Democrats Desperate to Preserve Obama Abortion Legacy
During his confirmation hearings this week, Rex Tillerson, who is up to be Donald Trump's Secretary of State, was pressed by radical feminist Senator Jeanne Shaheen on whether he would support the entrenchment of abortion policy in US foreign policy. Shaheen cited the phony notion of "unmet need" for family planning around the world, a notion that has been debunked by Lant Pritchett at Harvard University and our own Dr. Rebecca Oas. Lisa Correnti reports on the exchange between Shaheen and Tillerson.
We also have some advice for President-elect Donald Trump on how he can rein in the out-of-control United Nations by clipping the wings of the Secretary General who inevitably thinks he is head of the UN. There is much to do there. We hope the Trump team is listening. We know there are very good people there, including our friend Katy Talento, who now heads health care on the White House Domestic Policy Council. Stefano Gennarini drafted this advice for Donald Trump.
Democrats Desperate to Preserve Obama Legacy on Abortion
By Lisa Correnti
NEW YORK, January 13 (C-Fam) Pink-clad feminists ready to disrupt a second day of Senate confirmation hearings were ejected before Rex Tillerson's testimony began. But that didn't stop Senator Jeanne Shaheen from pressing President-elect Trump's nominee for Secretary of State on his reproductive rights agenda. Read more >>
Five Things the Trump Administration Must Do at the UN
Stefano Gennarini, J.D.
NEW YORK, January 13 (C-Fam) There are five main things the Trump administration must do to put U.S. foreign policy back on a pro-life and pro-family track. Read more >>
Could Mexican Lives Be Saved by Trump's Presidency if the New Mexico City Constitution Will Not Protect Them?
As usual, cultural Marxists—and all those who aim at destroying the beauty, and at obscuring the true value and meaning of human dignity, of life, and of the family—are taking advantage of international turmoil, and distraction, to push for and advance their destructive agendas. Read more >>
"Quick Explanation re Catholic Teaching & Contra-ception"
Oh and by the way, THE PILL KILLS!
NaPro-TECHNOLOGY, New Hope in Infertility
Catholic institutions and parishes should proclaim the sanctity of human life without compromise
Click to Email USCCB President Cardinal DiNardo, USCCB Pro Life Chair Cardinal Dolan, USCCB Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth Chair Archbishop Chaput, and National Catholic Bioethics Center President John Haas, PhD, STL
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Our 1st allegiance must be to God (a clip from "A Man for All Seasons").
Catherine of Aragon
"A Queen cherished by the English people for her loyalty, piety, courage and compassion."
Msgr. John J. Ryan
Dietrich von Hildebrand
Blessed Clemens Von Galen
Seven decades ago, he condemned attacks against human life.
The fictional Father Barry's "Sermon on the Docks"
Jesus stands beside us, to strengthen us in our most challenging moments.
St. Gianna Beretta Molla, M.D.
Servant of God Dorothy Day
Saint Teresa of Calcutta
Her speech at the 1994 National Prayer Breakfast
The Fictional Aunt Mae from Spiderman II
“Lord knows, kids...need a hero — courageous, self-sacrificing people....I believe there’s a hero in all of us…that keeps us honest…gives us strength…makes us noble…and finally allows us to die with pride, even though sometimes we have to be steady and give up the thing we want the most – even our dreams.”
Judie Brown, formerly of the Pontifical Academy for Life
Professor Robert George of Princeton
"people who suppose that prostitution, adultery, fornication, & the like are morally innocent are profoundly mistaken....Laws against intrinsic evils such as prostitution, pornography, drug abuse, & the like, as well as those regulating gambling & alcohol, are justified, in part, by a concern to protect the public environment" (A Clash of Orthodoxies, pp. 101 - 108)