University Clears Student After National Outcry

An intense public outcry has persuaded Florida Atlantic University (FAU) to reverse its decision to punish a student who complained about a class exercise requiring him to stomp on the name of Jesus. It has also led to an investigation of the University by Florida Governor Rick Scott.

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Called to Knighthood on EWTN Bookmark

Host Doug Keck welcomes Tom Sullivan to discuss his book “Called to Knighthood: The Sacrament of Confirmation in the Kingdom Family of God” and what it means to be a Knight of Christ through the Sacrament of Confirmation.

Sun. 03/31/2013, 9:30 AM; Sun. 03/31/2013, 11:30 PM; Mon. 04/01/2013, 5 AM; Mon. 04/01/2013, 5:30 PM

Outrage Grows as School Disciplines Student for Refusing to Stomp on Jesus

Instead of penalizing the professor who instructed his class to stomp on the name of Jesus as part of an Intercultural Communication class at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) last week, a student who refused to participate in the assignment and complained about it is now facing a litany of outrageous charges by the school.

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The Devil’s In The Details

“The most pernicious evils masquerade as virtue.”

                                                                       – Johnnette S. Benkovic

For Reflection:

What are some of the most pernicious evils in our day and time? How are they masquerading themselves as virtue? What gift of the Holy Spirit do women of grace need to see the truth?


Starbuck’s ‘Diversity’ Doesn’t Include Traditional Marriage Supporters

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz demonstrated a stunning act of hypocrisy last week when he told shareholders that because the company “wants to embrace diversity . . . of all kinds” people who don’t support same-sex marriage should take their business elsewhere.

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Pediatrics Group Approves Same Sex Parenting

Controversy is brewing over a recently released policy statement by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) saying that it fully supports “families in all their diversity,” a position being criticized by other professional pediatric groups.

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