Kate O'Hare

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Does 'Alpha House's Garry Trudeau Know Any GOP Pols?

There's an old axiom that one should write about what one knows. By that logic, "Alpha House," the Amazon Studios production that premiered late last year on streaming service Amazon Prime Video, and returns for a second season in late October, should be about Democrat-politician housemates. Jul 14, 2014 9:11 AM PT

Robert Rodriguez, Dave Grohl Dish on Palling Around with President Obama

If he's not on the golf course during his downtime, President Obama is likely to be found either at a Democratic fundraiser or chatting up some celebrities, or sometimes both. And if he has to sidestep the illegal-immigration crisis at the border to hobnob with a celeb pal, all the better. Jul 11, 2014 2:42 PM PT

Are Christians Forgotten in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?

When Pope Francis visited the Holy Land in May, he wasn't there as an emissary to the Muslims or to the Jews in the area. He visited political and religious leaders of both groups, but he was there to minister to the Christians in the region who are caught between Muslim groups like Hamas and Israeli leaders -- neither of whom have the welfare of Christians at the top of their respective agendas. Jul 9, 2014 11:53 AM PT

Persecuted Christians in Iraq Look to Putin as an Unlikely Ally

In response, the ancient Christian populations of these areas – which existed for centuries before there even was an Islam – are turning from London, Paris, and Washington, D.C., to Moscow in hopes of finding someone who will come down strongly in their defense. Jun 29, 2014 12:19 PM PT

Chargers QB Philip Rivers Tells Catholic University Grads: 'Now I Begin'

Here's one commencement speaker who was in no danger of being driven from the podium by student and faculty protests. Alabama native Philip Rivers (born in Decatur, raised in Athens), quarterback of the San Diego Chargers, is a devout Catholic, a husband and father of seven. May 18, 2014 5:46 AM PT

Harvard's Black Mass First Homeless Then Not Happening

Whether or not any lessons will be learned in terms of religious tolerance or basic courtesy, the Harvard Crimson is getting a lesson in covering breaking news, as the story of the "black mass" (which was originally scheduled to start at 7 p.m. ET) has changed almost hourly. In the most recent news, first announced via the Crimson's Twitter page, "Satanic Black Mass has been postponed indefinitely and will not take place tonight..." May 12, 2014 7:43 PM PT

Harvard (Extension School), the Black Mass, and the Not-Quite Satanists

All day, the Catholic blogosphere – in particular the corner of it housed at the multifaith Website Patheos – has been buzzing about the announcement that the Harvard Extension Cultural Studies Club was planning to hold a "re-enactment of a 'satanic black mass' performed by the Satanic Temple" (according to the ad), at the Queens Head Pub in Memorial Hall in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on May 12. May 7, 2014 6:19 PM PT

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