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This week, a coalition of pro-life and faith-based groups—most based in Texas—are coming together under the banner Texas Loves Life. We’re not doing it for press conferences, lobbying or other c ... discuss

“Let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor that which is evil. Cling to that which is good. In love of the brothers be tenderly affectionate one to another; in honor preferring one another; not lagging i ... discuss

Last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a public health emergency over the growing spread of the Zika virus in Latin America and parts of the Caribbean. During their analysis of the le ... discuss

There were things I liked about this, and things I didn’t: So I kept what I liked, changed what I didn’t, and created a blank template for you to fill in with coupons to give your beloved ... discuss

This past Sunday the 50th Super Bowl, a game held between the Panthers and the Broncos, went down in the history books. It proved to be an exciting game overall. Peyton Manning (and the Broncos’ ... discuss

As a Christian I beg to differ on both counts.  With regard to gender, God created them both male and female.  The female is called the weaker vessel (1 Peter 3:7).  This has implications for all a ... discuss

We cannot “humanize” what is already human, but we can certainly dehumanize the humanity around, or within, us. The abortion lobby wants the “fetus” to be thought of only in clinical language, ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music Share The treasure because faith comes by hearing How many movies have you watched where an archaeologist, or scientist, or group of ... discuss

What You Need To Know AboutLead Poisoning - Flint Editionby Bob McDowell, Contributing Author: Recently in the news their have been banner headlines about ‘lead contamination’ in the water distr ... discuss

A Louisiana judge sided with abortion advocates Wednesday and ruled against a state law that would ensure abortion clinics are meeting basic health and safety requirements. Baton Rouge District Judge ... discuss

One of the most contested issues in this still young century is the nature of marriage. Those who do not believe that all human beings have a common nature, or in a law that emerges from that nature, ... discuss

Sanders & Trump win respective NH PrimariesPaul Jacob, Common Sense: Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders winning in New Hampshire is as good an indicator as any that Americans — or at least Live Free or ... discuss

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On Living Differently today, a guest essay by Karen Edmisten and a book giveaway!I highly recommend this terrific little book for those who wish to share their faith with others – especially with t ... discuss

Abortion clinics in Texas are trying to recruit support from women in a new public relations campaign this week, even as they fight against a state law requiring basic health protections for woman. Re ... discuss

“Let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor that which is evil. Cling to that which is good. In love of the brothers be tenderly affectionate one to another; in honor preferring one another; not lagging i ... discuss

  The jury is still out on what actually happened with the Harris County grand jury  The Editors  Last month, Center for Medical Progress founder, David Daleiden, was indict ... discuss

I’m reading Anya Kamenetz’s The Test: Why Our Schools Are Obsessed With Standardized Testing – But You Don’t Have To Be and am at a point where I want to filter and sort throug ... discuss

I gleaned and gathered these from elsewhere- they are not all original to me.   Should he/she have done that? How does x compare with y? What is x? What do you mean by that? What was going on at ... discuss

Ultimately, I think that Evans’ book is the result of the experientialism so common in the Church today. Despite her claims that she would follow the Bible’s instructions for women without picking ... discuss

Now, what does all of this have to do with the contradictions between these Gospels? Well, think about it: If four different people write about someone’s life and public ministry, they’re ... discuss

When a pastor insists on his preferences and suggests they are biblical truths, he will lose trust and influence. Church members have the Holy Spirit and the Bible at their disposal just like he does, ... discuss

Robert Pape, an associate professor of political science at the University of Chicago, asserts that suicide bombing is primarily "part of an organized campaign to compel a modern democracy to withdraw ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: According to a weekend CNN-WMUR poll in New Hampshire, Sen. Bernie Sanders leads former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by eight percentage points.Among women. ... discuss

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(Previously) Some of this has absolutely no bearing on today, at least not in the U.S. Some of it presents useful principles and ideas.  The illustrations are mostly advertisements I found in a 1920 ... discuss

Last week, on February 3rd, Johns Hopkins University’s Medical Students for Choice hosted Dr. Leroy Carhart at an open invitation dinner event. Dr. Carhart is one of only a handful of late-term ab ... discuss

By Michele Hendrickson Last week, on February 3rd, Johns Hopkins University’s Medical Students for Choice hosted Dr. Leroy Carhart at an open invitation dinner event. Dr. Carhart is one of only ... discuss

This week, a coalition of pro-life and faith-based groups—most based in Texas—are coming together under the banner Texas Loves Life.  We’re not doing it for press conferences, lobbying or other ... discuss

Following excerpted from an oop book, Romping through Mathematics: AS Easy as One, Two, Three ARITHMETIC ARITHMETIC is the science of numbers just as botany is the science of plants and astronomy the ... discuss

“Let love be without hypocrisy. Abhor that which is evil. Cling to that which is good. In love of the brothers be tenderly affectionate one to another; in honor preferring one another; not lagging i ... discuss

Abortion activists like to say women should have the “right to choose” abortion and the decision should be between her and her doctor alone. But too often women say having an abortion was not thei ... discuss

By Micaiah Bilger Abortion activists like to say women should have the “right to choose” abortion and the decision should be between her and her doctor alone. But too often women say having an a ... discuss

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The best things in life are rarely the easy things, are they? The best things in life tend to require the most commitment, the most effort, and the most sacrifice. By that measure, marriage is ... discuss

Providence, R.I., Feb 9, 2016 / 03:00 am (National Catholic Register).- When recent headlines marked a spike in drug overdoses for white, middle-class Americans, the news saddened but did not surprise ... discuss

“During the years of his pastorate, Alexander preached often, led catechism classes for the youth, and yet still made time to answer Thomas Paine’s Deism.  During these years, he develope ... discuss

“A worship minister shared with us this tragic story. He was caught up in some worship wars, an all too common reality. The worship leader, however, was pretty thick-skinned, and moved forward d ... discuss

“Machen didn’t much care for politics. He saw it as inherently stifling and anti-individual. The idea that true Christianity was to even a small degree compatible with any form of statism — ... discuss

By Don DeMarco, Ph. D. Choice has been elevated to philosophical heights. It allegedly captures the essence of the human being as an autonomous agent who is free to make choices concerning his persona ... discuss

I couldn't watch Saturday night's GOP debate live. Before catching up to it on video, I was of course privy to the common opinion that Marco Rubio shot himself in the foot by repeating himself four ti ... discuss

Self-Induced in Pittsburgh, 1919On February 8, 1919, Ruth Fragale, a 20-year-old clerk, died at her home in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her mother and her sister said that Ruth had taken ill on Sunday, ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton rails against a "political system hijacked by billionaires and special interests." Billionaire George Soros just w ... discuss

Maryland State Houseby Hans von Spakovsky: On Thursday, a three-judge panel vacated a ruling by a Maryland district court that had upheld the state’s ban on so-called “assault weapons” and larg ... discuss

Editorial Cartoon By William Warrenby Dustin Howard: As it will soon be known, in the bad old days of President Obama’s second term, he used the Department of Justice (DOJ) to attack his most hat ... discuss

By Micaiah Bilger Every week, pro-abortion presidential candidate Hillary Clinton makes another statement that solidifies her radical opposition to protections for unborn babies at all stages of life ... discuss

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Every week, pro-abortion presidential candidate Hillary Clinton makes another statement that solidifies her radical opposition to protections for unborn babies at all stages of life. On Monday, the De ... discuss

By Fr. Frank Pavone | “Respect for human life finds an ultimate expression in the bond of love the mother has for her child….While we find no reliable data to measure the phenomenon, ... discuss

Looks good at first glance.  And if you look closely (see the girl child’s speech, for instance) you see this wasn’t really made with an American audience in mind, and things are probably ... discuss

By Chriss RaineyThe subject of Freemasonry is complicated. It has a long and mysterious history involving people across several continents and individuals whose personal reputations we often find dif ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include A Loving Life by Paul Miller ($3.99); Loving the Way Jesus Loves by Philip Ryken ($3.99); New from GLH Publishing is The Freedom of the Will by Jonathan Edwa ... discuss

It brings me great joy to share this post by Renee (Susi) regarding her healing as the sibling of an aborted baby. I am so proud of her! I remember so well her anxiety and fear as she embarked upon ... discuss

Parent’s Review, volume 19, no. 10, October, 1908 NATURE STUDY IN THE HOME (Lecture delivered to the Bolton Branch of the P.N.E.U. by the Rev. A. Thornsley, M.A., F.L.S. Nature Study the Childre ... discuss

So we must be careful when talking about our inner voice and the Spirit’s speaking to us. The Bible tells us that the inner voice IS NOT the voice of the Spirit. Instead, the inner voice, as it grow ... discuss

Timothy, Titus, and Silas all appear in the New Testament writings as missionary companions of and co-workers with, the Apostle Paul.Titus is mentioned as a companion of Paul in some of his epistles ( ... discuss

I’m reading aloud from a paper the Rev. Thornley presented at a branch meeting of a Parents’ National Education Union meeting in 1908. Apologies in advance for a few things- floundering,  ... discuss

Vatican City, Feb 7, 2016 / 04:23 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Vatican’s recent financial reforms have the common good – not just efficiency – as their end, said an economist on the Holy ... discuss

Hannah and I visit with Mike Huckabee in November 2007 I started blogging in 2007, in an effort to help Mike Huckabee in his first presidential bid. Alas, that did not come to fruition, but the OneMom ... discuss

"Black Hole" NASA, via Wikimedia ImagesIf someone asks me, "Why do you believe in God?" I don't necessarily say "I just have faith." Many might say that. But for someone who asks that question, ... discuss

Today parents are sometimes pressured to abort simply because their unborn child has a cleft lip, a correctable condition. Physicians categorize it as a disability. Yet a surprising number of successf ... discuss

By Emily Derois Today parents are sometimes pressured to abort simply because their unborn child has a cleft lip, a correctable condition. Physicians categorize it as a disability. Yet a surprising n ... discuss

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — A pollster warned the University of Iowa last year that its public standing was suffering from an image as a heavy-drinking school where sexual assault was too common. ... discuss

If the June 15, 2015 date is correct, the Magna Carta has been with Great Britain for eight centuries. British monarchs succeeding King John have renewed and reissued the charter, an exercise that in ... discuss

Ever since Donald Trump’s rise to 2016-contender prominence, the rap on him, and perhaps part of his broad appeal, has been that he’s not a conservative. And he’s not — he’s a nationalistic ... discuss

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Republican House Representative from Michigan’s 7th District Tim Walberg was once a leading “birther” not so long ago, when he was seeking a seat in the U.S. House in the 2010 election. This is ... discuss

Perhaps NAACP now stands for the National Association for the Advancement of Cursing and Profanity. Don Harris is the white head (yes, he really is white, and reminiscent of a pustule, and, unlike Rac ... discuss

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. John Bel Edwards is ending Louisiana's lawsuit against President Barack Obama's administration over Common Core education standards. ... discuss

A series of principles. “Can a blind man lead a blind man? Will they not both fall into a pit? A disciple is not above his teacher, but every one when he is fully taught will be like his teache ... discuss

To end with one down-to-earth example: How is it that the most Catholic continent of all, South America, with an open field for continuously implementing Catholic social thought ever since 1891, shoul ... discuss

www.heartforhosting.org We are not special. There were orphans in need of love, attention, families, care, attention, and oh, dear, Lord, food, long before we did our orphan hosting this past Christ ... discuss

DURHAM, N.H. (AP) — It was the sharpest, most caustic debate yet for Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. ... discuss

Boulder, Colo., Feb 6, 2016 / 04:07 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- An auditorium on the campus of the University of Colorado bustled with hundreds of people as a crowd of students and non-students alike gathere ... discuss

from: History Tales for Primary Grades by John Walter Wayland, published in 1919, and intended for teachers to use in the lower grades. He explains in the intro: “A studious effort has been made ... discuss

 “Inconvenient truths” undermine case for Physician-Assisted SuicideBy Dave Andrusko I was lucky enough to be included in an email distributed to a number of people and organizat ... discuss

 Making suicide easier – and no one takes noticeBy Paul Russell, Director, Hope Australia “The reality is, a portion of our population will suicide and I don’t think we should ma ... discuss

Washington D.C., Feb 6, 2016 / 05:59 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Controversy has erupted in recent weeks over a beloved American pastime and – considering the risk it poses – whether or not the g ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music The treasure you seek is found in God’s word How many movies have you watched where an archaeologist, or scientist, or group of a ... discuss

“When I read these articles I was struck by the contrast with so many Christian deathbeds that I’ve been present at. Yes, some Christians do look back with regret on parts of their lives, but ... discuss

by Gary Bauer, Contributing Author: It is a phrase I have repeated over and over again during recent national debates about immigration reform: "Border security is national security." There is nothing ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Bernie Sanders is worse than merely wrong about the rich not paying their fair share of taxes.It’s we, the much-lauded “Ninety-nine Percenters,” who don’t p ... discuss

I came across a reference to a crex rug in a vintage article, and I had no idea what that was. So I had to hunt it up. More here. (House and Garden, 1915) There’s a great article here about t ... discuss

Cobbled together from various sources. The lady with roses and umbrella is from a 1915 textile magazine cover. The couple in the 3rd panel are from a Maude and Miska Petersham illustration in a chil ... discuss

Though I have not yet made it over to the Welcome Diner, I welcome you to the Weekly Town Crier. This is the spot on the Interwebs where I regularly collect and distribute links of interest to people ... discuss

By Micaiah Bilger A New Hampshire House committee struck down two bills Tuesday that would have protected babies from the violence of abortion. The state House Judiciary Committee narrowly voted aga ... discuss

A New Hampshire House committee struck down two bills Tuesday that would have protected babies from the violence of abortion. The state House Judiciary Committee narrowly voted against a bill that wou ... discuss

Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Feb 4, 2016 / 04:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Évila Quintana Molina is a single mother in a Mexican prison. She has never spoken in public, to protect her little daughter from b ... discuss

By Charlie LewisFor those who know me or have heard me speak against assisted suicide and euthanasia, you will be familiar with my struggle with spinal problems. I realized that my testimony about my ... discuss

By Steven Ertelt President Barack Obama was quick to bring up religious freedom on Wednesday during his first visit to a mosque as president and again Thursday morning during his speech at the Natio ... discuss

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Federal scientists investigating a massive die-off of common murres (merz) off Alaska say they're facing multiple unknowns about the seabirds, including what they eat in win ... discuss

President Barack Obama was quick to bring up religious freedom on Wednesday during his first visit to a mosque as president and again Thursday morning during his speech at the National Prayer Breakfas ... discuss

Will Smith was recently featured along with several other actors on one of The Hollywood Reporter’s (THR) hour-long roundtable discussions. Not only did Will Smith make a relativistic statement, but ... discuss

By Dave Andrusko On Tuesday Missouri became the latest state to debate banning a particularly hideous abortion technique when a House committee heard testimony about the Unborn Child Protection from ... discuss

By Micaiah Bilger Kerrie Evans (pictured above) readily admitted to a Montana judge Wednesday that she would have aborted her daughter if she had known that her baby had cystic fibrosis; but she did ... discuss

On Tuesday Missouri became the latest state to debate banning a particularly hideous abortion technique when a House committee heard testimony about the Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abor ... discuss

Kerrie Evans (pictured above) readily admitted to a Montana judge Wednesday that she would have aborted her daughter if she had known that her baby had cystic fibrosis; but she didn’t find out u ... discuss

It's a genuine privilege to be part of Our Sunday Visitor's blog tour for a new book from my friend, María Ruiz Scaperlanda. Here she is:Don't you want to sit down and have a cup of coffee with ... discuss

Cornelius (in Greek, Κορνήλιος) was a Roman Centurion who is considered by Christians to be the first Gentile to convert to the faith, as related in Acts of the Apostles.Stationed in Caesarea ... discuss

One of the most country’s most widely known quirks is a satirist’s crafting of what’s still known as the Jante Law — the Ten Commandments of Buzzkill. “You shall not believe that you are som ... discuss

But when moral judgments are no more than expressions of individual sentiment at least two things take place. Because the locus of moral authority is the self rather than larger principle, disagreemen ... discuss

By Dr. Aaron Linderman The Catholic Church’s teachings regarding war and peace are challenging. While we happily affirm the general superiority of peace over war, violence has become so commonplace& ... discuss

Image SourceOn February 4, the Church commemorates St. Joan of Valois (also known as Jane, Jeanne, Joanna of France). The second daughter of Louis X1, King of France, and Charlotte of Savoy, she was b ... discuss

by Dustin Howard: Out of sheer self-interest, you would think Congress should realize it is bad politics to endanger their constituents by releasing convicts into their districts. Sadly, you would be ... discuss

NEW YORK (AP) — Warren Duncan has something in common with Madonna, Beyonce, Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen and Prince — and doesn't hesitate to let his grandchildren know about it every year abou ... discuss

Well, how much is hype and how much is legit? I have no idea, but here's an interesting article (below) that I read today and, guess what? We have the genetic engineers involved again. Are we seeing t ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: The Iowa caucuses were pretty much a dead-heat for the Democrats, with Hillary Clinton winning a number of precincts by the flip of a coin and barely edging out San ... discuss

Click to enlarge. SEt paper orientation to portrait, and select ‘fit to page’ (if you don’t, you won’t even get one per page). This will give you six small valentines with wo ... discuss

“At every turn, the abortion industry fights health and safety standards that offer real protection to women, going to court to keep profits high and standards low,” said AUL’s Dr. C ... discuss

by Dr. Thomas Sowell: Random thoughts on the passing scene:• Will this November's presidential election come down to a choice between a felon and a pied piper?• People who call Barack Obama a lame ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Both Germany and Japan now transfer money, on net, from the young to the old. Austria, Slovenia, and Hungary, The Economist reports, do the same.The instrument of t ... discuss

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Engaging the pro-aborts at GAP, because we respect the dignity of every human person. by Jacqueline Hawkins They curse.  They celebrate baby-killing.  Some would say they bask in the glow of the f ... discuss

This is a novel. It is based on Saint Augustine's Confessions where he shares about his romance with the only woman that he ever loved. I have not read those writings myself. Suzanne M. Wolfe launc ... discuss

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenIt was a couple years ago, at a conference of anti-abortion activists in the US. I gave a speech on the history of social reform, on how those exposing the reality of abortio ... discuss

It has now been 15 years since the U.S. approved the abortion pill, popularly known as RU-486, for consumer use. Available in this country since September 2000, The Guttmacher Institute reports medica ... discuss

By CHARLOTTE HAYS | WASHINGTON — After five tension-filled years, as Catholic schools and dioceses across the country faced the decision of whether to adopt Common Core State Standards, th ... discuss

Vatican City, Feb 2, 2016 / 05:59 am (CNA/EWTN News).- As the Chinese New Year approaches, Pope Francis has granted an interview to Hong Kong’s Asia Times in which he touches on an array of topi ... discuss

New York City, N.Y., Feb 2, 2016 / 06:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Peace was the focus of the Holy See's representative in a recent speech to the United Nations, where he renewed calls to support negotiati ... discuss

Should I talk to my dead relative?  This is a common question that I hear as a pastor.  Death is often a very difficult finality in this life.  We’re faced with the reality that we will not ... discuss

“It’s common now in this country to find parents who are chauffeuring their 8-year-old or 12-year-old around to various schools, among families that are choosing a school, and the parent funct ... discuss

By Veronica Arntz Find the developing series on issues to consider this election season here. Until very recently in our post-modern culture, marriage between one man and one woman, which naturally le ... discuss

Today the Church celebrates the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, which occurs forty days after the birth of Jesus and is also known as Candlemas day, since the blessing and procession of candles ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: The presidential campaign officially begins in Iowa. The Hawkeye State is also the nation’s corn-growing champion. Each year, Iowans sell 47 percent of that c ... discuss

1) The Provincial Lady in America by E. M. Delafield ~ I found this at Goodwill and was intrigued enough to invest .89 cents in it. Delafield was a British writer in the 1930s and is most famous for ... discuss

Click to enlarge.  Change your settings to landscape and print to fit. The image with a square on the top right for a stamp is obviously meant for an envelope.  You can paste it to an envelope or j ... discuss

 Planned Parenthood in South Carolina fights fine for cooking the remains of aborted babiesBy Holly Gatling, Executive Director, South Carolina Citizens for Life South Carolina has a ... discuss

Rafael Sabatini's Captain Blood is a story I've enjoyed in the past but it never prompted me to explore his other novels. This is, apparently, the time for exploration. It began with noticing The Sea- ... discuss

This sponsored post was prepared by Professors J. Scott Duvall and J. Daniel Hays on behalf of Zondervan Academic Online Courses. It’s common for Christians to say they’ve read the Bible ... discuss

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Sooner and faster doesn’t produce excellence in academics: I find myself wondering if the methodology that enables young children to achieve so much so early actually hinders their long-term pr ... discuss

  January 18 at 9:59pm · “THROUGH A RAPIST’S EYES” (PLEASE TAKE TIME TO READ THIS… it may save a life.) Click Share Button To share it on your Wall. THOUGHT THIS WAS GOOD ... discuss

But, outside of these (and similar) circumstances, if it’s two Christians getting married I simply encourage them to let the blood of Christ cover their sexual pasts just as it has every other sin i ... discuss

By Fr. C. J. McCloskey Find the developing series on issues to consider this election season here. When considering economic principles and the faith, it is important to take a step back from the poli ... discuss

by NRA-ILA: Here’s perhaps the most compelling argument we’ve heard against Hillary Clinton’s bid for the White House. Continuing her streak of adopting terrible (and perhaps planted) suggestion ... discuss

On the last day of 2015 the longest serving member of President Obama’s Cabinet, Arne Duncan, quietly stepped down from his official position as what the Washington Post called “the most powerful ... discuss

The Commonwealth Freedom of Movement Organization wants to see free movement policies between Canada, the U.K., Australia and New Zealand. (Commonwealth Freedom of Movement Organization)From cbcnews-B ... discuss

  Some people have called stress the “new normal.” A quick look at the stats seem to support this. A 2012 study at Carnegie Mellon University reports that stress levels were up between 10 to 30 ... discuss

Can you imagine a pastor/teacher that doesn’t have any good things to say-ever? Of course not! They wouldn’t last five minutes. Having some good things to say does not qualify anyone for ministry. ... discuss

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Research by both Planned Parenthood and scholar Nancy Howell Lee into pre-legalization abortion practice found that most abortion-minded women availed themselves of the services of physicians. The sec ... discuss

Calgary, Canada, Jan 29, 2016 / 06:03 am (CNA/EWTN News).- “Totalitarianism.” That was the word the Bishop of Calgary used to describe the Alberta government’s new mandatory gender g ... discuss

The subject of hymns replacing Mass Propers is not a new one.  Often there is a simple misunderstanding of spoken versus sung Mass, and the lack of catechesis on this topic. It appears common in ... discuss

LaVoy Finicum talking to mediaExcept for a very few exceptions (the District of Columbia being one), the Federal Government has no right to occupy land throughout the U.S. so how come the feds "own" s ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: A real-life politician has admitted to having been wrong, even going so far as to dismiss his own previous comment as "stupid." He wasn't abject about it -- didn't ... discuss

From The American ConservativeBy Rod Dreher Not The Onion:Nearly 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of a German church, beginning the Protestant Reformation that led mi ... discuss

(CTV News) – A pair of B.C. teens is hoping to change the way we eat by creating cutlery capable of scanning each bite for bacteria, allergens and nutritional content. Designed by 16-year-olds ... discuss

By Stephanie Pacheco The primary elections are starting to loom in American politics and Pope Francis has made environmental stewardship more of a focus for Catholics than it has perhaps ever been bef ... discuss

Proponents of mens rea say a "criminal intent"requirement serves as a guard againstovercriminalization by protecting people fromaccidentally breaking the law.(Photo: istockphoto, edited)by Josh S ... discuss

The Archdiocese of Washington DC asked me to deliver the Delivering the keynote addressto the Adult & Family Rally atSt. Matthew's CathedralWashington, DCkeynote address at Saint Matthew's Cathedral t ... discuss

South Carolina has a long history of grotesque abortion stories — from aborting a baby who lived 21-days to documenting an abortionist grinding up babies’ bodies in a common sink disposal.The most ... discuss

By DONALD DEMARCO | COMMENTARY: St. Thomas Aquinas, a doctor of the Church, is also a doctor of common sense. | Should “Old Aquinas” be forgot and never brought to mind? Rather, ... discuss

Vatican City, Jan 28, 2016 / 09:24 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Thursday Pope Francis met briefly with actor and environmental activist Leonardo DiCaprio, who recently won an award for his efforts environm ... discuss

By Terri Shepherd Due to extreme blizzard conditions this past weekend, the March for Life received unprecedented national attention. Beyond crowd estimates or miracles in the midst of travel, a lon ... discuss

... Obama’s Calculated And Deliberate Takedown Of AmericaBarack Obama: Feb. 5, 2008 Speechby Jim Mullen, Contributing Author: If one had to use one word to describe the entire Obama administration ... discuss

South Carolina has a long history of grotesque abortion stories — from aborting a baby who lived 21-days to documenting an abortionist grinding up babies’ bodies in a common sink disposal. The mos ... discuss

Due to extreme blizzard conditions this past weekend, the March for Life received unprecedented national attention. Beyond crowd estimates or miracles in the midst of travel, a longtime Bound4LIFE int ... discuss

By Holly Gatling South Carolina has a long history of grotesque abortion stories — from aborting a baby who lived 21-days to documenting an abortionist grinding up babies’ bodies in a common ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: “The word ‘socialist’ is a really hard word,” warned former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm.“Now, I love Bernie Sanders, really,” Granholm added, acknow ... discuss

The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles DickensMy rating: 4 of 5 starsINITIAL REACTIONI'm reading the Penguin Classics edition and listening to the LibriVox recording by the always excellent Mil Nicholson. ... discuss

 Justifying suicideBy Paul Russell, Founder, HOPE Australia A few days ago I reported on two articles that appeared in the pro-euthanasia/assisted suicide Melbourne newspaper, The Age ... discuss

Vatican Radio announced on January 25 that Francis and the Lutheran World Federation (LWF) will hold a joint ecumenical commemoration of the "Reformation" on October 31, 2016, in Lund, Sweden. The eve ... discuss

Today we continue this series on the character of the Christian. We are exploring how the various character qualifications of elders are actually God’s calling on all Christians. While elder ... discuss

26 January AD 1915; transferred to 28 January* Matthias Loy (1828-1915) was born on 17 March to Matthias and Christina Loy, a pair of German immigrants. The family lived in near-poverty in Cumberland ... discuss

By Micaiah Bilger A Louisiana judge sided with abortion advocates Tuesday and ruled against a state law that would ensure abortion clinics are meeting basic health and safety requirements. Baton Rou ... discuss

A Louisiana judge sided with abortion advocates Tuesday and ruled against a state law that would ensure abortion clinics are meeting basic health and safety requirements. Baton Rouge District Judge Jo ... discuss

by Phyllis Schlafly: A new set of undercover videos has been released by Project Veritas, the organization started by young journalist James O’Keefe who exposed ACORN in 2009 and NPR in 2011, resul ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: The modern age sports an amazing feature that used to be hard to detect, because so drawn out: a shorter-than-ever-before lag between the proposal of some popular i ... discuss

I hate to say I told you so; but, I told you so! Via OregonLive.com: BURNS – Oregon standoff spokesman Robert “LaVoy” Finicum was killed and other leaders of the Malheur National Wi ... discuss

Due to extreme blizzard conditions this past weekend, the March for Life received unprecedented national attention. Beyond crowd estimates or miracles in the midst of travel, a longtime Bound4LIFE int ... discuss

Each January, three observances converge that reinforce each other and summon the Christian world to work together against injustice. January 15 is the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., an ... discuss

ABC, CBS, and NBC’s morning newscasts on Tuesday all reported on a Texas grand jury’s indictment of David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt of the pro-life Center for Medical Progress on the fel ... discuss

By Matthew Balan ABC, CBS, and NBC’s morning newscasts on Tuesday all reported on a Texas grand jury’s indictment of David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt of the pro-life Center for Medical ... discuss

There’s a new word floating around- cuck-servative. I have no objections to the intent and meaning behind its coining (conservatives who are played by the left and attempt to placate the left to ... discuss

One of the most common objections to Christianity is that the divinity of Jesus was “created” by later Christians long after the first century.  No one in primitive Christianity believed Jesus wa ... discuss

. . . Common Core!by Kerby Anderson, Contributing Author: Common Core has not been a popular education program for many adults. It is likely to become even more unpopular now that undercover videos ... discuss

Washington, D.C. was much too far for a group of Arizona elementary school students to travel for the March for Life, so the students created their own pro-life rally at their Catholic school instead. ... discuss

By Micaiah Bilger Washington, D.C. was much too far for a group of Arizona elementary school students to travel for the March for Life, so the students created their own pro-life rally at their Cath ... discuss

By Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director - Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionDr Steven KingAn article written by Psychiatrist, Dr Steven King, and published in the Psychiatric Times examines assisted suicid ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author : Yesterday, we decried the rigged superdelegate voting process used by establishment Democrats to Hillary Clinton’s benefit — and party members’ detriment. To ... discuss

Following the intercommunion with the Lutherans recently at the Vatican, it should come as no surprise that the pontiff will travel to Lund, Sweden in October to open the 500th anniversary year commem ... discuss

Vatican City, Jan 26, 2016 / 09:28 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Tuesday Pope Francis met with Iranian president Hassan Rouhani for the first time, an encounter that focused heavily on human rights, religio ... discuss

This study from  the UK funded by Marie Stopes International involved 430 young women (16-24) in the initial stage of study, and seventeen women in the follow-up.The majority of all abortion ... discuss

Donald Trump is far from my ideal of the perfect, or even the prototype of a strongly endorsable candidate. Yet one cannot help but marvel at Trump’s staying power since last summer, particularly wh ... discuss

The 2008 Obama event caused people to start learning about what a natural born Citizen (NBC) is and why that condition for the Oval Office exists in Article II — who is and who isn’t a natural ... discuss

Stinkin’ Canadian. Dang feriner, conspirin’ to come over here and replace our delicious, crispy, all-American bacon with that floppy, communist, Canadian crap. And Budweiser? Like your Budweiser? ... discuss

“Fundamentalists tend to have a deep suspicion of the world—a world that is full of sin and adamantly opposed to God and his purposes. In my experience, Fundamentalists are quick to look to t ... discuss

“As a promissory seal of our adoption, declaring grace in the continuous present and in the future, baptism never ceases to call us to the response of faith in the here and now. The force of the ... discuss

“If what we find in Leviticus has passed away, then it is determined that there must be no more relevance for the believer today. While Leviticus may appear to be irrelevant upon a surface readi ... discuss

“Friends, consider this glorious news. We have a priest who put on true humanity. We have a priest who encountered the best Lucifer could throw at him. We have a priest who could not be swayed. ... discuss

By Joe Kral Find the developing series on issues to consider this election season here. In November 2015 the US Bishops approved their latest edition of Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship. T ... discuss

by Paul Jacob, Contributing Author: Democrats aren't very good at democracy. Consider the party's presidential contest, as I did yesterday at Townhall. As an appetizer, I noted the Democratic National ... discuss

“Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting me?” (Acts 9:4) Reflection: January 25, the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, concludes the week of prayer for Christian Unity. The Church pr ... discuss

All of my daughters are athletes. It isn't always easy when my daughter's varsity basketball team plays after the boys, and the once full gym empties as the girls start their game. It is heart br ... discuss

There’s no sense or order to this, and others out there probably have better ideas and definitely more experience, but I needed a good place to put things I want to remember for later. Many of ... discuss

  We lost a child and gained something greater  Kyle Porter  Charles Spurgeon once said this about suffering: It would be a very sharp and trying experience to me to think th ... discuss

Vatican City, Jan 25, 2016 / 05:34 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis will take part in an ecumenical ceremony in Lund, Sweden, to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, the V ... discuss

Throughout my years fighting abortion, I can't count the number of people who insisted, "I'm not pro-abortion; I'm pro-choice." That statement, of course, means absolutely nothing unless the choices a ... discuss

What if science and Scripture and common sense would have us call it a person? What if the unborn child, the messy infant, the wobbly toddler, the rambunctious teenager, the college freshman, the blus ... discuss

The traditional bivocational pastor, by common definition, serves churches that are unable to compensate a pastor with fulltime pay. These pastors are incredible servants who fill a huge need among Am ... discuss

By Dr. Aaron Linderman Find the developing series on issues to consider this election season here. Much of contemporary political discourse consists of a debate between two camps: those who argue, ... discuss




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Pro-Life Unity Dec 31, 1969, 7:00 pm
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The True Dignity of Women Feb 11, 2016, 11:44 am
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Catholic Fire Dec 31, 1969, 7:00 pm
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After Abortion Dec 31, 1969, 7:00 pm
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