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January 22 is the anniversary of the infamous Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision.  Ever since, one of the chief cries of abortion-on-demand supporters has been that of bodily autonomy—“my bo... More

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With a pro-life majority in the House and the Senate, now is the time to stand for life. On January 22, hundreds of thousands of people will march peacefully in Washington, D.C. to protest the 1973 ... More

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A famous Frenchman once said, "It is dangerous to be right when men of power are wrong." This is why free speech matters. Even though Charlie Hebdo published little more than puerile smut, they have t... More

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The shocking violence that we in the Western world are usually safely shielded from and that many of our Christian brethren in the Levant face down daily has struck from its coil, killing twelve a... More

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Yesterday, the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life released some statistics on the religious composition of the new 114th Congress, which includes more Catholics (with 164) than any Congress in hist... More

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Reagan, John Paul II, and the Popemobile That Never Was

If you happen to be in the Southern California area, in Simi Valley, north of Los Angeles, is the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation ... More

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Watching American Sniper as a Catholic

  I watched American Sniper last night with friends from Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, and experienced all the elemen... More

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A Survivor’s Perspective: The Importance of Empowering Women to Report Sexual Assault

Every election cycle, and a few debates in between, American politicians play political hot potato with the abortion issue and use victi... More

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A Non-Religious Law Professor’s Humane Case for Religious Exemptions

Over at the Washington Post, law professor (and non-religious believer) Eugene Volokh offers a lengthy post with a kind of argument for reli... More

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“They will walk and not be faint”

  Today, hundreds of thousands of Americans are marching in Washington, D.C. to protest the great injustice of abortion. We refl... More



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