By Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture - But let’s look beyond the “seamless garment” debate—a debate that the USCCB rehashes every election year—and look at the more specific plan of action issued by Archbishop Joseph Naumann, the head of the bishops’ pro-life committee. Focusing to the needs of women who face difficult pregnancies, he called attention to the Catholic hospitals and Catholic Charities affiliates that provide services for these women. Then, in third place, he mentioned the “thousands of pregnancy care centers staffed by many Catholic volunteers.”
By Christine Niles, M.St. (Oxon.), J.D., Church Militant - Texas Bishop Michael Olson led the charge not only in attacking a prominent pro-life group but also supporting measures that would allow a "death panel" to determine if patients live or die… "Michael Olson is really the person who drives their political agenda, the (Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops, TCCB)," says Jim Graham, president of Texas Right to Life… "It has become solely a political organization."…
By Dr. Maike Hickson, LifeSiteNews - An Argentinian archbishop close to Pope Francis, who is widely regarded as the principal ghostwriter of the Pope’s controversial 2016 exhortation Amoris Laetitia, is claiming that the Pope blazed a path to married priests in his new Amazon exhortation. The Pope did this by means of suggesting the development of a new “Amazonian rite” that would, in the words of the exhortation, “inculturate the liturgy among indigenous peoples,” the archbishop claimed.
By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews - Rhyan Glezman, a pastor and the brother-in-law of the pro-abortion presidential candidate (Pete Buttigieg), recently spoke with Fox News host Tucker Carlson about Buttigieg’s so-called Christian faith… “The height of intellectual dishonesty for Pete to make claims that there’s no compatibility with being a Christian and voting for Trump, which Pete, in fact, is the one who is pushing agendas and rhetoric that is clearly against Scripture,” Glezman said… it troubles him deeply that his brother-in-law is running for the highest office in the land, but he can’t even “make a moral decision on whether to keep a child after it’s already been born or to have it killed.”