By David Carlin, The Catholic Thing - You may have noticed that you can get in trouble for expressing the opinion that homosexual conduct is morally wrong or unnatural. You may find yourself being called a “homophobe” or a “hater” or a “bigot.” And if there is a public record of your having expressed such an opinion in the recent or even distant past, you may find that this disqualifies you for a job you are applying for.
By Harry Scherer, The Federalist - Though the results of last week’s ballot measure in Ohio are being billed as a loss for the pro-life movement, they also present opportunities the movement should be enthusiastic to embrace... Patrick T. Brown, a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, drove this point home with a tweet that got some attention: “The Ohio result tonight … needs to be a five-alarm fire for the pro-life movement.”
By Stephen Kokx, LifeSite News - Left-wing Cdl. Blase Cupich is set to appear at a scandalous ecumenical event (2023 Parliament of the World’s Religions) in Chicago this week. The conference is coordinated by a Wiccan priestess and features more than 6,000 representatives of various forms of pagan and non-Catholic sects... Its theme is “A Call to Conscience: Defending Freedom and Human Rights.”...Cupich will appear on a “luminary” panel... UN Sec. Gen. António Guterres as well as dissident Catholic Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi are also scheduled to address the conference.
Franciscan Media - When he died at the age of 23, Louis was already a Franciscan, a bishop, and a saint!.. Louis’s parents were Charles II of Naples and Sicily, and Mary, daughter of the King of Hungary. Louis was related to Saint Louis IX on his father’s side and to Elizabeth of Hungary on his mother’s side.