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What Mario Cuomo Got Wrong (shared from The Week)

W. James Antle III shares his thoughts on the late Governor’s pro-choice-but-Catholic legacy.
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the Human Life Review sponsors SEEK15

[Laura McLaughlin is a student at Boston College and a member of the HLR team that manned the Human Life Foundation’s sponsorship booth at SEEK-2015, a conference in Nashville (Jan. 1-4) that attracted 9,500 participants, most of them college students.] Friday, January 2,  2015...
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Greg Pfundstein talks with NRO’s Kathryn Lopez about Cuomo’s re-election

Chiaroscuro PAC is here to stay. At the Chiaroscuro Foundation, we will continue to work to build consensus that New York needs sensible restrictions on abortion, and Chiaroscuro PAC will continue to work to build the political coalition to make that possible. –G.P. Read...
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Mourning Brittany Maynard: from Center for Bioethics and Culture Network

read Christopher White’s powerful piece here: Is Brittany Maynard’s death a tradgedy for medicine?
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Defining Down the Deviance of Abortion

New: from The Catholic World Report: Anne Hendershott explains how the language is changing to obscure the real nature of killing unborn human beings. Read Here: http://www.catholicworldreport.com/Blog/3491/defining_down_the_deviance_of_abortion.aspx
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A Blessed Encyclical

More significant than the debates or documents of the Synod of Bishops that just concluded was the act with which it concluded. Yesterday at the Vatican, Pope Francis again declared in an official way the holiness of one of his predecessors: he beatified Pope Paul VI, the Pope...
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There’s Something About Jahi

Readers of the Human Life Review may recall my article on brain death, in which I explained why I believe that properly diagnosed, brain dead—e.g., total brain failure—is dead [humanlifereview.com/total-brain-failure-death/]. I still do. But recent events in the Jahi McMath...
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Jahi McMath: Awake–and Alive?

Wesley J. Smith explains www.nationalreview.com/human-exceptionalism/389564/ucla-neurologist-jahi-alive-awake-wesley-j-smith    
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“What’s our society’s excuse?” Thoughts on The Giver

“We do know what murder is. We must become a society where killing the weak and the vulnerable is unthinkable. Jonas is the hero in this movie. He risks his own life not only to save baby Gabriel’s life but also to restore his world to what is true and human, with all...
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