What’s Religious Freedom to the White House?

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The above is a good and honest question, if you’ve been watching the Obama administration. Look away, they said, during the campaign. What they’ve communicated might be best summed up and translated for transparency: We’re all about “women” and their “reproductive health” rights and “health care” and, oh, by the way, if we and our [Read More...]

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We live in a culture that talks a lot about women, but only wants to hear some of their stories, Jennifer Fulwiler writes: A fundamental belief in secular society is that the female reproductive system is something to be feared and controlled. Thus, only women whose stories validate that “truth” have their stories heard. Look at [Read More...]

Excuse Me While I Talk about Contraception

Mary Eberstadt’s new book is an important one. An interview here. More to come! [Read more...]

What’s Weird in a Wildly Weird World

Emily Stimpson’s is a beautiful voice of the New Evangelization. Her recent book, The Catholic Girl’s Survival Guide for the Single Years: The Nuts and Bolts of Staying Sane and Happy While Waiting for Mr. Right, is bravely honest, a great help to her and younger generations. (I chatted with her about it here.) This [Read More...]

‘This willingness to lump in abortifacient drugs with contraceptives is a sign, but only one of many, of the Church’s wisdom in its teaching on contraception.’

This is a recatechetical moment for some of us, as we fight for religious freedom in America. A good little piece toward that goal. [Read more...]

Let’s Talk About Sex

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I went to Mass Sunday morning at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. The Gospel and homily were appropriately about sacramental cleansing. Appropriate, always. And maybe especially when we are being called in a whole new way to be apostles in the United States. Are we [Read More...]


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