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March 6, 2015

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Euthanasia Activist: The Only Way To End Patients’ Suffering Is To Kill Them
Rob Jonquière is a retired doctor and advocate on the so-called “End-of-Life choice.” Jonquière started his career as a family doctor in the Netherlands.

Family Loses Lawsuit Attempting To Make Nursing Home Starve Their Mother To Death
The British Columbia Court of Appeal has dismissed a request from the family of an 83-year-old woman that their mother no longer be given nourishment or liquids by staff members at the nursing home where she resides, says Toronto health and human rights lawyer Hugh Scher.

Man Shares His Heartbreaking Story In Front Of An Abortion Clinic: “My Baby Died There”
“America faces the unpleasant reality that, thanks to abortion and the sexual revolution, the role of fatherhood has rapidly made an about-face. Fatherhood has gone from being an unquestioned ingredient in family life to a variable that occurs in the family dynamic only when circumstances are aligned just right.”

NPR Ignores Facts About Ohio Abortion Patient Death While Siding With Those That Killed Her
When Lakisha Wilson walked into Cleveland’s Preterm abortion clinic a year ago, she never dreamed it would be the last thing she ever did.

Forgotten Victims Of Sexual Violence: Children Born Of War
As world leaders fumble to respond to ISIS attacks, another crisis looms – the perilous future of these women and girls and the children they will conceive during captivity.

Australia Protests Indonesia's Treatment Of Death Row Men
Canberra outraged that police took selfies with the condemned inmates on board a transport plane

Death Explained By A Little Girl With Terminal Cancer
“Once I’m dead, I think my mother will miss me, but I’m not afraid to die. I wasn’t born for this life.”

Catholic Media Unite In Opposition To The Death Penalty
‘Capital Punishment Must End.’ That’s the bold headline in the National Catholic Register this morning. The Register, in a groundbreaking collaboration with three other Catholic journals, published a strong statement opposing capital punishment.

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Ethical Perspectives

New! Teach Your Children: Assisted Suicide and My Family

Harold Cassidy
No one wants pain. But the debate about assisted suicide is not just about those who are terminally ill and in pain. It is about all of us. By voting for assisted suicide, we are implicated in an intrinsically immoral act.

New! Two Parents, Multiple Parents, Human Clones, Scientific Deceptions, and Nightmares!

Judie Brown
Something absurd has been happening in Great Britain for the past five years or so. Researchers have been playing with human genes and cells to an extent that was known and understandable only to those familiar with professional research papers. But now the facts about the so-called "3-parent embryo" are out. And we should be concerned.

New! The Pill and the Big Chill

Judie Brown
Freezing out the truth has long been a part of the persona that identifies Planned Parenthood and its allies. This particular characteristic - fabrication instead of confirmation - goes all the way back to the first days of Margaret Sanger's public life.

The Unseen Pain behind 'Gay Marriage'

John Stonestreet
To make the case for same-sex marriage, advocates tell a lot of stories. But some stories are not being told, and they're important too. I'll explain.

Christian Family - Gift and Hope

Rosa Linda G. Valenzona
The world appears to be bent on the destruction of marriage and the family. This attack was spearheaded by the globalization of contraception and abortion promoted by the anti-natalist propaganda and justified by doomsday predictions of population explosion. The world is in for a rude awakening. The dominant demographic problem is not going to be population explosion. Ageing and population implosion will dominate the social, economic, political and demographic horizon of this century. The UN has openly admitted that population ageing is due to the drastic fall in fertility.

Becoming Jesus: working our way back to you, Lord

Tom Bartolomeo
When a woman is in labor, she has pain, because her hour has come. But when the child is born, she no longer remembers the anguish because of the joy of having brought a human being into the world. So you have pain now; but I will see you again, and your hearts will rejoice, and no one will take your joy from you." (John 16: 16-22). Jesus was ready to give birth to his Church.

In Lawsuits Against Contraceptive Mandate, U.S. Supreme Court Will Learn of World Health Organization Designation of Birth Control Pill as Cancer-Causing Agent

Karen Malec
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Tuesday, March 25, 2014 in two lawsuits involving Hobby Lobby Stores and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corporation that challenge ObamaCare's contraceptive mandate. It coerces employers to purchase insurance coverage for "free" contraceptive and abortion-inducing hormonal steroids and sterilizations for employees, despite employers' first amendment rights to religious freedom.

Short Commentary on Matthew, No. 11
John the Baptist

Anthony Zimmerman
The Pharisees were notorious for practicing a religion of outer rituals - cleansing pots and pans - and so pretending to be good by doing these works rather than becoming good at heart.