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Statement of Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone in Opposition to Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021

Statement of Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone in Opposition to Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021

HR 3755, the misnamed “Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021,” shows to what radical extremes the supposedly “Pro-Choice” advocates in our country will go to protect what they hold most sacred: the right to kill innocent human beings in the womb.  I support Archbishop Joseph

Cutting Throats, Burning at the Stake, and Excommunication: The Pope and Eucharistic Incoherency

Cutting Throats, Burning at the Stake, and Excommunication: The Pope and Eucharistic Incoherency

“No Place for Politics in Biden Communion Flap”“Pope Says Bishops Should be Pastors, Not Politicians”“Pope Warns Clergy Against Allowing Political Preferences to Enter Holy Communion Equation”“Vatican Warns U.S. Bishops About Denying Communion”  On Wednesday, September 15th, Pope Francis finally weighed in on the issue of denying

Why did Peter Sink?

Why did Peter Sink?

Midway through my life’s journey, I saw the lights of a police car in my rear view mirror. I managed to get to the side of the road and go through a proper arrest. I recall refusing the sobriety test, not because I wanted to

Why Are Billion-Dollar Companies Hysterical Over the Texas Pro-Life Law?

Why Are Billion-Dollar Companies Hysterical Over the Texas Pro-Life Law?

Several high-tech firms strongly oppose Texas’ new pro-life heartbeat law. The Match Group, which owns apps including Match.com and Tinder, announced that it will offer travel assistance to their Texas-based employees who “need to seek care outside Texas.”  Salesforce, a billion-dollar company, announced that it would assist with

Social Media Is Attention Alcohol

Social Media Is Attention Alcohol

Last year, researchers at Instagram published disturbing findings from an internal study on the app’s effect on young women. “Thirty-two percent of teen girls said that when they felt bad about their bodies, Instagram made them feel worse,” the authors wrote in a presentation obtained by The

Meet Juliana Taimoorazy: Nobel Peace Prize nominee and advocate for Iraqi Christians

Meet Juliana Taimoorazy: Nobel Peace Prize nominee and advocate for Iraqi Christians

It was 1989, and Juliana Taimoorazy’s family was desperate to escape Iran. Facing increasing persecution as Assyrian Christians, the family had already helped Taimoorazy’s brother escape to Europe. But getting an unmarried teenage girl out of the country without attracting the government’s attention was no