Video footage recently released by the conservative organization, Our Watch, purportedly shows an ACLU staff attorney instructing California teachers on how to help students obtain abortions without parental knowledge.
The parents of a first-grade Canadian student who was left so disturbed by the school’s teachings about gender identity her parents have been forced, due to inaction by the local school board, to appeal to the Human Rights Tribunal for relief.
Three teens, one of whom lost her chance to qualify in an important track meet because of the presence of two boys who identify as girls on her team, are in the process of filing an official complaint with the Department of Education.
For the past five decades, the painful irony is that women, not men, have been their own worst enemy.
As the Supreme Court comes to the end of this, the justices handed down two rulings that deliver victories to Christians against atheist activists who were trying to strip the words “In God We Trust” from US currency and have a World War I memorial in the shape of a cross removed from public property.
As if promoting abortion, unprotected sex, and anal intercourse to girls was not bad enough, Teen Vogue recently stooped to a new low with an article suggesting that girls should consider “sex work” as a career.
The embattled Christian bakers who have been fighting for their livelihood ever since they refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding were handed a victory yesterday when the U.S. Supreme Court reversed the lower court decision that forced the couple out of business and sent the case back to the state for another look.
Women have always been instrumental in spreading the faith. This is the kind of fruit that Christ and his mother are calling us to. That call is not to become radical activists or social justice warriors but to take the words of St. Teresa of Calcutta to heart: If you want to change the world, go home and love your family. That is the place to start.
The Congregation for Catholic Education has issued a new document that finds gender ideology to be opposed to faith and reason and offers guidance to Catholic parents and educators about how to address the many challenges this new movement is creating in our schools.