In another display of teacher and media contempt for the Church’s moral teachings, a group of more than 100 teachers, parents and students gathered in Cincinnati’s Fountain Square on Tuesday to continue the pretense that a new morality clause in the Archdiocesan teacher’s contract is forcing them to give up their gay children and right to free speech.
A former pharmaceutical industry physician who worked at Merck, Inc. has come forward to say that the manufacturer of the controversial Gardasil vaccine knew the drug was useless and unsafe even while mass-marketing it to young girls and women around the world.
It happened when she least expected it, while flipping through the channels and coming across Johnnette Benkovic’s Women of Grace® show on EWTN, that aspiring Indy pop star Kira Leyden learned that birth control pills can cause abortion. Horrified at just the thought, this chance discovery turned out to be a life-saving moment.
In a stunning display of overt judicial activism, the California Supreme Court Advisory Committee is proposing to classify the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) as practicing “invidious discrimination” against gays in order to prohibit anyone affiliated with the group from serving as a judge in that state.
Officials in Rome are estimating that a million pilgrims are already in the city in anticipation of this Sunday’s dual canonizations of Blessed John XXIII and Blessed John Paul II with at least another million or two more expected.
A large pro-life rally organized by Denver Archbishop Samuel Aquila convinced pro-abortion lawmakers in the Colorado state Senate to abandon a bill sponsored by the radical pro-abortion NARAL that would have prevented the state from passing any further restrictions on abortions in that state.