Category Archives: Catholic Moral Teaching

Religious Freedom is So Last Century

The US Catholic bishops have been routinely mocked for their stance against the HHS mandate. Their concerns have been misunderstood. The bishops are not worried that Americans will not be allowed to worship. But they are concerned that our constitutional … Continue reading

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Can the Clock Be Turned Back on the Sexual Revolution?

Kathleen Jean Lopex interviews Mary Eberstadt on her latest book Adam and Eve After the Pill . Excerpt: Lopez:   Given the seminal event the introduction of the contraceptive pill was, and the ubiquitous nature of contraception in American lives, … Continue reading

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The Contraception Mandate is Anti-Woman

Gloria Purvis makes the case against the HHS mandate. H/T Mark Shea

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What Do you Worship?

Fr. Barron on the importance of the first three commandments. H/T New Advent.

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Medical Ethics Journal Argues for Infanticide

The Journal of Medical Ethics recently published an article which argues that after-birth abortions, otherwise known as infanticide should be permitted. The abstract sums up the paper: Abortion is largely accepted even for reasons that do not have anything to … Continue reading

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Obama Offers a (non) Accommodation to Catholics

During the last Presidential election campaign, my favorite deacon thought that Obama was an empty suit.  I was concerned that he was not an empty suit. My gut kept screaming danger, danger! Well, unfortunately, the President’s war on the Catholic … Continue reading

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Choose Life

I would like to post a length response to a comment made on this post. Sherri thinks that pro-lifers are judgmental toward women who consider abortion. Right now, I just don’t have time to give a full response, but Erin … Continue reading

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