Category Archives: Marriage

Prisoners of the Sexual Revolution

In a provocative piece for National Review called “Jailhouse Feminism,” author Mary Ebersadt (“How The West Really Lost God: A New Theory of Secularization”) takes aim at the angry, aggressive, frequently vulgar and often obscene face of the new feminism. Here’s an excerpt: Second, when today’s woman-talk is understandable, its tone is hard to take [...]

Judicial Lawlessness in Alabama

At this moment, Alabama is in a state of legal and judicial disarray.  A federal judge has declared the state’s constitutional amendment defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman unconstitutional, and in response the chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court has held that the ruling is not actually binding and [...]

Wounded Love: Our Grammy Valentines

Our love songs say a lot about where we are as a culture. Over at Catholic Digest I wrote “Only the Church Believes What the Love Songs Say,” which argues that our most enduring pop paeans to love speak to what the Church says about love. The top-selling love songs want a love that lasts [...]

The President’s “Noble” Lie

Here’s something that should surprise no one: for the sake of political expediency, Barack Obama lied (that really is the word for it) about his opposition to same-sex marriage. The President’s famous “evolution” on the marriage question was really just a coming-out party (so to speak) for beliefs he had held for at least a decade. [...]

‘Chaste, Gay Couples’ and Other Same-Sex Unions

  In certain Catholic landscapes, an unsettling custom seems to be developing. Many Catholic writers, pundits, and thinkers are opting to give a thumbs-up to the notion of the “chaste, gay couple,” describing self-identified “gay” couples who have opted to abide by Church teaching prohibiting “homogenital acts.” These observers of such couples are so rightly [...]

Loaded Language on “Marriage” Heads to the Supreme Court

During Pope Francis’ Encounter with Families in the Philippines this week, the Holy Father commented on particular threats to the good of the family, saying, “The family is also threatened by growing efforts on the part of some to redefine the very institution of marriage, by relativism, by the culture of the ephemeral, by a [...]

Where the Louisiana Senate Candidates Stand on the Issues

We’re in overtime in Louisiana! Because no candidate received over 50% of the vote on November 4, the top candidates are facing off on December 6. The two candidates are Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu and Republican Bill Cassidy. The CatholicVote.org Research Team has been hard at work this election season to ensure that Catholic voters [...]


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