A group of high school girls from Pittsburgh took a page out of the #believeallwomen playbook and falsely accused a boy of sexual assault simply because they “don’t like him.” To date, none of them have been punished for ruining the boy’s life.
In his first intervention at the Synod 2018 on Young People, Philadelphia’s Archbishop Charles J. Chaput made it clear that what the Church holds to be true about human sexuality is not a stumbling block but is the only path to joy and wholeness.
SS writes: “I recently found out about daith piercing to help migraine sufferers. I get migraines quite often and am interested in getting a daith piercing, but want to know if it would be anything anti-Catholic. So far I haven’t found much info on it. I . . . would appreciate your input!”
The Kavanaugh debacle has opened the eyes of many Americans to just how out-of-control the political discourse in this country has become – and many intend to sound the alarm at the ballot box in November.
If the #MeToo movement intends to continue speaking for women who have been sexually harassed or assaulted, it must either ditch its association with the mob mentality that took hold of it during the Kavanaugh confirmation battle or end up becoming an embarrassment to most of the women it claims to represent.
Doctors from Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children have published a plan in a prestigious medical journal in which they outline policies that would allow children to be euthanized – in some cases, without parental consent.
Thanks to an astute reader of our blog, we were alerted to the fact that there is a strong connection between the online gaming sensation, Minecraft, and the enormously popular Slenderman Internet meme that has been linked to attempted murder and other violence by teens.
Pro Life leaders across the country are celebrating the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court in spite of a well-orchestrated smear campaign that was intended to stop or at least delay the nomination that will result in tipping the court to the right for at least the next generation.