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Pope Mourns Dutch Girl Euthanized After Suffering From Rape Trauma

A Dutch teenager who suffered from depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and anorexia after being raped as a child was allowed to die at her home, her sister confirmed on Sunday. The first two incidents were molestations when she attended children’s… Continue Reading →

Justice Thomas Calls Out Eugenicist Past of Planned Parenthood in Indiana Concurrence

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas concurred with the court to decline hearing the case contesting Indiana’s abortion law. But that wasn’t all. In his 20-page argument, Thomas called out the eugenicist foundations and motivations behind the pro-choice movement: And significantly,… Continue Reading →

Jordan Peterson Explores Faith and Reason With Dennis Prager

Dennis Prager interviews Jordan Peterson for the PragerU Summit and it got real very quick: Peterson drops some metaphysical gems about good and evil and the innate station of man. He also gives props to Catholicism, saying, “That’s as sane… Continue Reading →

Pope Francis Says Abortion Never Justified; Akin to Hiring a Hitman

VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis said Saturday that abortion can never be condoned, even when the fetus is gravely sick or likely to die, and urged doctors and priests to support families to carry such pregnancies to term. Speaking to a Vatican… Continue Reading →

So, not killing babies = creepy theocracy. Got it.

Always the Priest Line

Notre Dame Fire Destroys Cranmer Table; High Altar In Tact

“With God, there is no such thing as chance.” The day after the night before at #NotreDame de Paris. The High Altar stands untouched with its gleaming Cross, and the Blessed Virgin weeping holding her dead Jesus in her arms…. Continue Reading →

St. Thomas Aquinas: “One should do harm to no man.”

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