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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Transgenderism on the Rise in America: What’s a Catholic to Do?

By Susan Ciancio / September 16, 2020 /
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According to the Centers for Disease Control, about one million people in the U.S. identify as transgender. That’s about 0.6% of the adult population. U.S. Census data does not ask whether a person identifies as transgender. However, according to the World Population Review, each of the 50 states has acquired data on its transgender population.…

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The Kermit Gosnell House of Horrors

By Marlene Gillette-Ibern, Esq. / September 4, 2020 /
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“We think the reason no one acted is…because the victims were infants without identities.” ~Report of the Grand Jury on Kermit Gosnell In February 2010, state and federal authorities raided Dr. Kermit Gosnell’s clinic, the Women’s Medical Society in Philadelphia. This followed a major investigation into illegal drug prescriptions. They found the most terrible, unsanitary and…

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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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Will Biden’s “Devout” Faith Fool Pro-Life Voters?

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / August 24, 2020 /

Over at First Things last week, Prof. Robert George published a clever thought experiment. Prof. George, in case you don’t know, is one of the rarest of specimens these days – an openly and proudly pro-life, pro-family, and faithfully Catholic faculty member at an Ivy League university, in this case Princeton University. In his article,…

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Biden-Harris Ticket Threatens Faith, Family, and Life

By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet / August 17, 2020 /

Over the past decade the Democrat party has been careening towards the radical left, occupied these days by an intolerant cabal of ideological extremists whose main concerns include the unrestricted right to choose an abortion, whether toddlers are being sufficiently affirmed in their “transgender” identity, and how to expunge every person with the slightest conservative…

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The Homosexuals’ American Psychological Association Coup

By Brian Clowes, PhD / August 4, 2020 /
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Homosexual activists often mention that the medical profession—specifically psychiatrists and psychologists—believe that homosexuality is a “normal human sexual response.” In support of this assertion, they talk about how the American Psychological Association officially removed homosexuality from its list of “mental disorders” in 1973, and that the American Psychiatric Association also classifies homosexuality as normal.  …

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Is Nazi Euthanasia Resurfacing in the U.S.?

By Brian Clowes, PhD / July 24, 2020 /
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The Hippocratic Oath … is an honorable historical document, which, however, does not altogether fit present times. If it is to be applied today, the wording has to be changed very extensively, and in these reformulations a series of new oaths have been drawn up which have only a vague relationship to the ancient Hippocratic…

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The Racism of Eugenics

By Brian Clowes, PhD / July 21, 2020 /
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At the moment, it is probable that the indirect effect of civilization is dysgenic instead of eugenic; and in any case it seems likely that the dead weight of genetic stupidity, physical weakness, mental instability, and disease-proneness, which already exist in the human species, will prove too great a burden for real progress to be…

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