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It’s tough to live in a culture that doesn’t value life and family. Together, we can turn things around.

Empowering you to build a pro-life, pro-family world

It’s tough to live in a culture that doesn’t value life and family. Together, we can turn things around.

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Examining Annulment Culture in the Catholic Church

May 23, 2024

 There’s a crisis of marriage in modern culture, even within the Catholic Church. Marriage rates are down, while annulment rates went up. So, what’s going on? In previous individual episodes, John Clark and Fr. Michael Duesterhaus (a procurator/advocate) both…

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Examining Annulment Culture in the Catholic Church

May 23, 2024

 There’s a crisis of marriage in modern culture, even within the Catholic Church. Marriage rates are down, while annulment rates went up. So, what’s going on? In previous individual episodes, John Clark and Fr. Michael Duesterhaus (a procurator/advocate) both…

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Children are a Gift and Sign of Hope – not a Burden

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet | May 20, 2024 |

A few days ago, the Wall Street Journal ran a feature-length article with the headline, “Suddenly There Aren’t Enough Babies. The Whole World Is Alarmed.” The article is just one more piece of evidence of the massive shift in public discourse that I have noted in several recent columns, i.e. that after decades of overpopulation alarmism, many experts are suddenly waking up to the reality that the most pressing population problem facing the world is not overpopulation, but a catastrophically low birth rate. This was also the theme of a widely-reported-on address given by Pope Francis a week and a…

Children are a Gift and Sign of Hope – not a Burden

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet | May 20, 2024 |

A few days ago, the Wall Street Journal ran a feature-length article with the headline, “Suddenly There Aren’t Enough Babies. The Whole World Is Alarmed.” The article is just one more piece of evidence of the massive shift in public discourse that I have noted in several recent columns, i.e. that after decades of overpopulation alarmism, many experts are suddenly waking up to the reality that the most pressing population problem facing the world is not overpopulation, but a catastrophically low birth rate. This was also the theme of a widely-reported-on address given by Pope Francis a week and a…

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