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Living Indissolubility in Marriage: The Act of the Heroic Christian

We hardly need a reminder that marriage is under attack, both in the world and the Church. The attack on marriage within Holy Mother Church is perhaps the most devastating, leaving members of the laity confused and troubled. In his ongoing debate over admitting the divorced and remarried to Communion, Cardinal Kasper’s proposals have done more harm than good for the Church and world. While his provocative perspectives have brought about much discussion, they do little for those who do not understand the Church’s teaching on marriage, especially with regard to indissolubility. We shall look…

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Jul, 3 2015

Why I Still believe the Church’s Teachings on Sexuality (Objection Series 4)

In case some are wondering, yes I do still hold to Catholic teaching on sexual morality and that includes the belief that the male/female sexual act is intrinsic to marriage. Especially in light of the Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges that declared…

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Jul, 1 2015

Marriage vs. Matrimony: the Aftermath of Legalizing Same-Sex “Marriage”

By Denise Hunnell, M.D.

There is no doubt that the Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage will reverberate through our culture and increase the assaults on Christians and religious liberty. This ruling will be used to vilify anyone who does not embrace and celebrate homosexuality. Expect pressure to remove…

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The Erosion of Marriage (National Catholic Register)
By Don DeMarco

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By Denise Hunnell

Robin William’s Life of Comedy Ends in Tragedy (Aleteia)
By Caitlin Bootsma

The Moment of Choice: Recognizing Human Dignity in Difficult Circumstances (HLI.org)
By Fr. Shenan J. Boquet

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By Dr. Denise Hunnel

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Jun, 24 2015

Human Cloning = Biological Slavery

On February 22, 1997, the pro-life landscape was altered into a new direction. It was on that fateful day that Dolly the sheep was…

Jun, 15 2015

A World without Consequences

All effects have causes. All actions have consequences. To understand these self-evident truths leads to an understanding of reality, the nature of things. In…

Jun, 11 2015

Absolutism v. Incrementalism

This, no doubt, will be a controversial article. In the wake of the passage of HR 36 (The Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act)…


Jul, 1 2015

One of Nine Siblings!

“You have how many brothers and sisters?” This was a common question we would get when we were kids. “So, was it difficult being part of…

Jun, 29 2015

Supreme Folly

The United States Supreme Court is so named not because it exemplifies consistent wisdom, but because there is no higher judiciary to which…

Jun, 23 2015

Opposing Gay Marriage Is The Tolerant Thing To Do

Transgender Fallon Fox recently received criticism for breaking the eye socket of Tamikka Brents in a mixed martial arts match. Having a sex…


Jun, 26 2015

Why Should I Trust the Bible (Objection Series 3)

Why should I trust the Bible given all its translations, its ancient age, and its occasional difficulties in harsh figures or unintelligible cultural differences?

You should…

Jun, 22 2015

Why I Think James Keenan, S.J. Is Wrong About Humanae Vitae and the Prophylactic Use of Condoms

Boston College moral theologian James Keenan, S.J.’s “Life Lessons: How I teach ‘Humanae Vitae’”, is, on the whole, a good exposition of…

Jun, 19 2015

Does God Exist (Objection Series 2)

Here, of course, is the most fundamental question of Faith. As I said in the introduction, I am a convert to Catholicism rather than…