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‘Abortion Is The Very Antithesis Of Catholic Social Teaching’

Last week, Catholics for Choice launched a public relations campaign called “Abortion in Good Faith.” In it, the group claims that “public funding for abortion is a Catholic social justice value.” The campaign and the organization have received much well-deserved, high-profile denouncement...

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There Is No ‘Me’ In Maternity Leave

As I sat in our La-Z-Boy, rocking my 3-year-old son and his virus for a fourth straight night, I had some serious time to think about the recent interview with author Meghann Foye advocating for “Meternity Leave.”In a new novel and interview with the New York Post, Foye is promoting the idea that...

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Imagine A World Aware Of The Needs Of Others

In these past weeks of Christmas, as we have been preparing for OneLife LA, there have been many opportunities to reflect on our work within a special closeness to the Holy Family. I have found myself thinking quite a bit about St Joseph. He is the patron of builders. In a special way, he should...

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Respect Life Week

Enough time has passed since Pope Francis’ spectacular visit to the U.S. that we must ask ourselves, “What difference did the pope’s visit make to me?” Because, that is the question he would most want us to ask. Our Holy Father came to the U.S. specifically to shake each one of us up.The real...

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Thanks Be To God: The Gift Of Every Human Life

There was a time, not long ago, when the nine months in utero were largely mysterious. When parents and families waited for the birthday to see whether the baby was a boy or a girl, had ten fingers and toes or showed signs of any special needs.Today, prenatal screening and ultrasounds are offered...

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This Mother’s Day, Celebrate Everyday Heroes

I have four older sisters. Let me rephrase that. I am blessed to have four older sisters! The years of unsolicited advice and friendly competition aside, my sisters are for me great sources of inspiration. I think about my sisters often as I go through the world. Theirs are the voices in my...


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