By Msgr. Charles Pope - We talk a lot about freedom, but compulsiveness, addiction, and lack of self-control are more the case with the average person... We have collectively rejected the “Ten Big Laws of God,” declaring our freedom from being told what to do. But the result has not been that we have fewer laws; rather we now have thousands of “little laws,” imposed upon us through oppressive government, by which we are told what we must do under penalty of law.
By Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSiteNews - Pope Francis has backed global elites such as Bill Gates when it comes to a Coronavirus vaccination, saying that it should be “universal and for all.”... Vaccine critics, including environmental lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr., are warning that key parts of testing are being skipped in the push to develop a COVID vaccine. Critics warn about the risks of large-scale injury and other health-related consequences that could result from a largely untested vaccine that is suddenly injected into millions.
By David Carlin, The Catholic Thing - For a hundred years or so, elite liberal thinkers have been teaching that all values, including moral values, are merely subjective; but in recent decades these teachings have trickled down to the masses. The elites usually wanted no more than a license for sexual freedom; they hoped things would stop there. The masses, especially the lowest stratum of the masses, are more logical. They use moral subjectivism as a license for disorder and criminality.
By Kevin Jones, CNA - Sister Simone Campbell, who (was) set to offer a prayer at the Democratic National Convention Thursday, has declined to take a stand on the morality of abortion protections, and a CNA examination finds donors to her organization, Network Lobby, have links to pro-abortion rights advocacy... Asked Aug. 19 whether her organization opposes the legal protection of abortion, Campbell told CNA, “That is not our issue. That is not it. It is above my pay grade.”... “It’s not the issue that we work on. I’m a lawyer. I would have to study it more intensely than I have,” Campbell added.