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Jerry Novotny OMI
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April 14, 2021

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Mother Changed Her Mind, Saved Her Baby From Abortion: “I Love Her With All My Heart”
A young woman who felt like she had no choice took the abortion pill and had immediate regret. But her local pregnancy help organization was there for her, and between the support she received there and the life-saving abortion pill reversal (APR) protocol, she has her little girl.

Federal Court Upholds Ohio Law Banning Abortions On Babies With Down Syndrome
Today, in a 9-7 decision, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against an injunction previously placed against Ohio’s Down Syndrome Non-Discrimination Act.

Joe Biden Just Allowed Mailing Women Abortion Pills To Kill More Babies In Abortions
In a development which surprised absolutely no one, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) yesterday “suspended” regulations on the dispensing of the abortion pill mifepristone for the duration of the pandemic. This means that abortionists can meet with women by video conference and have pills shipped to the women’s homes without ever having to visit the clinic.

Joe Biden Removes Abortion Pill Limits, Abortion Drugs Will Now Kill More Babies Than Ever
Joe Biden’s administration issued a temporary halt to health and safety regulations on abortion drugs Monday, allowing abortion facilities to sell the dangerous drugs through the mail without ever seeing the woman in person.

Euthanasia Bill Fails In France
A bill seeking to legalise euthanasia in France has failed after pro-life politicians moved to thwart the legislative process by filing thousands of amendments.

Pope: St Teresa Of Ávila Shows Importance Of Women In Church And Society
Pope Francis marks the 50th anniversary of the proclamation of Saint Teresa of Ávila as a Doctor of the Church, and stresses her importance even today, especially in highlighting the role of women in the Church and in society.

Beth Stelzer: Women’s Sports Falling Under Transgender Ideology
"Unless we stand up today, women's and girl's sports and all of our opportunities will fade away. We all know it. It will not take long until there will be an entire male/female team," said Beth Stelzer, founder of Save Women's Sports.

The Unabomber And Other Transgender Pioneers
“Abortion Is Health Care” was the actual headline over an email I received from the Center for American Progress, with a message quoting a young woman as saying, “I celebrate my abortion, and no one can take that away from me.” This is today’s “progressive” point of view. The actual destruction of a human being is passed off as “heath care.”

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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! Online pornography is 'the world's biggest department of education'

Melinda Tankard Reist
An Australian activist discusses forces behind the wave of recent sexual abuse allegations. Quote: Given it is the biggest sex educator in the world, given its predatory nature and ease of access to children and young people and given the global research, there is no doubt it is fuelling abuse by eroticising that abuse. It normalises sexual violence.

Christianity, Immigration, and the Religion of Humanity

Pierre Manent
The humanitarian proposal is hard to refuse, because it postulates that we can achieve justice if everyone simply becomes aware of their essential human likeness. The Christian proposal is hard to accept, because it affirms that all human beings are prisoners of an injustice from which they cannot escape by their own efforts.

The Good Life

Luis Tellez
To live a good life, our intellect, will, and passions must be aligned with one another and with the nature of God. We must know what good we pursue, how we pursue that good, and what - or Whom - we love.

Would St. Benedict Zoom? The Rule of St. Benedict as an Antidote to Technopoly

Peter Ramey
Even though few of us are called to monastic life, Benedict's Rule provides us with a guide for a more fulfilling, contented life that mitigates the acedia of an anxious age in the thrall of technology.

The Limit of Politics

John F. Doherty
Without a revelation from God to confirm that man's end transcends this world, politics will dominate our life and make hell on earth. But in its proper place, politics can do great good. As Fr. James Schall reminds us, the "abiding problem" of the "political enterprise" is to grasp this "limit of politics."

Stopping Same-Sex Marriage

Steven Mosher
Good Supreme Court appointments are the most likely way of preventing same-sex "marriage" from being imposed on America.

No, I'm Not Only Spiritual, I'm Religious

Hank Mattimore
Here I am at the Adoration Chapel of St. Eugene's Catholic Church. That's what it's called, the "Adoration" Chapel, not the "Meditation" Hall or some name more politically acceptable in our secular world.

A modest proposal for reducing pornography AND saving the world from climate change

Michael Cook
You might think that watching cute kittie videos on YouTube is as harmless as it gets. You'd be wrong. Online video is destroying the Amazon jungle, melting glaciers in Greenland and kindling wildfires in California.

An agenda for the Silent Generation

Kevin Ryan
There is no shortage of issues awaiting the attention of the under-40s.

California's Assisted Suicide Law: Are Some Lives Not Worth Living, or are All Lives Precious?

Steven Mosher
At what point can we say that a life no longer matters? Is it at the point when medical expenses become too costly or burdensome for relatives? Is it at the point when someone feels they have outlived their usefulness, or are just not able to do the things they love to do anymore?

Europe battles hate crimes against Christians

Margaret Somerville
Vilification, violence and discrimination are still a reality in the 21st century.

Birth Control Hormones are for the Birds!

Judie Brown
Pharmaceutical companies make billions on birth control chemicals and hormone replacement therapy, so why sound alarms when it is so easy to ignore these studies and keep the results from the public? While some would say that the health and wellbeing of the nation's human beings should be the number one priority of the government, the media and big business, it has become painfully clear over the years that this is simply not the case when dealing with matters of sexual relations that involve birth control and abortion.

Illinois bishop speaks on transgenderism

Matt C. Abbott
Kudos to Bishop Thomas John Paprocki of the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois, one of the relatively few American bishops willing to speak out on cultural hot-button issues besides immigration.

Is the gay bullying plague in schools a myth?

David van Gend
The political justification for 'Safe Schools' programmes, or the associated 'Gay-Straight Alliances', is that there is a plague of gay-based bullying in our schools, and the only way to counter that is through celebrating homosexuality. That justification, however, is doubtful.

Adoption works well

Carolyn Moynihan
Adoption has been under attack in recent decades and has almost disappeared within western countries as an option for a mother who is not in a position to bring up her child. Perhaps it was often handled badly in the past, but family scholar Pat Fagan that adoption works well for children.