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Wishing You a Filthy New Year?
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Wishing You a Filthy New Year?

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FILTHY: obscene, vile, impure, indecent, lascivious, lewd, pornographic, raunchy, vulgar In other words, not a very nice wish for the new year. But that is exactly what Planned Parenthood is offering our children. Not too long ago a mother wrote to me: “I am very concerned that, by using an abstinence-only approach to educating our […]

 Is There Still No Room for Him at the Inn?
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Is There Still No Room for Him at the Inn?

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At this time of year we frequently see a clash between the secular and the religious. We hear arguments that make many of us cringe while others rub their hands together with joy, pleased with the debate they have again provoked. For instance, we hear from those like Bill O’Reilly that Christmas was declared a […]

Wrong-Headed Ethics and Mayhem
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Wrong-Headed Ethics and Mayhem

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Last year, the Journal of Medical Ethics published an article entitled “After-Birth Abortion: Why Should the Baby Live?” Central to the paper’s thesis is the position that “the moral status of an infant is equivalent to that of a fetus, that is, neither can be considered a ‘person’ in a morally relevant sense.” The paper further poses the preposterous […]

Fluke's Gimmick
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Fluke’s Gimmick

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Sandra Fluke was once a law student at Georgetown University. One day, in 2012, the Speaker of the House of Representatives—pro-abortion Catholic Nancy Pelosi—held a Congressional hearing specifically to hear testimony from one witness. That witness was Sandra Fluke. According to reports, Fluke had been blocked from testifying at a House Oversight and Government Reform […]

The Billionaire's Club: Philanthropy or Mischief?
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The Billionaire’s Club: Philanthropy or Mischief?

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Led by the wealthiest of the wealthy—Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffet—an organized effort is afoot to entice fellow high rollers to be charitable toward the less fortunate. Their brainchild, a club for billionaires, is exclusively for those who are worth at least a billion dollars and have pledged to give no less than […]

Call it Human Trafficking or Human Junking—The Result Is the Same
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Call it Human Trafficking or Human Junking—The Result Is the Same

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The United Nations’ latest report on human trafficking should drive fear into our hearts and souls. But what exactly is this crime? According to the United Nations, the problem centers on the sexual exploitation of women and girls. The report was scoured in an effort to discover whether or not the United Nations was also […]

'Intact' Killing Deemed Inactionable
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‘Intact’ Killing Deemed Inactionable

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Earlier this year a 29-year-old expectant mother entered the abortion facility operated by infamous abortionist LeRoy Carhart. She was seeking Carhart’s surgical expertise in ending the life of the 33-week-old baby she was carrying in her womb. The woman’s name was Jennifer Morbelli; her daughter’s name was Madison Leigh—a name chosen by Jennifer and her husband. Subsequent to […]

Sexual Behavior and the Absence of Common Sense
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Sexual Behavior and the Absence of Common Sense

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Common sense is not the exclusive domain of any particular group of people, but in our day and age it seems to be about as prehistoric as the Tyrannosaurus Rex—especially when it comes to sex. What is common sense? Webster says it is “the ability to think and behave in a reasonable way and to […]

Mercifully Killing Our Cat
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Mercifully Killing Our Cat

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A few days ago, a dear friend and fellow pro-life warrior Ione Whitlock, author of the Belbury Review blog, sent me this e-mail: I took my cat to the vet for a checkup. While I waited to be seen, I noticed an elderly couple apparently also waiting. We struck up a conversation. The woman was […]

The Human Machine?
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The Human Machine?

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In modern times, skewing the image of the human being as a child of God, created in His image and likeness, is a process that started the day the first condom was sold in a vending machine early in the 1940s. While it is equally true that, since the beginning of time, man has tried by every means […]

Syrian Children v. American Children
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Syrian Children v. American Children

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A few days ago former Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, was having a discussion with her five-year-old grandson about possible war in Syria. She told the press that she explained to him that “hundreds of children” had been killed in Syria and that her defense of going into that country was that the killing […]

Social Media, Dehumanization, and First Words
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Social Media, Dehumanization, and First Words

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In a profound analysis of the inherent problems with “advance directives” and other such statements of how one wishes to be cared for at the end of life, Brother John Luth writes in an e-mail: In philosophy, we are taught that the first words are the most important in an argument. As Christians, we can […]

Martyrdom in America
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Martyrdom in America

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Cardinal John O’Connor was known for many things during his tenure as Archbishop of New York City (1984-2000). I think of him often, but most recently I was reminded of O’Connor’s courage when I remember how he handled being confronted by a group of homosexuals while celebrating Mass in St. Patrick’s Cathedral. The cardinal conducted himself with absolute respect […]

Imposing Death With Quality Control Standards
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Imposing Death With Quality Control Standards

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We’ve all heard the “quality of life” argument applied to everything from an excuse for abortion to the reason posited to justify assisted suicide or some other form of euthanasia. Ongoing debates relating to various segments of Obama’s national health care law—the Affordable Care Act—challenge us to sort out and explain the problematic nature of using a slide rule […]

This is a Baby, Not a Policy Issue
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This is a Baby, Not a Policy Issue

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The Daily Show’s John Oliver caught Secular Pro-Life’s attention because of an ignorant remark he made about a North Carolina Senate bill that addressed both abortion safety regulations and Sharia law. Oliver said, “Let me just understand this: You’re adding abortion restrictions to legislation banning the making of laws based upon religious belief. That’s like passing a […]

Aborting Justice Over Dead Bodies
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Aborting Justice Over Dead Bodies

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Recently a comment was made to me that when a pro-life law is passed by a state legislature, it can be a hopeless victory. The reason is that, within days or weeks, the forces of death will orchestrate an action from a court at some level that will render the new law null and void. […]

Doctor Executioners
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Doctor Executioners

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If we could count the ways that physicians have become the politicians of their chosen profession, perhaps we would better understand why human lives are like poker chips, popular votes or, even worse, trash. Lest we forget, when the ballyhoo started in Texas and Senator Wendy Davis began her infamous filibuster, the question before the […]

'Gay' Marriage and Contraception
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‘Gay’ Marriage and Contraception

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In view of the June 26 Supreme Court decisions on “gay” marriage, it is time for serious Catholics to examine how this perverted situation came to pass. Let’s start with the use of the word “gay” and American Life League’s internal style guide. At ALL, we never use the word “gay.” The guide states that […]

Abortion and Racism in America
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Abortion and Racism in America

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Abortionist Douglas Karpen, who operates two abortion facilities in Houston, Texas, is currently under criminal investigation. His practice of twisting “babies’ heads off” their bodies in order to ensure that a late-term abortion results in death for the baby was discussed in exclusive live interviews with three of his former employees. And the fireworks began. […]

Dying for the Truth
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Dying for the Truth

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It never ceases to amaze me when people who refer to themselves as Catholic parse their words when discussing basic teachings of the Church. The impression is given that there is no such thing as indisputable truth, but rather an array of positions that are all equal and legitimate. While such attitudes may bring peace […]

Holocaust Then and Now
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Holocaust Then and Now

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We have frequently argued that one of the main reasons why we want to redefine the pro-life movement as the pro-human personhood movement is that it is a positive, upbeat way for us—in this age of iPhones, MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter—to bring the humanity of the child, from his first instant of existence, right into […]

Tragedy in a Test Tube
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Tragedy in a Test Tube

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Frozen eggs, babies created by science, money dictating whether or not a couple can have a baby. All things that go against the natural law. Whatever happened to babies created out of love and in the context of marriage?

The Pope, a Cardinal, and Courageous Deeds
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The Pope, a Cardinal, and Courageous Deeds

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The past few days have revealed an emerging trend which should be heartening to faithful Catholics who have for so long yearned for good news. In Boston, a scandal erupted when Boston College extended an invitation to the pro-abortion prime minister of Ireland, Enda Kenny. Students for Life launched the “Not at BC” campaign, stating, […]

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Motherhood Has Become a Cultural Anomaly!

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In this era of motherhood by choice, we confront an oddity that I could never have imagined would occur in my lifetime. It becomes much more evident at this special time of year when we honor our mothers and express our sincere appreciation for the sacrifices they made for us during our childhood and beyond. […]

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