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America’s “Abortion King” (Dr. Bernard Nathanson) and the “Catholic Strategy”

Decades of Political Support for Abortion Began With This Sophisticated Propaganda Campaign By Terry T. Beatley with Clare Ruff At a prayer vigil in November 2009, I discerned the Lord asking me to interview Dr. Bernard Nathanson, the last surviving co-founder of NARAL — the National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws (later [...]

From Pius XII to Vatican II: The Hidden History of a Key Church Epoch

Fr. Charles Theodore Murr, in this Interview Concerning His Book on Mother Pascalina Lehnert, Unveils the Mysteries of the People and Events in the Church in the Mid-1900s By Kevin Symonds In this interview, Inside the Vatican talks with Fr. Charles Theodore Murr, author of The Godmother: Mother Pascalina: A Feminine Tour de Force (2017). [...]

Pope Francis: Human Dignity Has Political Implications

Our "Inalienable dignity" is the "foundation of all social life" By Courtney Mares (CNA) Pope Francis has praised the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a powerful defense of the principle of the inalienable dignity of the human person. In the photo, Eleanor Roosevelt, who was a promoter of the Declaration, which was approved [...]

October Beatification of Computer Programmer Carlo Acutis

This ordinary young Italian was filled with the love of God. He will be beatified on October 10. By Meg Hunter-Kilmer Carlo Acutis, who died unexpectedly at age 15 in 2006. He hiked, played soccer, went to daily Mass and was filled with the love of God. He will be beatified in Assisi, where [...]

Francis Praises Dialogue in Conversations with Agnostic “Slow Food” Founder

A book publishing conversations between Pope Francis and Carlo Petrini, the founder of the Slow Food organization, highlights the Pope’s emphasis on dialogue with others. Petrini, 71, is a well-known Italian gastronomist, agnostic, and ex-Communist who started Slow Food in 1989 to safeguard local food culture. It is in this context that the author introduces [...]

Socialism, Modernism and Catholic Doctrine

The Church's social teachings suggest a "Just Third Way" — an economic system that respects the dignity of the person By Michael D. Greaney Pope Gregory XVI (1831-1846) during a Corpus Christi procession along the colonnade of St. Peter’s Square. Left, Félicité de Lamennais, considered by some as founder of liberal Catholicism. Following [...]

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