New Bill Protects Women and Girls from DeepFake Revenge Porn

One morning in October, 2023, 14-year-old Elliston Berry woke up to find her cell phone flooded with text messages from friends telling her that nude images of her were all over the internet. Knowing she had never posed nude for anyone, where did these images come from and how could this be stopped?

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Johnnette’s Review of the Cabrini Movie

“St. Paul Vi summed it up well when he said, ‘People listen more to witnesses today than to teachers, and if they listen to teachers at all, it is because they are witnesses.’ Cabrini is a film shot through with the courage and strength of witness.

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Cabrini Movie Debuts on International Women’s Day

Angel Studios is set to release a new movie, based on the story of Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini, an Italian immigrant who used her feminine genius to bring hope and healing to society’s most vulnerable, on March 8, International Women’s Day.

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How the Media is Spinning the Potter Book Banning Story

After consulting wit several exorcists, Rev. Daniel Reehil, pastor of St. Edward parish in Nashville, Tennessee, made the courageous decision to ban the enormously popular Harry Potter occult-fiction books from the school library. Instead of presenting all the facts about why he made this decision, the biased media is fueling Potter-fan outrage by keeping their reporting as shallow and nondescript as possible.

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Covington Catholic Lawsuit Aimed at Teaching Media a Lesson

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

Lawyers who are suing major media outlets for their reckless coverage of a confrontation between a Covington Catholic High School student and a Native American activist at the 2019 March for Life say this case isn’t just about the libeling of a 16-year-old student, it’s about an out-of-control media that needs to be taught a lesson.

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