Daily Archives: March 2, 2011

Pro Life means Pro Life

(Reuters) – Philadelphia prosecutors paved the way in court on Wednesday toward seeking the death penalty for a doctor accused of killing live, viable babies at his abortion clinic. Prosecutors filed notice that the case against Dr. Kermit Gosnell, who … Continue reading

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Are you ready for Lent?

I can’t believe that Lent is only a week away. It is later this year than it has been in years, yet it seems as if Christmas was yesterday. Lent is the time in the Church year when the Church … Continue reading

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Mind Someone Else’s Business

Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein, over at Patheos asks: “Is there a middle path we can  steer between a silence imposed by relativism, and a voice that others see as  narrow and strident?” He begins: You Jews hate all the rest of us—and … Continue reading

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