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Human Composting: The Latest Eco-Friendly Burial Method

Bishops in California are raising objections to a new California law that will allow human remains to be composted and returned to the soil as a way of protecting the environment from the contaminants of embalming fluid and the carbon emissions from cremation. But this is just one of many new eco-friendly burial methods being offered today.

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Outcry Continues After Arrest of Pro-Life Champion

The FBI and Department of Justice are coming under heavy criticism in the wake of an FBI raid on the home of pro-life activist, Mark Houck, of Kintnersville, Pennsylvania for trumped-up charges while doing nothing about far more serious attacks on Catholic churches and pregnancy care centers perpetrated by pro-abortion activists earlier this summer.

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Bach Flower Remedies Just Don't Work

TC writes: "I have a question about Bach Flower Remedies.  I am trying to find out if these remedies are considered New Age. I have a few books book about them which state that it “treats the individual not the symptoms / or disease. They work on an emotional condition of the person concerned.”  “The effect of taking the remedies is not to suppress negative attitudes but transforms them into positive ones, stimulating self-healing.” Can you let me know what the Church teaches about this product?"

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Surprising Results From New Catholic Poll

The Pew Research Center recently released a poll showing an alarming decrease in the number of Americans who consider themselves to be Christian, but a more focused poll conducted on Catholics in America produced much more hopeful results.

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Parents Are Saying NO to Proposed Title IX Changes

The Department of Education received a record number of comments – and a record number of mysteriously removed comments - from parents and other concerned citizens about proposed changes to the Title IX program that will advance a radical sexual agenda policy in grades K-12 and postsecondary school that receive federal funding.

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Poltergeist Activity Should Not Be Taken Lightly

BK asks: "Strange occurrences have been happening in my home for some time now - objects moving around and sometimes falling off shelves for no reason. I'm beginning to suspect poltergeist activity and am wondering what this is, and if it's possible for a dead relative to be responsible for it?"

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The difference between Christian and Occult-based fantasy

As all regular readers of this blog know, we get many questions about children's books in which the characters use sorcery in one way or another. In an effort to help Christian parents learn how to discern whether or not this content is suitable for their children, I would like to post insights from Michael O'Brien's book, Harry Potter and the Paganization of Culture (www.studioobrien.com) which I hope you'll find useful.

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