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First-wave Feminism Wasn’t as Nice as You Thought

By Living a Culture of Life Podcast / April 11, 2024 /

 Most people don’t know about the Marxist, occult, and anti-family trends that became modern feminism. Some people think feminism was hijacked in the 1960s by second-wave feminists. But nearly everyone agrees that the first-wave feminism was good. However, when Dr. Carrie Gress dug into the history of the feminist movement, she realized this isn’t…

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Exploring Health Impacts of Hookup Culture

By Living a Culture of Life Podcast / April 4, 2024 /

 80% of women don’t want casual sex. So, why is hookup culture so popular? How does casual sex affect men and women differently? Often, unmarried women have sex to catch (or keep) a man. But premarital sex has the opposite effect. Casual sex disrupts the biological bonding process! And it leads to serious physical…

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Forgiveness after “Failed” Abortion Left One Twin Alive

By Living a Culture of Life Podcast / March 28, 2024 /

 What’s it like to lose a twin to abortion? That’s what happened to Claire Culwell. At just 13-years-old, Claire’s mom became pregnant with twins. Claire miraculously survived the D&E abortion procedure, but her twin did not. On this episode, Claire shares her story of surviving abortion, losing a twin, and reconnecting with her birth…

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Steps to Build a Community that Welcomes People with Disabilities

By Living a Culture of Life Podcast / March 21, 2024 /

 How can we create an environment that welcomes people with disabilities? And why is this part of a Culture of Life? Sometimes, parishes struggle to serve individuals with disabilities. But these men and women have so much to offer! It’s important that they receive the resources and opportunities needed to thrive within church communities.…

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The Price of Life: Exploring the Human Cost of Surrogacy

By Living a Culture of Life Podcast / March 14, 2024 /

 What’s the problem with surrogacy? How is it different from adoption? Does the surrogacy industry exploit vulnerable women? On this episode, Fr. Shenan Boquet unpacks the problems with surrogacy. He also shares his experience in the mission field, where both surrogacy and in vitro fertilization (IVF) are common problems. Often, people assume that these…

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A Child’s Future Turns on His Parents’ Marriage

By Living a Culture of Life Podcast / March 7, 2024 /

 Why do children require their biological parents’ marriage? How does a couple’s relationship impact their child’s development? Today, many children grow up in broken homes. This often negatively impacts their future. Children thrive within the marriage of their biological parents. So, how can couples help their marriage thrive? How can parents give their children…

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Cultural Pushback Against Euthanasia in Canada

By Living a Culture of Life Podcast / February 29, 2024 /

 Why do people get euthanized? And how can we create a culture where euthanasia is unthinkable? Canada’s stats are shocking. Since 2016, over 50,000 individuals have died from legal euthanasia and assisted suicide. So, what can you do? Right now, Amanda Achtman is on a mission to end euthanasia in Canada. Through her project…

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Ukraine Caught Between Russian Guns and U.S. Abortion Demands

By Living a Culture of Life Podcast / February 22, 2024 /

 How has the war with Russia changed pro-life work in Ukraine? Why is this the best time to promote life and family? And do Americans really understand Ukrainian values? On today’s episode, Genia Samborska (HLI’s affiliate in Ukraine) and Valentyna Pavsyukova join us for an in-depth discussion about the fight for life and family…

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Annulments Procurator Tells the Story Behind the Data

By Living a Culture of Life Podcast / February 15, 2024 /

 Why are 90% of annulments granted by the Catholic Church? Can you trust the Tribunal’s decision? Why did annulment numbers increase? Fr. Duesterhaus, a procurator/advocate, has presented many formal cases over the years. On today’s episode, he gives an insider’s look at the annulment process. He also offers insight to the common reasons couples…

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NSSM-200: The USA’s Blueprint for Depopulation

By Living a Culture of Life Podcast / February 8, 2024 /

 Have you ever heard of the Kissinger Report? Officially, National Security Study Memorandum-200 (NSSM-200), this report is the USA’s blueprint for population control. Released in 1974, the Kissinger Report is 50 years old this year. It’s never been rescinded, so this is still the official U.S. policy. On today’s episode, Fr. Boquet discusses the…

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