Protest in Vienna: Pro-Lifers Demonstrate at City Hall

A national controversy erupted in Austria when Vienna’s Mayor Michael Häupl allowed a jubilee-party honoring thirty years of “good work” by Austria’s first abortion clinic with the misnomer Pro-Woman. The September 3 celebration was held at City Hall and provoked … Continue reading

Preparing For The Fight

“We all came here form different places but we are united,” commented one Slovakian conservative at the closing banquet of the 2009 International Student Conference. This sense of unity would seem very hard to imagine to the superficial observer who … Continue reading

The Rosary and Saint Dominic Defeat Heresy

The Rosary — as spiritual weapon against evil — has a very long and precious history. In twelfth and thirteenth century France, a group of heretics known as the Albigensians was destroying the minds of the Catholic laity with its … Continue reading

A Medieval Castle in America

Passing undulating rows of grapevines on either side of a steep driveway lined with cypress trees, the scene reminded me of a picture calendar I had seen of Tuscany, Italy. However, as I crested the hill, nothing I had ever … Continue reading