Monthly Archives: February 2012

From the National Catholic Register: Crossing the Rubicon

‘We Are Crossing the Rubicon’: House Tackles HHS Mandate  Threat   (143) Bishop Lori, legal and policy experts raise concerns; a  representative of the Institute of Medicine defends the federal rule. Share by  JOAN FRAWLEY DESMOND02/29/2012 Comments (1) WASHINGTON — Yesterday a … Continue reading

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Cardinal George Warns: Closing of Catholic Hospitals, Universities in Two Years

Cardinal George: All Catholic hospitals will close in two years under HHS mandate | The Catholic Church is being “despoiled of her institutions” through Obama…. If you like this article, please click on the FOLLOW BY EMAIL button  … Continue reading

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Scholarly Medical Ethics Journal: Why Not Baby Killing?

The GRIZZLY, BRAVE NEW WORLD OF MEDICAL “ETHICS” The abstract below comes from this month’s Journal of Medical Ethics, a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. It embodies the icy, amoral detachment of utilitarian medical ethics.  The argument of the Australian authors from the University of Melbourne echoes that … Continue reading

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Ahmed Sumeira, a courageous Muslim civil liberties lawyer I knew in the Middle East, says he has personally investigated the dispute between the Iranian government and Fox News about why Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani faces capital punishment. The government says he committed rape and … Continue reading

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FATHER JOE, PERSONAL CONSCIENCE and RELIGIOUS LIBERTY Some friends seem to question my judgment (maybe my sanity, too) when I say that Jesuits hold a special place in my heart. That’s not to deny my very special and unique love … Continue reading

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JUST OUT…. The National Review becomes the sole adult in the chaotic and destructive GOP Room by offering much-needed advice to Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney: NATIONAL REVIEW TO NEWT: GET OUT, BACK RICK! “… it would be a grave … Continue reading

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An independent national survey by Rasmussen Reports last week shows that Americans oppose the Obama contraceptive mandate. However, the vote is extremely  close and reflects a fundamental divide among Americans about the kind of nation we shall be. When Americans … Continue reading

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