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Secretary of German bishops' conference steps down

To make way for someone younger; he suggests a layman

German high court finds ‘right to self-determined death’

Which 'is guaranteed in all stages of a person's existence'

Woman with Down syndrome sues the UK government

Broad disability definition allows abortion up to birth

USCCB: Contact senators about recent vote on abortion

Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act vote fell short

Cdl. Bo: Virus embodies our 'fragile and mortal nature'

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China prepares 100,000 ducks to battle locust swarms

Expert: They're bio weapons, more effective than pesticides

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How Much Freedom Can Our Culture Stand?

Forgotten is the teaching that by knowing truth, a student is freed — saved from drowning in a sea of unfulfilling “self-fulfillment.”

READ ARTICLE
“Homosexuality” as a Philological Problem

Neither the words “homosexual” or “homosexuality” nor their equivalents in any language known to me existed before the late 19th century.

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The Ideology at the Root of Our Moral Disorder

In the sociological imagination, it is man who creates God. Once he frees himself from God, anything is possible, or at least appears to be.

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Secretary of German bishops' conference steps down

To make way for someone younger; he suggests a layman

German high court finds ‘right to self-determined death’

Which 'is guaranteed in all stages of a person's existence'

Woman with Down syndrome sues the UK government

Broad disability definition allows abortion up to birth

USCCB: Contact senators about recent vote on abortion

Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act vote fell short

Cdl. Bo: Virus embodies our 'fragile and mortal nature'

'We are powerless in face of an invisible microbe attack'

China prepares 100,000 ducks to battle locust swarms

Expert: They're bio weapons, more effective than pesticides

VIEW ARCHIVE
Secretary of German bishops' conference steps down

To make way for someone younger; he suggests a layman

German high court finds ‘right to self-determined death’

Which 'is guaranteed in all stages of a person's existence'

Woman with Down syndrome sues the UK government

Broad disability definition allows abortion up to birth

USCCB: Contact senators about recent vote on abortion

Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act vote fell short

Cdl. Bo: Virus embodies our 'fragile and mortal nature'

'We are powerless in face of an invisible microbe attack'

China prepares 100,000 ducks to battle locust swarms

Expert: They're bio weapons, more effective than pesticides

VIEW ARCHIVE

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Hara-Kiri

February 24th 2020 4:04 PM

Chinese parents impose excessive scholastic demands on their children, who become obsessed to the point of suicide if they fail…

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Why Intention Matters

February 18th 2020 3:23 PM

Is the road to hell paved with good intentions? Yes and no. Yes, if we think that it’s enough to…

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The Seeds of Desire

February 17th 2020 4:31 PM

They say Ken died of a heart attack working hard at what he loved, construction management. I had attended his…

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The Cult of Diversity at Providence College... Ivy League Culture Wars... Is Georgetown Still Catholic?... and more

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