Let’s face it. When it comes to casual sex, many young women don’t claim the role of the duped and bewildered teenager, crying into her pillow because “she thought it was love”. Instead, some women willingly embrace the hook-up culture as a...
TMZ has learned Mitt Romney’s son Tagg — who had twins this year through a surrogate — signed an agreement that gave the surrogate, as well as Tagg and his wife, the right to abort the fetuses in non-life threatening situations … and Mitt Romney...
Last evening I had the joy of taking a dozen-plus college students to the Abbey of the Genesee for the first of this year’s “Newman Community Book Discussion with Monks.” The Trappist monastery is just a few miles down the road…Read Full Article...
Ambitious restaurateurs Larry McGuire and Thomas Moorman helm the kitchen at Elizabeth Street Café, a nine-month-old Vietnamese boulangerie and café in Austin's South Congress neighborhood that is putting a locally sourced, farm-fresh spin on the...
The Pro-Life movement has a lot of things wrong with it. One of them is the insistence that abortion is about "a child not a choice." Here is a little secret: the women who choose abortion know it's a child.
This is the website/blog of Philosopher Stephen Law. Stephen is the editor of the Royal Institute of Philosophy journal THINK.He has published several books and is senior lecturer in philosophy at Heythrop College, University ...
Oklahoma: do not drop this woman, because if you break her you won’t find another one like her soon. She writes:Public Catholic exists because of two events.1. President Obama declared war on my church.
Here are some thoughts and some readings for freshmen (or first-years) excited about our election and heading for college. They also apply to the rest of us long-time voters who might care to think about the meaning and the nature of elections. Do we know more than freshmen? “Live and learn” says we do; “it’s never too late to learn” says we don’t. It’s safer to think that we don’t, and that we would profit from taking another look at things we take for granted.
And now we get to relativism and the false dichotomy of the 2012 election: Moral relativism validates bad options in the presence of something worse, and on the moral issues at stake in this election, one bad option appears as with a shiny halo...
Nobody likes to look like a fool, especially not a Dominican. Sure, it can be fun to play the buffoon for a bit to get a laugh or to make a point as long as when the dust settles it’s perfectly clear that our ignorance was feigned.
Here is a very useful article and interview, excerpt: Segundo, nuestro modelo donde los residentes siguen el acceso a las mejores leyes sin ser gobernados por extranjeros es mucho más respetuoso de la autonomía local y soberanía del país.
The worst slogan we could possibly adopt because it calls us to renew our pain and in some ways to continually look outward to our tormentors and scapegoats. The memory of heroism should never die. But we shouldn't re-live the tragedy.
On hearing the word “asceticism,” a number of associations rush to mind. Most typically, we recall the standard fare of Lenten practices—fasting, abstinence, perhaps the sacrifice of some beloved comfort.
…that just makes me love him all the more with its blunt contrition and brutal honesty about what abortion, in fact, is. I’m sending myself a check in order to re-up my membership in the Wright/Shea Mutual Admiration Society.
Why are Catholic movies so bad? Historically the Church has been patron to some of mankind’s greatest artists; from the Sistine Chapel to medieval mystery plays, Catholicism has been a wellspring for the arts, both elite and popular. So why is it that “good Christian movie” is almost a contradiction in terms?
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