• ACLU to Spend $25M on Abortion, Other Issues in 2018 Midterms

    The American Civil Liberties Union plans to become a hub of the anti-Trump movement and is willing to spend more than $25 million for political activism in the 2018 midterms, according to a report. "It's clear that a larger portion of the American public is deeply engaged in politics in a way... Read more
  • Recapturing feminism

    We’re all called to evangelize by virtue of our baptism, but what’s the most effective way to do that? We’re just wrapping up the Christmas season in the Church. The world has long forgotten that season by now, with many a neighbor throwing out the tree just hours after Christmas dinner... Read more
  • About Our Epidemic of Sexual Aggression

    The current revelations of an epidemic of sexually aggressive behaviors (SAB) against women, particularly by men in the media over many decades, has led to calls to address this highly prevalent "disease" in our culture. Peggy Noonan, however, has boldly identified its spiritual origins in... Read more
  • “Feminism” Is A Good Excuse To Spread The Truth

    We’re all called to evangelize by virtue of our baptism, but what’s the most effective way to do that? During the Advent-Christmas season, or any time for that matter, how can we evangelize without having a co-worker, or even family member, turn us into the local chapter of the ACLU? More... Read more
  • Soros money means legal trouble for Amnesty’s Ireland abortion campaign

    Dublin, Ireland, Dec 11, 2017 / 05:00 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Amnesty International is in no position to oppose an Irish law against foreign political funding now that it is under scrutiny for taking money from U.S. financier George Soros’ Open Society Foundations to target the country’s... Read more
  • A Response to Enemies of the Faith

    Charlie Brown and Linus are sitting on the floor, looking at something in a book and laughing. Lucy comes up to them and asks what they are laughing at. They show her, and she asks, “Why are you laughing at it?” “Because we don’t understand it,” they say. In old days, people... Read more
  • Self-Sacrificial Love in the Bioethics Sphere

    Kiss today goodbye  And point me toward tomorrow.  We did what we had to do.  Won’t forget, can’t regret  What I did for love. —A Chorus Line Imagine the pain. Imagine the sleepless nights. One minute you are leading an ordinary life. Then something awful happens to someone you... Read more
  • Poland Keeps the Lord’s Day Holy

    After Polish Catholics lined the country’s 2,000-mile border to pray the “Rosary to the Borders,” Poland made another headline last week: Poland’s Sejm (lower house of Poland’s parliament) voted last week to phase out shopping on Sundays by 2020. The idea behind the bill is to allow... Read more
  • How the Kremlin Tried to Rig the Olympics, and Failed

    When the Russian national hockey team lost to Canada, seven to three, in the hockey quarterfinals of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, forward Alexander Ovechkin knew it would be bad. “Now the dirt will pour down on us,” he said at the time. The dirt poured down from the very top.... Read more
  • A Culture Without God Is Like a Ship Without a Pilot

    In the Liturgy of the Hours this week we read a remarkable attributed to St. Macarius, a bishop of the early Church. I marvel at its vivid imagery, and yet at the same time, questions arise in my mind as to the general application of the text. In effect, the text states that if the soul does not... Read more