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Abortion in Texas: Lubbock Ban

By Marisa Cantu / October 23, 2023 /

Abortion in Texas is banned. But women find ways to travel out-of-state to get an abortion. Lubbock has become the fourth Texas county to ban abortion travel. After Dobbs vs. Jackson overturned Roe vs. Wade, Texas banned abortion completely in the state. Related: Planned Parenthood vs. Casey Summary: The Essential Facts However, Texans began traveling…

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The Scourge of Pornography: Provoking Violence and Debasing Human Sexuality

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / October 23, 2023 /

“The ease with which children gain access to pornographic images on the Internet resembles a rape of the consciences of these minors. I think that the psychological and spiritual consequences of this invasion of pornography for a whole generation of children and young people have not yet been measured. Doctors are beginning to sound the…

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Enoch Burke: Freedom of Speech?

By Marisa Cantu / October 23, 2023 /

Enoch Burke is experiencing the effects of compelled speech in a “democratic” society. A history and German teacher in Ireland and a Christian, he was suspended from his school after refusing to use a student’s preferred pronouns. Since then, he received a court order to stay away from the school. But he failed to follow…

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Planned Parenthood Uses Hamas Attack to Sell Abortion

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / October 16, 2023 /

On October 7, Israel was the victim of one of the most horrific terrorist attacks in modern history. Heavily armed Hamas gunmen flew or drove into civilian centers and then began slaughtering everybody within reach, including women and children. By the time the massacre was done, over 1,000 Israelis had been killed, thousands more injured,…

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Transgender Ideology and Parental Rights

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / October 9, 2023 /

“Since they have conferred life on their children, parents have the original, primary and inalienable right to educate them; hence they must be acknowledged as the first and foremost educators of their children…. The primary right of parents to educate their children must be upheld in all forms of collaboration between parents, teachers and school…

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Peaceful Pro-Life Rescuers Face Years in Prison

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / October 2, 2023 /
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Ever since abortion was legalized in America, there have always been those pro-life advocates who have felt called to prophetically witness to the humanity of the preborn child. Certain individuals, deeply convicted of the great evil of abortion, have engaged in acts of peaceful civil disobedience, heedless of the costs to themselves. Their motivation has…

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Trump’s Critical Remarks of Post-Roe Legislation

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / September 25, 2023 /

“Consequently, laws which legitimize the direct killing of innocent human beings through abortion or euthanasia are in complete opposition to the inviolable right to life proper to every individual; they thus deny the equality of everyone before the law. … Abortion and euthanasia are thus crimes which no human law can claim to legitimize. There…

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The Return to Human Sacrifice in Mexico

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / September 18, 2023 /

In the year 1531, Our Lady appeared to a lowly Mexican peasant by the name of Juan Diego. At the time, Mexico was still in thrall to the blood-thirsty ancient Aztec religion, in which human sacrifice played a key role. Diego himself was of Aztec descent. However, he and his wife were among some of…

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It All Begins in the Family

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / September 11, 2023 /

“As the family goes, so goes the nation, and so goes the whole world in which we live.” Pope St. John Paul II famously spoke these words in a 1986 homily, delivered in Perth, Australia. This prophetic sentence is often quoted by Catholic pro-family activists. However, it is only one sentence in a longer homily,…

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Scapegoating of the Elderly

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / September 4, 2023 /
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“I would point out that the right to care and treatment for all must always be prioritized, so that the weakest, particularly the elderly and the sick, are never discarded. Indeed, life is a right, not death, which must be welcomed, not administered. And this ethical principle applies to everyone, not just Christians or believers.”…

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