Imagine you were talking to someone about child abuse, and they said, “You know, I understand that you’re personally against it, but I think we should trust parents to make the right decisions for their families.” Would you feel like their comment about trust was a meaningful contribution to the discussion or a bizarre red herring?
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By Rachel Crawford
According to a new series documenting the impact of the pill on women’s mental health, coupled with the recent release of a study in which half of the women polled said they were having “serious trouble” with their contraceptive, the popularity of artificial contraception is continuing to diminish among of women.
Feast of St. Andrew, Apostle
“As the Lord was walking by the Sea of Galilee, he saw Peter and Andrew casting their nets into the sea. And he said to them, ‘Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.’ Immediately they left their nets and followed him.”
-Matthew 4:18, 19-20
DD asks: “Is there any truth to the belief that the play, Macbeth, was once cursed by a coven of witches, which is why there are so many accidents during productions of the play?”
“I guess that is what dying must be like; to be finished and to be able to look back at the struggles of life, and know that God was your constant companion.”
- Mother Angelica
David Daleiden of The Center for Medical Progress, the pro-life videographer who caught members of the abortion industry in the act of trafficking baby parts from aborted fetuses, has petitioned the Supreme Court to throw out a Planned Parenthood lawsuit aimed at retaliating against him and keeping his evidence out of the public eye.
“Stir up our hearts, O Lord, to prepare the ways of Thy only-begotten Son: That by His coming we may be able to serve Him with purified minds.”
- Roman Missal, Collect for Second Sunday
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