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Augustine: An Unjust Law is No Law at All

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Pope Francis Knew

In a shocking testimony, a former apostolic nuncio to the United States Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has accused several senior prelates of complicity in covering up Archbishop Theodore McCarrick’s allegations of sexual abuse, and has claimed that Pope Francis knew… Continue Reading →

What Does #ShoutYourAbortion Look Like When You Replace Abortion With Genocide?

The #ShoutYourAbortion campaign took off in 2015 when founder Amelia Bonow just couldn’t take the stigma that killing her baby had. It recently regained some steam when Oprah Winfrey’s magazine O featured an article with Bonow talking about the inspiration… Continue Reading →

Dorothy Day: “I never expected much out of the bishops.”

Bishop Morlino’s Response to Sex Abuse Scandal

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ of the Diocese of Madison, The past weeks have brought a great deal of scandal, justified anger, and a call for answers and action by many faithful Catholics here in the U.S. and overseas,… Continue Reading →

Triggered Socialist Traumatized by Biology

Not Good Enough US Conference of Bishops

Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, is hosting a series of meetings this week responding to the broader issue of safe environments within the Church. An update will be offered upon… Continue Reading →

There, Fixed Your Moral Relativist Nonsense For Ya!

Birttany and Nicole Pettibone Reclaim Femininity for Women

Authors and activists Brittany and Nicole Pettibone (T.S. Pettibone) discuss the modern feminists’ war on femininity: “Feminism is essentially, ‘We love women, we fight for women but, by the way women, everything that you naturally are, just throw that out.’”

Stephanie Slade on Being Libertarian and Catholic

Stephanie Slade is Managing Editor at the libertarian publication Reason. She’s also a practicing Catholic. In an article for America: The Jesuit Review, she eloquently explains how that is not only possible, but it’s actually fitting. She explains how libertarianism… Continue Reading →

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