Like most adults today, I barely remember life before Roe v. Wade. But I do recall the flashbulb moment when the new world order hit home. One night in 1973, my mother returned from work with something shiny on the collar of her starched white uniform: a
Vice President Kamala Harris, who “takes stuff seriously”, has offered a supposedly serious argument against Dobbs. Harris on Monday compared the recent Supreme Court ruling overturning a constitutional right to abortion to America’s history of slavery, saying “our country has a history of claiming ownership over human bodies.” Harris’ scathing analogy
A Nigerian diocese announced Tuesday the killing of a local priest who had been kidnapped Friday from a parish in northwestern Nigeria. Fr. John Mark Cheitnum was a priest of the Diocese of Kafanchan, in the Kaduna state of northwestern Nigeria. He was 44 years
“I am not afraid of an army of lions led by a sheep. I am afraid of an army of sheep led by a lion.” Alexander the Great (probably) said that. And it’s just as true today as it was in the 4th century BC.
Christian doctors in three states now have legal protections if they choose not to participate in certain medical procedures based on their religious conscience. Most recently, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster signed into law last month a bill protecting medical practitioners from lawsuits or job
A Texas bishop emeritus is calling on his fellow Catholic bishops — and all pro-life Americans — to take action against pro-abortion policy in favor of pro-life measures that support women and the unborn. “Our own president is considering declaring abortion a public health emergency,”
In the famous baseball sing-along, the suggestion is we “root, root, root for the home team, if they don’t win it’s a shame.” But for many Americans and their news choices, it seems that rooting against is more of a draw. Consider an Axios report that came
It’s said that sinners have a past, but saints have a future. Camillus de Lellis (1550-1614) had a past. Throughout much of his life, he was afflicted with an addiction to gambling, which even reduced him to destitution. It was a vice into which he repeatedly fell.
There is an interesting controversy brewing in anthropology departments where professors have called for researchers to stop identifying ancient human remains by biological gender because they cannot gauge how a person identified at that the time. Other scholars are calling for researchers to stop identifying
The first images from the James Webb space telescope reveal God’s creation and feed our souls, a Jesuit brother and astronomer said Thursday. “The images are gorgeous, as anyone can see for themselves. It’s a tantalizing glimpse of what we’ll be able to learn about