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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

The Recovery of St. Matthew

The Recovery of St. Matthew

This piece on St. Matthew first appeared in the Autumn 2020 Scripture issue of Evangelization & Culture, the quarterly journal of the Word on Fire Institute. Learn more and become a member today to read more pieces like this. As Jesus was walking along, he saw a man

Signs of Hope in Budapest

Signs of Hope in Budapest

If you’re like me, this year’s International Eucharistic Congress in Budapest hasn’t been on your radar. But by happenstance, when I arrived in Budapest last week for a yearlong stay, the congress was just beginning. I was not prepared for what an encouraging week it would

Facebook has known for a year and a half that Instagram is bad for teens despite claiming otherwise

Facebook has known for a year and a half that Instagram is bad for teens despite claiming otherwise

Facebook officials had internal research in March 2020 showing that Instagram – the social media platform most used by adolescents – is harmful to teen girls’ body image and well-being but swept those findings under the rug to continue conducting business as usual, according to a Sept.