By Terence P. Jeffrey, CNSNews - In 1941, when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and the United States entered World War II, there were 2,515,427 babies born in this country. Of those babies, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 95,700 — or 3.8% — were born to unmarried mothers... The traditional family led by a mother and father was a foundational fact of American culture. ...
By Michael Pakaluk, The Catholic Thing - I don’t deny the validity of Vatican II, of course, or its immense importance. I’ve read every document and wholeheartedly affirm every line. I’ve even read all the “post-conciliar” documents, and Karol Wojtyla’s Sources of Renewal besides. I’ve written many essays and given many talks on the Council... And yet now I find myself wondering, increasingly every day, if the Council is not in some sense “spent.”
Franciscan Media - Gilbert was born in Sempringham, England, into a wealthy family, but he followed a path quite different from that expected of him as the son of a Norman knight. Sent to France for his higher education, he decided to pursue seminary studies.
By Deborah De Sousa Owens, The Stream - The media is trying to confuse you about critical race theory. Along with the left and various activist groups, they want to change terms of the debate, so that they can continue indoctrinating children in Marxism and grievance studies without the pesky interference of parents.