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The international mega-corporation Kimberly-Clark, who makes multiple products for adult, family, baby and child care, recently announced that it was going to cut 5,500 jobs. This accounts for … more
Archbishop Fulton Sheen over the course of the years has been an inspiring teacher, preacher and shepherd of souls. In one of his talks concerning evil, he described that the essence of the demonic … more
On April 6, 1977, Gianna Jessen was born. It was never supposed to happen. Born two months premature, and as a result of a failed saline abortion, Gianna survived while the abortion doctor was forced … more
In the wake of World War II, still reeling from the racist violence of Nazi Germany, the United Nations prepared its charter with the determined commitment to uphold human rights. The international … more
This past Sunday marked the 104th observance of the World Day of Migrants and Refugees. Pope Francis celebrated Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica with migrants and refugees from 49 nations. The Holy … more
The observance this past Monday of Martin Luther King Jr. Day should remind us not only of the great strides that have been made in championing racial equality in our nation, but also of how much … more
One of the greatest writers during the Renaissance period was Dante Alighieri. After his exile from Florence, he ended up in Ravenna where he wrote his greatest masterpiece, “The Divine Comedy.” … more
On January 19, 2018, the 45th annual March for Life will take place in Washington, D.C., as a show of solidarity against the evil of abortion. There are many different groups of people who attend the … more
On December 6, the patriarchs and heads of the Christian churches in Jerusalem wrote a personal letter to President Donald Trump, appealing to him not to change how the United States understands the … more
Contemporary culture frequently affirms gender identity as a free, liberating and arbitrary choice. Some online “expert” medical sites claim that gender cannot merely be a matter of biology or … more
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