By Pete Jermann, Crisis Magazine - The purpose of the modern critique of Catholic sexual morality is not to redefine sexual ethics but to un-moralize (de-moralize?) all forms of sexual expression, i.e., to give our sexual desires free rein unencumbered by guilt or responsibility. In an age where our goodness is determined by feelings of goodness about ourselves, this makes perfect sense. Yet, one would think Catholic bishops educated in the traditions and doctrines of the Church would clearly see through the false promise of such thinking. However, this is not the case.
By Nikolas Nikas & Dorinda Bordlee, Bioethics Defense Fund, Press Release - January 2, 2020. For Immediate Release. Louisiana is set to argue before the U.S. Supreme Court on March 4, 2020 that abortion businesses should no longer be presumed to have “third-party standing” — a legal concept by which abortion providers seek to assert the purported constitutional rights of women in order to strike down reasonable health and safety regulations that protect the very women they claim to represent.