control over personal relationships.
“I dream of a new European humanism, one that involves “a constant work of humanization”
In various parts of the world, many people dedicate hours of work as free service for those who can’t pay for it. In this video with English subtitles we meet a plastic surgeon in Brazil and a German municipal official.
This video points out obstacles and difficulties that people who argue in favour of same-sex marriage face when they make their case.
There isn’t enough expressed gratitude in the world and probably not enough gratitude period.
We could improve the situation through a renewed commitment to our founding principles, particularly the reunification of faith and reason.
Supporters invoke Thomas Hobbes in a proposal to crush conscientious objection to euthanasia.