Deadly Drug Being Used to Treat Gender Dysphoria in Children

Although the media and many in the country’s medical associations are loathe to report it, a popular drug used to treat girls and boys suffering from gender dysphoria is not approved for this use and is linked to thousands of adverse reactions, including over 6,000 deaths.

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Teacher Fired For Refusing to Use Trans Pronouns Sues School

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

The PC culture in America has claimed many victims, but a popular French teacher from a public high school in Williamsburg, Virginia, who was fired for refusing to use male pronouns for a female student, is determined not to be one of them and has filed suit against the school.

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Your Celestial Body Guard

Angels are all the rage these days. Often depicted as plump little cherubs or New Age nymphs, put one of these winged creatures on the cover of a book or greeting card and it’s bound to sell. How much do we really know about the extraordinary beings who keep careful watch over us every day of our lives?

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Therese of Lisieux: One Little Soul, One Great Saint

The seeds of the Little Flower, the beloved Saint Therese of Lisieux (1873-1897), were planted in unquestionably holy soil. The sanctity of her family is evidenced by the holiness of her parents, Louis and Zelie Martin, both canonized saints of the Catholic Church. All five of their daughters dedicated their lives to Christ by entering religious Orders; four, including Therese, as Carmelites.

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Half a Million Students Expected to Bring Their Bible to School on October 3

Thousands of Christian students across the country will be celebrating the sixth annual “Bring Your Bible to School Day” on Thursday, October 3, with the hopes of empowering students to express their beliefs in school and to do so in a respectful way.

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French Bishops Say “No!” to IVF for Single Women & Lesbians

As French lawmakers begin debate on a controversial new law that will allow single women and lesbians to have access to assisted procreation, the French bishops are warning that this law places the desire of adults above the welfare of children.

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Man Cleared After Killing Mother Who Had Alzheimer’s

A 53-year-old man, who threw his mother off of a balcony to her death because she was suffering from Alzheimers disease was cleared of murder by a judge who said he “acted out of love” – a decision that is raising troubling new ethical questions.

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Downton Abbey Subplot Mars Family-Friendly Status

The latest box office hit, Downton Abbey, starring Michelle Dockery and Hugh Bonneville, is a lavish period film set in the scenic English countryside in 1927 that might have made a terrific family movie if not for a homosexual subplot that many found offensive.

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Saint Pio of Pietrelcina: Suffering and Joy, All as God Wills

The altar in San Giovanni Rotondo where St. Pio said Mass

I think it is safe to say that a mystique of sorts has evolved surrounding the beloved man popularly known as Padre Pio. The fact that since 2002, he has been numbered among the canonized saints of the Catholic Church, at times appears to be a mere afterthought.

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