The Push to Reverse Roe v. Wade

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / August 9, 2021 /
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“If the right to life is an inherent and inalienable right, it must surely exist wherever life exists. No one can deny that the unborn child is a distinct being, that it is human, and that it is alive. It is unjust, therefore, to deprive the unborn child of its fundamental right to life on…

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Roe Must Go: Supreme Court Case Could Overturn Roe v. Wade

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / May 24, 2021 /
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Is the tyranny of Roe v. Wade in the United States about to fall? For the first time in years, pro-lifers have serious reason to hope that the aim towards which they have worked for so many decades – the end of Roe v. Wade – will finally come about, and as soon as next…

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Eugenic Sterilization Laws in the U.S.

By Susan Ciancio / December 3, 2020 /
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Fear and a lack of understanding often cause people to do unthinkable things. The advent of eugenic sterilization in twentieth-century America is one example. Let’s take a step back to the 1880s and briefly meet Sir Francis Galton. Galton was an anthropologist, a sociologist, and a psychologist. He was also a eugenicist. Eugenics is the…

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LeRoy Carhart: Secrets of a Late-Term Abortionist

By Susan Ciancio / October 14, 2020 /

Kindness. Courtesy. Justice. Respect. Love. They are words that could have been spoken by Christ. He told us that we must love God with our whole selves and love our neighbors as we love ourselves. Love is not just a feeling; it’s an action. If you love both God and your neighbor, then kindness, courtesy,…

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What’s the #1 Human Rights Issue Facing Voters?

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / October 12, 2020 /

There are some attacks on human dignity that are so egregious that, to the extent that they are defended by a society, they preclude that society from claiming to be “just.” Abortion is one such attack. The very concept of human rights is meaningless if among those rights is not included the universal right to…

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Judge Barrett’s Catholic Faith Exposes Leftist Bigotry

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / October 5, 2020 /
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Justice Antonin Scalia was one of the most brilliant, influential, and fascinating Supreme Court justices in recent history. A faithful Catholic, he was the father of nine children, one of whom is now serving as a priest in the Arlington diocese. Not only was Scalia Catholic, but he was willing to express and defend his…

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Her Story: Norma McCorvey of Roe v. Wade

By Susan Ciancio / August 28, 2020 /
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Norma McCorvey. A name that often evokes sadness. A name that grew to also signify courage. Now a name riddled in controversy since the release of a documentary entitled AKA Jane Roe this past spring. Over the last 47 years, the woman who would become Jane Roe in the infamous Roe v. Wade Supreme Court…

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Gonzales vs. Carhart and Partial-Birth Abortion Revealed

By Adolfo J. Castañeda / August 27, 2020 /
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Gonzales vs. Carhart Upholds Congressional Ban on Partial-Birth Abortions On April 23, 2007, the Supreme Court of the United States issued an important decision in the case called Gonzales vs. Carhart, in which the Court upheld a ban of the gruesome “partial-birth abortion” procedure. The ban, approved by Congress, was called the Partial-Birth Ban Act…

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Hope for Religious Schools at Supreme Court

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / July 13, 2020 /
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Late last month, conservatives were dismayed when the U.S. Supreme Court handed down two deeply troubling rulings. One of those rulings struck down a law that required abortionists in Louisiana to obtain admitting privileges at a hospital within thirty miles of their abortion facility. The other found that Title VII, which bans employment discrimination based…

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Will Bostock v. Clayton County be the ‘Roe v. Wade of Religious Liberty’?

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / June 29, 2020 /

Abortion was legalized by the Supreme Court, not by the legislature or the people. Same-sex “marriage” was made the law of the land after the Supreme Court somehow discovered a “fundamental right” for people of the same sex to get married in the Constitution – a “right” that had somehow lain hidden for over 200…

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