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The Case for the Abortion Pill Reversal Information Act

Currently, there are 27 states that have passed Women’s Right to Know legislation wherein pregnant mothers are given at least a 24-hour waiting period to review information regarding the risks of abortion, fetal development, and other pertinent information prior to an abortion being performed. Informed consent policies, as these laws are also known by, regarding abortion are becoming more prevalent as many people certainly see the need to inform the woman who is about to undergo the abortion procedure about the risks she will be facing and information regarding the development of her unborn…

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Sep, 22 2016

The Importance of Personal Influence in Teaching the Faith

How do we continue to pass on the Faith? This is a timeless question worth asking, especially for Catholic teachers beginning a new school year. Every year begins with anticipation and hope, for both teachers and students alike. Yet, for teachers, there can be some…

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Sep, 19 2016

An Education in Human Nature: The School of the Family

As the traditional family continually comes under attack as some arbitrary arrangement or artificial construct rather than as a wise God-given design, its great educational benefit for children goes unappreciated. It is as if the family is merely a temporary, improvised situation to be…

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Sep, 14 2016

The Problem with Moral Blindness

Recently in the news for mistakenly claiming that the Catholic Church would change its position on homosexual “marriage”, Tim Kaine, governor of Virginia…

Sep, 11 2016

Though Criticized, Mother Teresa Chastised Politicians, Championed NFP

Sunday, Sept. 4, 2016, Pope Francis canonized Mother Teresa, now to be known as Saint Teresa of Calcutta. Her elevation to sainthood was unusually widely-covered in…

Sep, 8 2016

The Enemies of Life

The enemies of life are legion, and they wage an aggressive world war on all fronts and intend to conquer all opposition. In the…


Sep, 13 2016

St. John Chrysostom: The family as Micro-Church

In recent Church history there has been considerable reflection on the family as a domestic Church. One of the Patristic contributors to this revival…

Sep, 7 2016

Bringing Up Parents

“If there is one thing you could tell your parents, what would that be?” This is the question that a TV hostess put…

Aug, 3 2016

The Destruction of Childhood

Anthony Esolen’s exceptional and incisive Ten Ways to Destroy the Imagination of Your Child (2010) exposes the many techniques of controlling, taming, brainwashing, and…


Sep, 5 2016

Is Holy Communion Meant For The Perfect?

In his Apostolic Exhortation, Pope Francis says: “I would also point out that the Eucharist “is not a prize for the perfect, but a…

Sep, 1 2016

What the world learned from a 15 year old Jewish Girl named Anne Frank

Violence breaks out overnight” – This is just one of the latest headlines.

“Dozens of men, women and children were injured and 84 were killed while…

Sep, 1 2016

The Lost Virtue of Shamefacedness

Although the word “shamefacedness” is not frequently heard or used, St. Thomas Aquinas uses the word in his exposition of the virtue of temperance…