Daily Archives: July 20, 2011

Need a Laugh?

Impressionist Jim Meskiem performs Clarence’s monologue from Shakespeare’s King Richard III in the voice of several celebrities.  I dare you not to laugh! H/T Deacon Greg.

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Health Insurance, Contraception, and Catholic Institutions

Another possible assault on Freedom of Conscience? The Wall Street Journal reports: By KATHERINE HOBSON A new report recommends that health-insurance plans offer women all forms of approved contraception without charging out-of-pocket fees. The report was released Tuesday by the … Continue reading

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Catholic Innkeepers Sued for Refusing to Host Lesbian Wedding

Deacon Greg has the scoop: A Vermont inn violated state anti-discrimination rules by refusing to host the wedding reception for two New York City women, the couple said in a lawsuit Tuesday. The lawsuit, filed by the American Civil Liberties … Continue reading

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Catholic Charity in Secular America

First Things has an excellent article up by Archbishop Chaput.  In it he points out that the United States is becoming a hostile place for faithful Catholics. I would like to offer three reflections that focus on the “Catholic” identity … Continue reading

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