Gender Ideology, a Radical Attack on Family

Negative Impact upon Families, Children, and Society.” Gender theory is an error of the human mind that leads to so much confusion. —  Pope Francis The speed with which gender ideology has grown from the radical fringe to a movement dominating our media, legislation, education and entertainment is nothing less than staggering. Unless you are . . . Read more

Catholic Charities Need Not Apply

The Philadelphia Inquirer is reporting that once again, Catholic social services providing foster care children in the “City of Brotherly Love” have been rejected by the city as a provider, because the Catholic Faith disallows placement of children with same-sex couples. This although the Church is the largest provider of social services in the region! . . . Read more

Philadelphia Rejects Catholic Social Services over LGBT Interests

What Happened to the City of Brotherly Love? The Catholic Church has long been a pioneer in serving those in need with its social services. Hospitals, orphanages, schools and, yes, foster care, are all areas in which the Church serves the needy. Now Catholic News Agency is reporting that the City of Philadelphia has ceased . . . Read more

Ontario Psychology Professor Hits Last Nerve of Gender Police

“Idea of a University” Runs Amok St. Thomas Aquinas wrote his Summa Contra Gentiles principally for the Mohammedans (Muslims).  As they did not accept the authority of either the Old or New Testaments he wrote, “We must, therefore, have recourse to the natural reason, to which all men are forced to give their assent.” But Jacques . . . Read more

The Homophile Agenda and the Attack on Free Speech

Anyone who is concerned about the influence of the homosexual agenda on reshaping traditional values must become intimately familiar with the major tactics that homophiles commonly employ in order to anticipate them and respond in charity and truth. Homophile strategists are very adept at manipulating public opinion with an arsenal of six tactics that are . . . Read more

President of Tanzania Expresses Openness to Life

“Not too early, not too late; not too many and not too close.” This is the guideline that population control groups give to many women starting their families in Tanzania. The new president, however, has signaled that his administration will push instead for policies that demonstrate openness to life. According to some reports, he has . . . Read more

A Judicial Assault in Belize

Guest author: Judy Vazquez   As the lone English-speaking nation in Central America, Belize, in a certain way, stands apart, and is often associated more closely with its Caribbean neighbors. Collectively, the Caribbean nations tend to have strong social values that defend life, marriage and family. Yet Belize’s cultural setting may be why it was . . . Read more

It’s Time for Sanctuary Cities for Christians

The word “sanctuary” comes from the Catholic Church. From Latin, meaning “holy place,” the word was used in the early Church, and still is used, to describe the place of the Sacrifice of the Mass. It was also used in the Bible (compiled and translated by Catholics) to describe the holiest part of the temple . . . Read more

Two Wins in Uganda!

We have been sent. For us, being at the service of life is not a boast but rather a duty, born of our awareness of being “God’s own people, that we may declare the wonderful deeds of him who called us out of darkness into his marvelous light” (cf. 1 Pet 2:9). On our journey . . . Read more

Bringing Clarity Amid Confusion

Son of man, I have appointed you a sentinel for the house of Israel. When you hear a word from my mouth, you shall warn them for me. If I say to the wicked, you shall surely die–and you do not warn them or speak out to dissuade the wicked from their evil conduct in . . . Read more