Category Archives: Culture of Life
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Yes, that’s a human baby. I’ll explain in a moment why she’s there. Lest I be accused of misdirection, let me say something about the election: Trump, the latest incarnation (sorry) of conservative liberalism, won. He’s bad, but She- the … Continue reading
An editorial at National Review asks: “Why would Bush, Rubio, and Christie seem to so eagerly surrender to the prevailing winds of political correctness?” They ask consequent to the revelation during the New Hampshire debate that “Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, … Continue reading
Dear Little Ones in the Womb, We beg your forgiveness. A billion and a half of you have been killed worldwide since 1980. Almost 59 million in this country since 1973. Your blood stains our ground alongside that of the … Continue reading
A story received at second-hand: One weekday afternoon, a man, probably in his sixties and mostly gray now, entered the vestibule of a Catholic church. He had come to it because it was unknown to him, and he to it. … Continue reading
…only where God is seen does life truly begin. Only when we meet the living God in Christ do we know what life is. We are not some casual and meaningless product of evolution. Each of us is the result … Continue reading
Via old friend Kevin Jones comes news of the passing of Dr. William May, Catholic moral theologian. I take note of it because he was one of the first resources a valued friend (and Jesuit priest) pointed me to in … Continue reading
…is the title of a fine article by National Review’s prolific Kevin Williamson.