poverty

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The Eugenics Philosophy

It is unjust to cut short the days of a well‑shaped person.  It is not unjust, I say, to prevent the arrival in the world of a being who will certainly be useless to it. ~ The Marquis de Sade.1 The Problem of the Philosophy of Eugenics Despite all of [...]

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Back from Africa – Zimbabwe’s Contraception at its Worst

"Large poor families have simply become small poor families." In all my mission trips I have never encountered such an entrenched contraceptive mindset as in Zimbabwe. The quotes below are a sampling from nursing students at one of the government accredited Catholic nursing schools. The government has for decades, through [...]

By |2019-11-16T17:10:08-05:00April 2nd, 2018|Categories: News and Commentary, Spirit & Life Newsletter|Tags: , , , |

The Seduction of Evil

“Be on guard against the seduction of evil.” The cobra knocks on John’s door and asks, “John please let me in. It is cold and damp outside. I promise I will do no harm to you or your family.” But John vigorously rejects – at first – the pleas of [...]

Contraception and Challenges of False Compassion

Troubling rumors have been swirling around Rome for months now about an alleged papal commission tasked with undertaking an "historical review" of Saint Pope Paul VI's encyclical Humanae Vitae. Despite initial denials about the existence of the commission, it appears that a Vatican official has just confirmed that there is, [...]

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Moral Relativism: The Danger of the “Seamless Garment” Mentality

Proclaim the truth and do not be silent through fear. ~St. Catherine of Siena The resurgence of the dangerous “seamless garment” mentality should cause us grave concern. In its most pernicious form, this philosophy holds that grave intrinsic evils like contraception, abortion and euthanasia and social problems like poverty, immigration, [...]

By |2019-11-05T22:44:27-05:00October 23rd, 2017|Categories: News and Commentary, Spirit & Life Newsletter|Tags: , , |
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The Strange World of Margaret Sanger’s Birth Control Review: Part II

Read the first part of this article here. Origins of the Pro-Abortion Slogans Most of us have heard all of the tired old pro-abortion slogans many times. When we hear people start to chant them again, we usually roll our eyes and think “I’d sure give a lot to hear [...]

By Their Fruits (and Their Names) You Shall Know Them

Sometimes a name really is revealing. The United Nations Population Fund, or UNFPA, is one organization whose name says a great deal about its true concern. It was, well, born during the overpopulation panic codified in the publication of Paul Ehrlich’s “The Population Bomb” in the late 1960s, but before [...]

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Eliminating the Poor is not a Solution to Poverty

Population control groups are taking advantage of a leadership transition period in Tanzania, and are intensifying their activities in the country. Their mission is a frightening one: reducing the number of poor people in order to reduce poverty. This outrageous and backwards strategy is awkwardly promoted under the false name [...]

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Eliminating the Impoverished Does Not Eliminate Poverty

From India to Affordable Care Act Contributor, Life Gets a Dollar Sign (Zenit.org) — On Nov. 8, 2014, Dr. R.K. Gupta set about performing tubal ligations on 80 women at a mass sterilization camp in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. He completed all the surgeries in less than six hours. Subsequently, [...]

By |2019-11-22T14:39:28-05:00December 18th, 2014|Categories: News and Commentary|Tags: , , , |