Catholic Youth Pen Open Letter in Support of Humanae Vitae

As we near the 50th Anniversary of the promulgation of Humanae Vitae, the Church’s definitive statement on artificial birth control, nearly 200 Catholic youth have published an open letter of support for the document, calling it “beautiful and prophetic.”

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Pope on the Precious Blood & “A Revolution of Tenderness”

As the universal Church enters into the month of July, a time when Christians pay special homage to the Precious Blood of Jesus, Pope Francis explained that God chose the sign of blood “because no other sign is so eloquent to express the supreme love of life given for others.”

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“Day of Silence” Activities Get School District in Legal Trouble

The East Penn School District has gotten itself into trouble after parents complained that their children were shown videos promoting homosexuality and gender dysphoria on the “Day of Silence” without their permission.

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New Netflix Cartoon Glorifies Cross-Dressing

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

A petition campaign is underway to stop the launch of a new Netflix animated series, Super Drags, geared toward youth and children, that features homosexual “superheroes” who dress like the opposite gender.

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Kennedy Resignation Signals Call to Prayer for Future of US

If there was ever a time for Christians to unite in prayer for the fate of our nation, it is now as the resignation of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy leaves a seat open for a pro-life justice who could tip the scales of justice in favor of life for at least a generation.

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Pregnancy Centers Score Major Win in Court!

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

The U.S. Supreme Court handed a major victory to pregnancy care centers across the country by declaring that California’s Reproductive FACT Act, which sought to force pregnancy centers into advertising for abortion, was likely in violation of the First Amendment.

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SCOTUS Gives Embattled Christian Florist New Hope for Justice

The U.S. Supreme Court has directed the case of floral artist, Barronelle Stutzman, who refused to bake a cake for a friend’s same sex wedding, back to the Washington Supreme Court after vacating that court’s decision and instructing it to reconsider her lawsuit in light of the high court’s recent decision regarding Colorado baker, Jack Phillips.

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