Spain’s championship soccer coach is a man of deep faith

Spanish bishops celebrated the success of the country's soccer team July 14 as the iconic players won their record fourth European Championship title by handing England an agonizing loss.

The bishops also praised the coach, Luis de la Fuente, for his testimony as

Arkansas abortion amendment fails to make ballot

As of July 10, a proposed abortion amendment to the Arkansas Constitution failed to meet state laws to get on the Nov. 5 ballot, according to Arkansas Right to Life.

Secretary of State John Thurston has thrown out the proposed amendment because the

Israel orders Palestinians out of Gaza City

The Israeli military July 10 called for all Palestinians to leave Gaza City and head south, as the chairman of the U.S. bishops' Committee on International Justice and Peace urged civilians not be targeted and "remain outside the sphere of combat."

Dozens of