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There was a time I really thought a blog like "Boston Catholic Insider" was necessary.Actually a blog like Boston Catholic Insider still is necessary.Only not the current one.Please pray for ... discuss

Mason, like most Educators of her day, advocated the use of handicrafts in her schools. Also like most, she used a specific model of handicraft called Sloyd. Sloyd was not merely a type of handicraft, ... discuss

“Target’s policy is exactly how sexual predators get access to their victims. And with Target publicly boasting that men can enter women’s bathrooms, where do you think predators are ... discuss

I talked with Shona about this and she said, “This is so important. Homemakers have only one source of affirmation — their husbands. Most young kids don’t usually notice what we do and praise us ... discuss

God inscribed our names in his registry before the foundation of the world, before creating the heavens, before flinging the galaxies across the sky. He chose us in the misty eons of eternity past, lo ... discuss

What is a helpful Christian response? Should we stop baking cakes and taking wedding pictures? Should we sign petitions and organize boycotts? Should we position ourselves on the nearest picket line a ... discuss

A large number of victims that I have talked to said that their churches failed to involve the proper authorities (2) because the churches themselves believed that they were capable of handling the si ... discuss

However, this also was a weakness of the book: the theme of treasuring Christ became the overarching lens to interpret these three topics in Scripture.  While on the one hand it is true we must treas ... discuss

J. WRITES: I love to hear about different people’s daily rituals and schedules. I’m reading a book about famous writers’ rituals, and it gives a fascinating window into their lives ... discuss

We’ve all heard it; we’ve all cringed. “You only live once.” In addition to being unoriginal, overused, and ambiguous in intent, it’s an insulting reminder of a self-evident truth. Yes, ti ... discuss

ANONYMOUS WRITES: I know that God made us as emotional beings and that our feelings aren’t inherently bad. But I also know that my emotions can be deceptive and trick me into thinking certain t ... discuss

Recently, God has been teaching me three lessons through some situations that are going on in my life. I was living hypocritically, acting one way in public and another in private. My relationship w ... discuss

ALLIE WRITES: It’s April… the sun is out where I live, the weather is warming up, and my pencil erasers are ground to mere stubs. I still have a few weeks of schoolwork left, however. I o ... discuss

There are days where all I want to do is curl up in a dark corner, cower in defeat, and lament my life. Nothing goes the way I think I deserve it should go. Whether in my family, relationships, at m ... discuss

ANONYMOUS WRITES: I’m relatively new to the social media game, and I don’t think I’m addicted to it. At least, not yet. The thing is, I’ve heard about so many people who get obsessed with Fac ... discuss

Do Hard Things was a book that changed so many of our lives. It awakened us to a new vision of living boldly for God’s glory and daring to do hard things for Him as a teenager. Alex and Brett Har ... discuss

J. WRITES: There’s a part in Do Hard Things where Brett and Alex talk about the benefit of leaving your comfort zone to do something hard. There is a story I remember from it about a girl who vowed ... discuss

This won’t be long. This article is shorter than almost anything we’ve posted in the past. It won’t be crowded with clever writing or human wit. But it will be powerful. Even, da ... discuss

“The proper definition of a man is an animal that writes letters.”  (Lewis Carroll)Well, that may be going a bit far. But moderns do make a serious mistake in underestimating the significance ... discuss

At Vital Signs Ministries’ latest letter-writing party, 11 of us wrote 100 letters and cards dealing with religious freedom as well as pro-life and pro-family issues. (You can find out a few details ... discuss

Tras tres años de protestas en topless y un activismo radical, la fundadora de Femen en Brasil y uno de los principales símbolos del feminismo extremismo, Sara Winter, da un giro de 360 grados a su ... discuss

“Everyone who does evil hates the light and avoids coming near the light so that his misdeeds may not be exposed” – John 3:20. Reflection: A key priority of our pro-life movement must ... discuss

“When they heard that he was alive…they refused to believe it.” (Mark 16:11)  Reflection: On Easter morning, the women who had seen the Risen Lord were greeted by disbelieving apos ... discuss

St. Catherine of Siena by Balassare FranceshiniSince I will not be able to properly blog anytime soon (so much coursework, not enough time to finish the blog posts in my drafts box) and because there ... discuss

“They ran from the tomb to inform his disciples…” (Matthew 28:8)  Reflection: On the morning of Jesus’ resurrection, there was a lot of running taking place. The women, havin ... discuss

This reflection is taken from my book, Pro-Life Reflections for Every Day, which is available for purchase at: ProLifeReflectionsForEveryDay.org “Why do you look among the dead for one who is alive ... discuss

This reflection is taken from my book, Pro-Life Reflections for Every Day, which is available for purchase at: ProLifeReflectionsForEveryDay.org “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the ... discuss

“Who will roll back the stone for us?” (Mark 16:3) Reflection: On Easter morning, little did the women know that the stone already been rolled away, and that Jesus was alive. But the wome ... discuss

“Defending the dignity of the human person is not a task added on to our ministry but rather one inseparable from it and flowing from its very heart,” Father Pavone writes in a chapter on “The ... discuss

“They stood still, their faces filled with sadness.” (Luke 24:16) >Reflection: On the first Easter Sunday afternoon, the two disciples walking on the road to Emmaus failed to recognize ... discuss

“Governor Brownback, a longtime friend of Priests for Life, is committed to enacting pro-life legislation. This is why Priests for Life and the National Pro-life Religious Council recently hono ... discuss

  “Now Thomas …was not with the rest when Jesus came.” (John 20:24) >Reflection: So where was Thomas on that first Easter night? Perhaps he was out looking for Jesus! After ... discuss

Photo taken by Danica Clark.First: Happy feast of St. Joseph the Worker!This is just a quick blog post to let y'all know that the Kindle version of both of the Will and Lina novels are on sale from to ... discuss

COMMENTARY: Volunteering our bodies for non-therapeutic enhancement and experimentation isn’t patriotic. I will admit the question was loaded. I asked various Catholics, through my blog and soci ... discuss

I thought I would let everybody know that anybody that’s running Google AdSense and you’re a conservative, you should be really aware of your content. I received this, this early morning f ... discuss

I don’t always write for the money. Truth is this blog costs me for the hosting and for the spam prevention. I don’t make enough from ad revenue, my shops at CafePress and Zazzle, or even from my ... discuss

Maria Madise, SPUC'sinternational director, with LiamGibson, SPUC's Northern Irelanddevelopment officerStatistically an unborn baby in Northern Ireland is safer than anywhere else in the UK. SPUC's su ... discuss

I am honoured to have been invited to address the Latin Mass Society's one day conference on the family next month on Saturday, 14th May, at Regent Hall, 275 Oxford Street, London, W!C 2DJ - just five ... discuss

I’ve been homeschool blogging since 2005. I started homeschooling when my kids were 2 and 4. I’ve been at it a loooong time, and now my eldest son is graduating at 19. BUT – if yo ... discuss

THSC Conferences are FUN! This will be my sixth year of taking photos at the Texas Home School Coalition Conventions in Texas, and I am still in love with the job. I also am in love with all the sta ... discuss

The Medicaid expansion in Ohio helped 500,000+ of Kasich's constituents, Saved many lives, provided healthcare to 40,000+ poor and unemployed VETERANS, provided drug treatment to keep people out of ... discuss

Is the GOP Risking Suicide?The Trump phenomenon shows how absolutely fed up American voters are with the status quo, i.e., with elite politicians manipulating the system to make sure their super party ... discuss

I'm trying to be pastoral here. Get with the program, girls!Chapter Six Paragraphs 199 - 258Topsy and Tuptim are back at the church basement for the study group session on Chapter Six. Fr. Jimmy and S ... discuss

Chapter Eight Paragraphs 291 - 312Footnote? What footnote was that?Topsy and Tuptima navigate the traffic in downtown Washington, D.C. passing the Smithsonian and the Capitol building, turning on Nort ... discuss

There’s a page on this blog under the “Links” tab that doesn’t get much traffic, but it’s too important to take down: “Crisis Pregnancy Resources in New Hampshire&# ... discuss

The HumanLifeMatters blog is now receiving thousands ofMedia interest risesas blog numbers soar.hits each month, to a total of 450,000 page views to date. It's beginning to raise eyebrows of inte ... discuss

Canada's Parliamentary Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights is studying Canada's bill C-14, to legalize physician assisted suicide euphemistically labelled "medical assistance in dying". The ... discuss

 When abortion is the man’s choiceBy Sarah Terzo Abortion is touted as a woman’s choice, but according to one study, 64% of women feel pressured into abortion by their partners. ... discuss

 Why Are Suicide Rates Climbing after Years of Decline?By Nancy Valko After years of declines, the US suicide rate rose 24% over 15 years according to a new report from the national ... discuss

Frederic Leighton, Portrait of Mary Sartoris, c. 1860via Arts Everyday Living ... discuss

John Humphreys Johnston (18577-1941), Le Domino Rose, c. 1895Via Arts Everyday Living ... discuss

Photo credit: Matt WillmannAs National Poetry Month draws to a close, I'm sharing 10 Facts About Poets Laureate. They're all interesting, but here's a fun little factoid:In olden times in England ... discuss

One of the beauties of the Church is the celebration of seasons.  Christmas is not just a day.  It is a season that last weeks.  Similarly, Easter is a seven week season.  There is ... discuss

In between primary elections and political speeches, news surfaced in recent weeks that the FDA loosened restrictions on the abortion pill—also known as RU-486. The abortion pill protocol, now avail ... discuss

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – On Tuesday, Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation addressed a student forum at Harvard University, a 90-minute discussion on abortion in the black community that turned hostil ... discuss

Today we’re going to talk numbers. My friend Randy Bohlender, who oversees an adoption agency, says questions about the costs of adoption are some of the most common their team receives. Adoption is ... discuss

As one who serves on staff at a pregnancy resource center, I feel like I’ve seen it all. I’ve met women contemplating abortion because their boyfriends won’t help them. I’ve seen girls who fea ... discuss

We put in our application to adopt in February, announced our plan to adopt on Mother’s Day, and became ‘home study ready’ on September 11. In 2014. It’s now been two years of waiting ... discuss

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In this composite image provided by NASA, fiveframes show the International Space Stationin silhouette.  (Photo by Bill Ingalls/NASA via Getty Images)by Ralph Benko, Contributing Author: One ... discuss

This article was published by Wesley Smith on his blog on April 22, 2016Wesley SmithBy Wesley SmithThere has been a huge and alarming increase in the U.S. suicide rate. From the CDC announcement:  ... discuss

This article was published by Careful a Mercatornet blog on April 26, 2016.Supporters invoke Thomas Hobbes in a proposal to crush conscientious objection to euthanasia. Michael CookBy Michae ... discuss

This article was published by Not Dead Yet on April 26, 2016.Dear Disability Rights Supporter:Twenty years ago, on April 27th, at a disability rights gathering in Dallas, Bob Kafka, one of the leaders ... discuss

In the 2016 T4G, they used a few special videos titled, “Voices from the Past” and this particular video is titled, “What shall we do?”  It’s worthy of your time as we ... discuss

What is free will?  In this lesson taught by R. C. Sproul, he describes the different views and definitions while upholding the biblical view. 10 Things You Should Know about J. I. Packer ̵ ... discuss

Paul Washer preaching on the “narrow way” and explains why it’s necessary to examine yourself to see if you’re in the faith. Are Allah and Yahweh the Same? – R.C. S ... discuss

In 1750, Jonathan Edwards was fired from his church.  A source of controversy regarding the Lord’s Supper created a division between he and his people and this culminated in his termination af ... discuss

In a recent sermon, Alistair Begg explains that we as Christians are saved by grace. This is more than an elementary statement, it’s a deep theological truth. 7 Preacher Landmines – ... discuss

Patrick Murray es un joven aficionado del arte y la liturgia católica que un buen día de abril de 2016 puso en su blog Art and liturgy un reto: ¿cuál es la iglesia más bella de los Estados Unidos ... discuss

El 13 de abril el blog Actualidad y Análisis publicó un artículo que pronto encontró eco en la prensa: el gobierno mexicano nacionalizaría la "nueva" basílica de Guadalupe en la Ciudad de Méxic ... discuss

Last week a brother from my fellowship asked me about abolitionism. Most of the discussion centered around what it means for a preborn human to be alive and why a human ought not to be murdered. It wa ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include a selection for pastors from Crossway: Dangerous Calling by Paul Tripp ($3.99); The Pastor’s Justification by Jared Wilson ($3.99); Expositional Preach ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include Designed for Joy edited by Jonathan Parnell & Owen Strachan ($2.99); Passport Through Darkness by Kimberley Smith (free); Ready for Reformation? by Tom Nettl ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include Same-Sex Attraction by Ed Shaw ($2.99); The Measure of a Man by Gene Getz ($1.99); Jesus Behaving Badly by Mark Strauss ($2.99); The Gospel-Driven Life by Mi ... discuss

Harriet Tubman Harriet Tubman will soon be on the American $20 bill, so perhaps you should read this quick refresher from Christianity Today. (And, of course, there is Joe Carter’s ... discuss

It was a joy to meet so many of you at the Sex, Sin, & Salvation conference here in Pittsburgh. I’m heading back to Toronto this morning and looking forward to leading a quick breakout s ... discuss

The last couple of weeks have been fairly quiet when it comes to letters to the editor. Not surprisingly, the majority of them dealt with the article I wrote on evolution and the age of the un ... discuss

Over the course of my years of parenting, I have picked up advice from a hundred different sources. Like most parents I have read a few books on parenting, some of them general works and some ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include Preaching the Old Testament by Scott Gibson ($2.99) and NIV Zondervan Study Bible edited by D.A. Carson ($4.99). Beyond that, you may be interested in t ... discuss

There are some good Kindle deals today: B&H has put many of their New American Commentary Studies on sale for $0.99 each: Believer’s Baptism by Thomas Schreiner; Enthrone ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include just a few: War of the World Views by Ken Ham ($2.99), A Place of Healing by Joni Eareckson Tada ($1.99), and Picture Perfect by Amy Baker ($1.99). Also ... discuss

Many of the great joys I’ve had in the years I’ve been running this site are the ones experienced doing projects together. We’ve read a long selection of classic Christian books together ... discuss

Sorting through all of the possibilities, I came to just a few noteworthy Kindle deals: Seeing Christ In All of Scripture by Westminster Seminary ($2.99); Baptist Foundations by Mark Dever & J ... discuss

This week's giveaway is sponsored by FamilyLife who also sponsored the blog this week. There will be 5 winners and each will receive their choice of Passport2Identity for Young Men,  ... discuss

This weekend’s Kindle deals include Think It Not Strange by John Piper ($2.99) and Read the Bible for Life by George Guthrie ($0.99). You will also find a couple of the Kindle devic ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include Joni and Ken by Joni Eareckson Tada ($1.99); Scientific Creationism by Henry Morris ($2.99); 50 Women Every Christian Should Know by Michelle DeRusha ($0.99) ... discuss

Michael Voris devotes a major part of his self-proclaimed apostolate to trying to destroy anyone in the Catholic Church who shows any compassion or empathy for homosexuals.  Voris especially goes ... discuss

St. Agnes of MontepulcianoApril 20 is the feast of St. Agnes of Montepulciano, a Dominican abbess and foundress in medieval Tuscany. Seventy years after Agnes died St. Catherine of Siena made a pilgri ... discuss

1.  The most important item on my Quick Takes List is this (drum roll):Coming May 13, on the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima, my new book, Learning to Love With the Saints a Spiritual Memoir.  S ... discuss

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenAcross most of the Western world, abortion has been legal in some circumstances for several decades. There have been several exceptions, most notably Ireland and Poland. Thes ... discuss

TweetBy Maaike Rosendal Recently my daughter Tisa and I went to the doctor for a checkup. While driving to our appointment, I told her what would happen. “She’ll look how big you are…” ... discuss

TweetBy Caroline SlingerlandI have never felt quite so encouraged and inspired, and yet so angry, in my life!  All day, my phone has been going virtually non-stop as messages come in via texts, F ... discuss

TweetWhy do you want to work with CCBR a second Summer?Spending a summer spreading truth about the injustice of abortion opened my eyes to how quickly our culture is sliding backwards. It is not an ex ... discuss

TweetWhat motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?Life is beautiful. Life is precious. And life is hard. It’s hard for teen moms to raise kids, its hard for dads ... discuss

TweetWhy do you want to work with CCBR a second summer?After one summer of working hard alongside the most incredible people I’ve ever met and seeing countless fruits of this work, it’s hard to im ... discuss

TweetWhat motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?I am a university student and almost every day there is a new protest, fundraiser, or cause promoted on campus. I ... discuss

TweetWhy do you want to work with CCBR a second Summer?I chose to work with CCBR again this summer because abortion is still a reality in this country. Every day 300 vulnerable pre-born children are v ... discuss

TweetBy Caroline SlingerlandIt’s a storm that’s been brewing in my mind for quite some time, but I could never quite express why it made me uncomfortable; I just knew that it did.  Much of it ... discuss

TweetWhat motivated you to join the pro-­life movement? What continues to motivate you? Innocent children die every single day because there are no abortion laws in Canada, and the fact that the ... discuss

TweetWhat motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?What motivated me to join the pro-life movement, is that abortion is happening every day, all the time and that wo ... discuss

TweetWhy do you want to work with CCBR a second Summer?My internship with CCBR last summer was by far the hardest, yet most rewarding thing I have ever done with my life. The experiences that were had ... discuss

Echo Zoe Radio kicks off the 9th year of the podcast with guest Michelle Lesley. Michelle is an author and blogger at michellelesleybooks.com, and joins us this episode to talk about Women’s Ministr ... discuss

Back in 2005, a fellow named Bobby Henderson, protesting the teaching of intelligent design, created a satirical deity, the Flying Spaghetti Monster.He originally wrote a letter citing the Monster, th ... discuss

One great practical benefit of having both morning and evening worship is that it provides an excellent structure to help families sanctify the Lord’s Day. The two worship services become like booke ... discuss

“One Nation Under God” is a perceptive and peaceable volume. Throughout the material the authors thoughtfully interact with several thinkers, to include Lesslie Newbigin, N.T. Wright, Martin Luthe ... discuss

The Ultimate Apologist’s Reading List | Catholic Answers div> ... discuss

Who am I?  What do I stand for?  Today it seems like people have been brainwashed by consumerism.  People don't necessarily have faiths they defend or causes they believe in anymore, th ... discuss

Pope Francis Meets Bernie Sanders, Vatican Confirms |Blogs | NCRegister.com div> ... discuss

Silence Really Can Be the Best Method of Evangelization |Blogs | NCRegister.com div> ... discuss

J. WRITES: I’m always encouraged to hear what other Christians are reading in Scripture for their devotions. So what are you reading? Are you using a read-the-Bible-in-a-year plan? Tell me abou ... discuss

When I was asked to participate in a blog tour for The Walls Are Talking, the first person I actually thought of was Maggie. In You Can Share the Faith, I tell Maggie's story: Maggie had an abort ... discuss

The author is calling America to rouse from her dreamy state of neutrality that she might come to the aid of her kith and kin across the ocean.  The same author would appear just a few days later wit ... discuss

Heath traces the devastating impact of sin in every dimension of human existence and carefully distinguishes between three different ways we experience sin — the sinful world we live in, personal si ... discuss

After proudly setting up Gravity Forms on our latest WordPress website, we ran into issue where the forms would never deliver the notifications. The client’s email, hosted through Google, would ... discuss

One of the most frequent topics that we are approached with after launching a new website is long term maintenance and management. It is clear that long term care is essential to both maintaining ... discuss

While this blog continues to languish...I'm watching "A Bone to Pick: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery" #NowPlaying on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries #TV channel.The film is starting out with a discussion ... discuss

What does Jean Valjean have to do with Caitlyn Jenner? Our own Dr. Bill Brown explains over at his blog, Radical Life. ... discuss

“Mississippi has taken a courageous and righteous step toward protecting children in the womb from the barbarity of a dismemberment abortion. Gov. Phil Bryant, state legislators and every resident ... discuss

Dear Friends, News about the persecution of Christians around the world has become more frequent and more vivid. We are jarred by the growing stream of photos showing bloodied corpses and crying child ... discuss

You know how it is. This is how we do it. Rollin’ deep, son. And other cool catchphrases. And such. Welcome to the Weekly Town Crier. This is the online space reserved for me to pass along links ... discuss

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“We who are many are one body, for we all partake of the one bread” (1 Cor. 10:17). Reflection: When we call each other “brothers and sisters,” we are not merely using a met ... discuss

(CNN Money) – A summer with his grandfather was all it took for him to be inspired. When Mukund Venkatakrishnan was 14, he visited India and was tasked with helping his grandfather get tested a ... discuss

In the wake of the Center for Medical Progress’s first two sting videos against Planned Parenthood, pro-lifers have focused mostly on the barbarism of crushing and crunching, and on the fact tha ... discuss

  Secular Pro-Life has published an article of mine under their paid blogging program.   You may leave a reply, if you wish, without giving your name or email address. If you do give your e ... discuss

  Secular Pro-Life has published an article co-authored by Kelsey Hazzard of SPL, and me.   You may leave a reply, if you wish, without giving your name or email address. If you do give your ... discuss

In the Strange Fire Conference, Conrad Mbewe preached on the subject, “Are We Preachers or Witch Doctors?”  This sermon is helpful to consider the landscape of the charismatic movement i ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include Christians Are Hate-Filled Hypocrites by Bradley Wright ($0.99); Reformation by Carl Trueman ($2.99); The Band That Played On by Steve Turner ($1.99); How To ... discuss

These lessons about how to interpret and apply the Scriptures of the Old Testament help us in getting the most out of our reading and studying of Scripture. I’ve also found that these principles of ... discuss

As our church continues to raise up, install or send ministers into pastoral ministry, I find the need to address this issue all the more pressing. Not merely the failure of public ministers, but the ... discuss

So holiness is necessary and it should be examined prior to ordination. But what does it look like? Durham gave five positive requirements. First, holiness is evidenced by ruling a household well (1 T ... discuss

By Stephanie Pacheco This is the second of two reflections on the Holy Father’s recent exhortation. Read the first here. Having discussed some of the tone and controversy, what does Pope Francis ... discuss

I love this beautiful customizable Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Ribbon! It's lovely with the butterfly incorporated. It looks like watercolor, which reminds me of the watercolor rose and lily i ... discuss

Bill C-14, “An Act to amend the Criminal Code and to make related amendments to other Acts (medical assistance in dying),” was tabled [introduced] today in the House of Commons. The bill claims to ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: You may have missed it. I wasn’t so lucky. This past Tuesday was “Equal Pay Day.”“[T]he typical woman who works full-time earns 79-cents for every dollar th ... discuss

I keep meaning to update the blog. I keep meaning to write something. I just never get around to it. I have about 20 tabs open on my browser of things I want to comment. So instead of waiting to write ... discuss

There are three bills that may be voted on very soon.  Please make calls to your Representative to stop these bills! Illinois Pro-abort Bill: Public Aid for Abortions - ACTION AL ... discuss

“Naturally the Zika virus is a cause for concern, and we call upon governments and medical professionals to continue to develop appropriate treatments and interventions. But in no way does this jus ... discuss

“Take care that you do not despise one of these little ones, for I tell you that their angels in heaven gaze continually on the face of my heavenly Father” (Matthew 18:10). Reflection: ... discuss

 Adult Stem Cell Success Against Myasthenia GravisBy Wesley J. Smith Editor’s note. This appeared on Wesley’s great blog. “Lymphocytes” are white blood cells that provide long ... discuss

ROSE WRITES: Being a Christian, I know that I’m called to be involved in the global spreading of God’s gospel (Matt. 28:19-20). But being a teenager, I know that I can’t go overseas ... discuss

Paris, France, Apr 14, 2016 / 03:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Bishop Bernard Fellay, head of the traditionalist Society of St. Pius X, has reportedly discussed several positive aspects of his meeting with ... discuss

Please watch this video it contains instructions on how to be notified of new postings on this blog. ... discuss

By TITO EDWARDS | The Law Before ‘Amoris’ Is The Law After - Edward N. Peters J.C.D. J.D., In the Light of the Law a Canon Law Blog My Experience at a Pro-life R ... discuss

But the Bible is surprisingly quiet when it comes to laying out a system of courtship. Courtship Systems are cultural, and the Bible rarely advocates one cultural approach over another. God’s heart ... discuss

Do not be overly inflamed or infatuated by the political process. Jesus is king; he is going nowhere. He is the one who enthrones and dethrones. No ruler exists who is not placed there by his sovereig ... discuss

By Stephanie Pacheco Amoris Laetitia is turning heads. The commentary in the short few days since its release on the morning of Friday, April 8, has been eruptive. Slate Magazine, admittedly not the c ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - I write words and music about the rhyme and reason of life. OK…so impress me already Everybody cops an attitude once in a while. Right? Even songwriters. Way back in 1988 I was ... discuss

  Guest blog post by Anthony Jones I had no idea what I was getting into. I thought it would just be something that I worked on for half an hour a week before sharing it with a few friends. Littl ... discuss

by Judicial Watch: Islamic terrorists and droves of illegal immigrants-mainly youths-have slipped into the United States through Mexico recently, but the deputy secretary of the Department of Homela ... discuss

Cecile Richards finds it ‘incredible’ and hypocritical that we want to provide health insurance coverage in a way consistent with our religious freedom,” Fr. Frank stated. “Ac ... discuss

“The Court has asked us the right question. They asked us to draw the line, as believers, between behavior that is acceptable and behavior that is unacceptable to our faith. We have done so. No ... discuss

Did Marco Rubio endorse Ted Cruz in an interview last night? Not officially, but the pro-life Florida senator and former presidential candidate stopped just short of endorsing his pro-life colleague f ... discuss

The big-name couple that once made headlines for practicing abstinence is now capturing attention for their God-centered relationship. Singer Ciara graced the cover of Essence magazine’s May issue. ... discuss

“Some scribes who were Pharisees noticed that Jesus was eating with sinners and tax collectors, and they asked his disciples, ‘Why does he eat with tax collectors and sinners?'” (Ma ... discuss

The Big Bang Theory, arguably TV’s most popular comedy today, captured an adorable, life-affirming moment in its latest episode when three of the characters listened to an unborn baby’s he ... discuss

Do you truly know the Lord?  Paul Washer’s sermon from 2 Corinthians 5 is one that you will want to listen to carefully. New book: Why the Reformation Still Matters – A new book wo ... discuss

Apathy makes me angry. Why? Because it steals. It kills. It destroys. Recently I have taken a hard look at the areas in my life that I haven’t wanted to touch with a ten-foot pole. Most of these ... discuss

Libraries Struggle to Remain Relevant WORLD reports on the struggles libraries face as they attempt to stay relevant in a digital world. Thinking? Conference 2016 If you are in ... discuss

By TITO EDWARDS | There Will Be Those Who Will Contort Amoris Laetitia Into the Kasper Proposal – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog Catholics: What Should Our Political Stance B ... discuss

Why am I so afraid to believe in Jesus? Honesty hour: this is the first time I’ve put words to that creeping fear that lives in the shadows of my mind. Here’s what I am learning: humans have up ... discuss

PETER WRITES: Do you ever feel bored when you spend time with God? Are you falling asleep reading your bible? I know sometimes I have a hard time just getting started, because I know it might take a ... discuss

This reflection is taken from my book, Pro-Life Reflections for Every Day, which is available for purchase at: ProLifeReflectionsForEveryDay.org “God’s love was revealed to us in this way: God se ... discuss

“The LORD God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it.” (Genesis 2:15). Reflection: The Lord commands Adam to care for the garden. But Adam failed, b ... discuss

Now, employers would be required to provide coverage for abortifacients and other drugs and procedures that are highly objectionable to many people of faith. But again, this pressure did not come fro ... discuss

‘Service of the Gospel of life is thus an immense and complex task. This service increasingly appears as a valuable and fruitful area for positive cooperation with our brothers and sisters of other ... discuss

“Also, the fact that the Court is asking us to describe a better solution that would truly accommodate our religious beliefs indicates that it is looking for a ‘less restrictive’ me ... discuss

“A law which violates an innocent person’s natural right to life is unjust and, as such, is not valid as a law” – Evangelium Vitae 90. Reflection: The Church does not say that l ... discuss

“The new nuncio comes at a critical time in the United States, when the battle for life, marriage and religious freedom will be greatly affected by a very tumultuous election,” Father Pavone ... discuss

George McFall clearly needed some of David Shimp’s bone marrow more than Shimp needed it. When Shimp – McFall’s first cousin – refused to give it, McFall took him to court. The judge’s gavel ... discuss

If Jesus Ran for Public Office ... discuss

....is at Dymphna's blog. It brought tears to my eyes and a stab to my heart because I know some of these women. And then read this one. Thanks for your wisdom, Dymphna! ... discuss

  Bishop defends inviting pro-abortion Sanders to Vatican conference  Calvin Freiburger  A Vatican official is defending the decision to invite pro-abortion Democratic preside ... discuss

Arts Everyday Living ... discuss

Amoris Laetitia is Good for the Church and Good for Families |Blogs | NCRegister.com div> ... discuss

Deacon-structing end-of-life issues: The Law | Salt + Light Blog div> ... discuss

First Thoughts on “Amoris Laetitia” |Blogs | NCRegister.com div> ... discuss

Why Miracles Are Not Incompatible with Science div> ... discuss

Update: Welcome, JAG readers! And my readers: I am being refuted. For the record, I didn't consider this post to be an attack -- just an engagement. Truth is, I sort of want to be persuaded by this pa ... discuss

(Note: The first leg of our "When Swing Was King" road trip to San Antonio and then Oklahoma City is described in this Vital Signs Blog post.)...Leaving Bryan and Janet was tough. We had such a g ... discuss

In the wake of two large-scale prayer gatherings this past weekend where tens of thousands joined together with faith—AzusaNow in Los Angeles and UnitedCry DC16 in Washington, DC—questions arise a ... discuss

Vatican City, Apr 12, 2016 / 05:42 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis has appointed French-born Archbishop Christophe Pierre as the Vatican ambassador to the U.S., replacing Archbishop Carlo Maria Viga ... discuss

There were quite a number of letters to the editor this week, and they were mostly related to two articles. Once again, my gratitude goes to all those who took the time to write. Comments ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include several from Reformation Heritage Books: Planting, Watering, Growing by Daniel Hyde ($2.99); Sing a New Song and Encouragement for Today’s Pa ... discuss

Maybe we are growing too accustomed to these Reformed mega-conferences. If that’s the case, we should think back to the time—it was only a few years ago—when there appeared to be ... discuss

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenDishonesty is an almost universal characteristic of abortion activists. Language like “pro-choice,” “reproductive rights,” “clump of cells,” and a mob of other in ... discuss

Nobody talks about how much pressure answering the call to missions puts on a marriage and few people understand the risk of their marriage imploding because they are on the field. We have seen this p ... discuss

Today, with much conversation revolving around whether or not theology is even an appropriate endeavor at all, this idea of “good and necessary consequences” takes on renewed import. For Christia ... discuss

So I managed to finished the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia.   It took forever to finish. It was like watching a four-hour movie. Even if it was mostly good, you wanted it to be ove ... discuss

by Patrick Buchanan: In the race for the Republican nomination, Donald Trump would seem to be in the catbird seat. He has won the most states, the most delegates and the most votes — by nearly two ... discuss

. . . To Trade Deficits Since 2000! Editorial Cartoon by William Warrenby Robert Romano: “We do not get to add 16 years of deficits and then add that to one year of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), wh ... discuss

This reflection is taken from my book, Pro-Life Reflections for Every Day, which is available for purchase at: ProLifeReflectionsForEveryDay.org “Do not put an innocent or honest person to death, f ... discuss

Lo informa y publica en su blog la Unión Nacional de Padres de Familia (México).-Niñas de 12 años pueden abortar sin informar a sus padresLa NOM-046 hace a un lado la patria potesdad, pues las ni ... discuss

Is The End of Western Civilization in Sight? Moore said the influx of 1.5 million migrants into Europe so far with another 3 million expected “poses a huge threat to the future of Western civilizat ... discuss

I trust you are enjoying your weekend as it begins to get underway. Aileen is off at a conference today so I’m pulling double-duty here at home. Then we swap for next week as I head down ... discuss

J. WRITES: It’s only in the last year that I’ve really started listening to podcasts and realizing their benefits, both for entertainment and teaching value. I listen to both fun and seri ... discuss

“In Horton’s terms, the main themes of the book can be summarized in four words: a) the drama of redemption, b) the doctrine of Scripture, c) doxology (praise/worship), and d) discipleship. ... discuss

Such “holy and lawful laughter” is contagious and inviting. It includes rather than excludes. The inviting and inclusive nature of holy laughter is witnessed in vs. 6, when Sarah notes tha ... discuss

“He insists that today’s debates about the sufficiency of Scripture in counseling have been addressed in the past in that confessional statements have not only addressed the sufficiency of Scr ... discuss

Part of the Oscar Straus Memorial in Washington, D.C. honoring the right to worship."Without freedom of thought there can be no such thing as wisdom & no such thing as publick liberty without freedom ... discuss

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Reflections of a Paralytic Dec 31, 1969, 6:00 pm
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