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St. Augustine Quote T-shirt: An Unjust Law Is No Law At All

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HHS Terminates Contract with Fetal Tissue Vendor

The Department of Health and Human Services has issued a statement about the controversial fetal tissue vendor Advanced Bioscience Resources: After a recent review of a contract between Advanced Bioscience Resources, Inc. and the Food and Drug Administration to provide… Continue Reading →

Thomas Sowell on Disagreement

Or worse, you’re considered to be doing physical harm to someone with whom you disagree.

Ohio Class Icebreaker “Whom to Leave Behind” is Everything Wrong with Society

Students at an Ohio middle school were asked to decide who they would leave behind if the world was about to end, using age, religion and other descriptions as markers for their decisions The assignment is ostensibly designed to get… Continue Reading →

Houston’s Cardinal DiNardo Reportedly Knew About Abusive Priest, Moved Him to Another Parish

Catholic priest Manuel LaRosa-Lopez was arrested Tuesday by police in Conroe, Texas on sexual abuse charges. Now two victims are claiming that they reported LaRosa-Lopez to Houston-Galveston’s Archbisop Daniel Dinardo, who is the President of the United States Conference of… Continue Reading →

The Same People Praising Colin Kaepernick for Taking a Knee for His Beliefs Are the Same People Who Told Tim Tebow to Stop Taking a Knee for His

What Does a YAM Do?

Have you ever noticed your Catholic friends referring to YAM? In Catholic circles, that stands for “Young Adult Ministry.” That’s what I mean when I type YAM on this blog. If I don’t use caps, and simply write “yam,” then I’m… Continue Reading →

What Spiritual Type Are You?

From the post: http://ericrobertmorse.com/spiritual-types/

The Nativity of Mary

Tradition celebrates the event as a liturgical feast in the General Roman Calendar and in most Anglican liturgical calendars on 8 September, nine months after the solemnity of her Immaculate Conception, celebrated on 8 December. The feast is also included… Continue Reading →

Cupich on Urban Dictionary

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