March 25, 2020 – Points to Consider: Triage in the Perspective of Catholic Bioethics Over the past several months, the virus causing COVID-19 disease has been spreading silently throughout the world, infecting hundreds of thousands of people. COVID-19 already has killed over eighteen thousand people worldwide, and it threatens to hospitalize and kill countless more as well as to overwhelm systems of health care delivery. As the pandemic […]

March 13, 2020: How we’re losing the freedom to object to abortion The Christian Legal Centre’s Roger Kiska discusses how our right to protest abortion is being eroded by the very people who have vowed to protect free speech. “Nothing worth having comes without a fight—Got to kick at the darkness ‘til it bleeds daylight.” Bruce Cockburn Increasingly, it would seem, cultural forces are aggressively trying […]

March 10, 2020: Experts Form “Strategy Coalition to Protect Christians and Religious Pluralism in Sub-Sahara” Following a surge in beheadings, abductions and other violent assaults by Islamic extremists targeting Catholic priests, Protestant ministers, and ordinary Christians in sub-Saharan Africa, 20 leading experts in international religious freedom convened a three-day emergency strategy session, March 5-7, on how to respond. It was held at Ave Maria School of Law in Naples, […]

January 22, 2020: Minnesota abuse survivors to speak at ‘restorative justice’ conference The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis is set to open a conference for survivors of clerical sexual abuse on Thursday, with the goal of bringing healing and “restorative justice” to survivors. The archdiocese, in conjunction with the Office of the Ramsey County Attorney, is set to open the first annual Restorative Justice and […]

January 22, 2020: Church Historian Discusses the Papacy, Past and Present “We don’t know what’s going to happen,” says historian Carlos Eire, “but there’s a promise that the Church is not going to disappear and that there’s someone else in charge who is human and divine.”

January 15, 2020: Abraham Kuyper: ‘The school belongs to the parents’

• While the state has an interest in the education of its citizenry, it does not have the responsibility to manage or direct that education      

January 10, 2020: Compulsory Vaccination: The Grand Chamber of the ECHR Will Decide The ECLJ has neither competence nor pretension to rule on the value or the inappropriateness of vaccines in general and does not encourage the refusal of vaccines. However, it seems that the goal sought by compulsory vaccination can be achieved through less restrictive measures which are more respectful of the fundamental rights and freedoms […]

January 9, 2020: 10 Reasons Why the Rosary Is So Powerful Saints say it. Popes say it. The Rosary is a powerful weapon against evil. But have you stopped to figure out why? Here are 10 reasons why the Rosary prayer is the most powerful and how you can use it most fully.

January 8, 2020: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: UNFPA’s Nairobi ICPD+25 Summit   This special report will provide extensive, never-before revealed evidence of the UN’s radical anti-family and anti-life agendas (see “Ugly” sections in Part II). Please take the time to sign the Life and Family Nairobi Declaration here. Thank you in advance!

December 20, 2019: Briefly Reviewed: December 2019 – Equality and Non-discrimination: Catholic Roots, Current Challenges Equality and Non-discrimination: Catholic Roots, Current Challenges By Edited by Jane F. Adolphe, Robert L. Fastiggi, and Michael A. Vacca Publisher: Pickwick Publications Pages: 246 Price: $30 Review Author: Ligia De Jesús Castaldi