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Catholics Must Affirm Their Faith in Their Public Lives

Bishops remind Catholics that abortion, homosexuality and same-sex “marriage” are incompatible with receiving Holy Communion Ever more frequent attempts to drive religion and morality from the public square have left America divided. On one side are secularists who in varying … Continue reading

Making Abortion Unthinkable – 2004

With moral issues like abortion polarizing the nation, the pro-life movement is in the forefront of a struggle that we do not hesitate to call decisive. At stake are the moral foundations of the nation. On a dogged determination to … Continue reading

Are We Still “One Nation Under God”?

Are We Still “One Nation Under God”? The Supreme Court’s decision in Lawrence v. Texas is America’s “moral 9/11”   On June 26, 2003, the Supreme Court granted constitutional protection to sodomy. In holding that a Texas law classifying sodomy … Continue reading

The Church: The Scandals’ Unmentioned Victim

  The Church: The Scandals’ Unmentioned Victim TFP Analysis of the May 3, 2003 Agreement between Bishop Thomas J. O’Brien (and the Phoenix Diocese) and Maricopa County Attorney Rick Romley   The sexual abuse scandals, reported with an unnecessary abundance … Continue reading

The Brazilian 2002 Elections: A Stacked Deck?

While our own congressional elections are so very important, another set of elections must not be ignored. On October 6, Brazil will hold its presidential elections. It is not just another election since the results could well determine the course … Continue reading

On the Horns of a False Dilemma

Allow Reforms in the Church, or Be Labeled an Accomplice to Sexual Abuse How Some Pressure Groups Are Fomenting Revolution Inside the Church On June 1, the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) sent a … Continue reading

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