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Jerry Novotny OMI
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December 1, 2020

Breaking News

Pope Francis Compares Getting Abortion To “Hiring A Hitman”
Pope Francis recently compared someone getting an abortion to hiring a hitman as he is urging Argentina to reject legislation from its president to legalize abortion.

Catholic Priest: Joe Biden Is “Not A Good Catholic At All” Because He’s A Radical “Pro-Abortionist”
Many priests and bishops have been speaking out against Biden, who claims to be a devout Catholic but opposes church teachings about the sanctity of human life, family and religious freedom. Biden and his vice presidential running mate Kamala Harris want to expand the killing of unborn babies in abortions and force taxpayers to pay for them. They also oppose religious freedom protections for Catholic charities and other employers, and Harris has been accused of anti-Catholic bigotry.

Baby Who Had Surgery To Fix Spina Bifida While Still In The Womb Expected To Walk
Baby Tyler, who has undergone surgery in his mother’s womb to correct a severe case of spina bifida, is expected to walk soon after being given “the best long-term outcome” by doctors.

China Subjects Uyghur Women To Horrific Forced Abortions And Sterilizations
An MP has described the inhumane treatment that Uyghur women living in China are subjected to which includes forced abortion and sterilisation.

Pennsylvania Poll Watcher: I Saw USB Cards With Thousands Of Votes Uploaded Without Supervision
Gregory Stenstrom, a Navy veteran and forensic computer scientist, testified Wednesday before the State Senate Majority Policy Committee hearing in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, about an election process in Delaware County he described as being “forensically destructive.”

NY Times Pushes Pro-Abortion Democrats Raphael Warnock And Jon Ossoff In Georgia Senate Race
In Tuesday’s New York Times, reporters Astead Herndon and Nick Corasaniti helped out the Democratic cause in the unusual double runoff election in Georgia that will decide which party has control of the Senate next term: “Republicans On Attack In Costly Georgia Runoffs.” The text box established the premise: “A slate of scathing negative ads by two G.O.P. candidates.”

Andrew Cuomo Nominated For Time “Person Of The Year” Despite Killing Thousands Of Nursing Home Residents
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been nominated for Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year” despite issuing an order that resulted in killing thousands of nursing home residents when he put coronavirus patients in their nursing homes instead of using alternate venues to house them. Other states protected their elderly residents and didn’t see the same levels of elderly people dying from the virus.

The U.S. Divorce Rate Has Hit A 50-Year Low (and Marriage Rate Has Hit All-time Low)
Meanwhile, America’s so-called “marriage divide” is only widening. College-educated and economically better off Americans are more likely to marry and stay married, but working-class and poor Americans face more family instability and higher levels of singleness. For Americans in the top third income bracket, 64% are in an intact marriage, meaning they have only married once and are still in their first marriage. In contrast, only 24% of Americans in the lower-third income bracket are in an intact marriage, according to my analysis of the 2018 Census data.

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Editorial

Children vs Hard Pornography

Pornography on the Internet has exploded into millions of pornographic websites. Currently, it is a booming industry of nearly 100 billion dollars. Internet Pornography invades homes and destroys good families without any accountability to anyone. Early this afternoon, I count 36 phonographic emails in my computer's mailbox and there are still 10 hours left in the day. This, my friends, is a daily occurrence. Just one click on any of these emails will allow me unrestricted private access to their pornographic website. This simple procedure is also available to the fingertips of small children. The porn companies "without any moral principles" have opened the doors to Net porn, instantly allowing our innocent young generation of all ages to view both soft and hard pornography. Their sole purpose is the almighty dollar. Continue reading at Fr. Jerry's Blog...

Ethical Perspectives

New! Why Euthanasia is Wrong - From a Secular Viewpoint

Brian Clowes
It is one thing to speak of the sanctity of life and of human life being created in the image and likeness of God - but what does the anti?euthanasia activist say when he is confronted by a pro?euthanasia person who does not believe in God - or who believes in a permissive, feel?good "god" who allows him to do anything he wants?

New! Why Are Homosexual Activists So Afraid of "Ex-Gays"?

Brian Clowes
Homophile propagandists jealously protect a very important secret - homosexuals can leave their lifestyle. If it can be proved that homosexuals can "convert" to heterosexuality, then the theory that "gays are born that way" is decisively exposed as junk science. And if the "born that way" allegation is debunked, the homosexuals lose their claim to being a protected minority under civil rights laws.

New! Resisting the New Religion of Identity

Richard Reinsch
Joshua Mitchell shows how identity politics distorts basic Protestant theological concepts of transgression and innocence while omitting forgiveness, humility, and charity.

New! Vaccines and Doubly Remote Cooperation in Evil

Matthew P. Schneider
Neither the Pfizer nor the Moderna vaccine poses any significant moral concern. Any moral issues with both are so remote and minor that they should prevent nobody from getting either of them.

New! The Lincoln Proposal: Pro-Life Presidents Must Take Ambitious and Bold Action to Protect the Constitutional Rights of Preborn Children

Catherine Glenn Foster
Since 1973, more than 60 million American children have been killed by the violence of abortion. Americans need not accept an interminable status quo of indifference toward the rights of the child, due either to the timidity of our political elite or to the presumption of our judiciary class. The 'Lincoln Proposal' offers pro-life presidents the clearest way to confront Roe v. Wade's jurisprudence of violence and doubt and to protect the constitutional rights of preborn persons.

Aborting Indian Democracy

Steven Mosher
Poll taxes, property requirements, and race and gender-based voting prohibitions codified thinly disguised discrimination in darker periods in United States history. Today, in the world's largest democracy, local laws restrict political participation to people who have two or fewer children.

Inalienable Right to What?

Judie Brown
When we talk about the inalienable right to life, what exactly do we mean?

Mondays at "Juvie"

Hank Mattimore
Monday afternoons at juvenile hall are laundry folding days. A staff person and three or four of the kids are buried in the week's laundry of institutional gray shorts and shirts. Each inmate gets his weekly supply which he takes to his own cell, his uniform du jour.

U.S. Fertility Rate Hits New Record Low

Steven Mosher
What can be done to reverse this ominous trend? According to recent data from the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), the U.S. fertility rate sank to a record low of 62.0 births per 1,000 women of reproductive age in 2016.

Is Anything All Right?

Hank Mattimore
Despite our losses, despite that arthritic knee, life is still a hoot, still has its moments of wonder and beauty and laughter.

Disordered Passion and Obedience
25th Sunday in Ordinary Tim

Douglas P. McManaman
What is interesting is that the Second Reading locates the source of the social disorder not in the structure of government or in political mechanisms, but in the disordered passions of individual persons. One of the most wonderful characteristics of the child is “openness”. A child is open to learn and obey. It is only later on, in adulthood, that some people will make the decision to close themselves, because they have decided that they want to “feel” a certain way, that pleasure is more important than truth, that feeling emotionally comfortable is more important than the continual improvement of one’s character.

Come In, Lord
2nd Sunday of Advent (B)

Antonio P. Pueyo
When we say that we accept Jesus into our life and no change is happening, then perhaps we have not really allowed Him to come in yet. Perhaps He is just at the door.

The untold story behind the childhood obesity epidemic

Nicole M. King
Family meals, and someone there to cook them, make a difference.

Why Moms and Dads Both Matter in Marriage

Jenet Erickson
Mothers and fathers are not interchangeable - they both add distinct benefits to the development of children. Courts and legislatures can change legal definitions, but they cannot alter biology or psychology.

What does it mean to be a human person?

Xavier Symons
Bioethics writer Virginia Hughes explores the complexities of trying to define personhood.