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Pro-abortion radicals are trying to intimidate pro-lifers

  After news broke last week suggesting that the Supreme Court will soon overturn Roe v. Wade, protests and demonstrations on both sides of the abortion debate broke out across the country. And while many were peaceful, some radical pro-abortion activists resorted to...
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Oklahoma House Passes Its Heartbeat Act

The Oklahoma House passed a heartbeat bill banning abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy. Governor Kevin Stritt signed the bill into law on May 2nd. Like legislation recently passed in Idaho, the Oklahoma Heartbeat Act copies Texas’ heartbeat law by allowing private...
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Fathers and Sons

  In Herodotus’ Histories we learn that Croesus, King of Lydia, waged war upon his neighbor Cyrus II, the great king of the Persian Achaemenid Empire. At the outset, Croesus felt assured of his victory, having been told by the oracle at Delphi that he would destroy a great...
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Trouble in Paradise

I went to Catholic School in the 1960’s. This was the time of the Second Vatican Council (Vatican II, 1962-65). Pope John XXIII called the Council because he believed the Church needed updating. Perhaps this was why when we were taught about the six days of creation the focus...
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The Optimism of Adam

When ashes are imposed at the beginning of Lent various words are spoken, but the traditional ones are “Remember, O man, that dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.” These reach back to the first human being, the Adam, into whom God breathed life after forming him from...
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Go to the Funeral

  “There was a funeral at school today.” I don’t suppose that’s something you often hear, but that was how my youngest son answered a recent “How was school?” query. Usually, since he’s sixteen, his response is mundane, often a little cynical. Why describe the school day...
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