By Michael Davis, Catholic Herald - Last week, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement. That means President Donald Trump will be able to appoint yet another justice to the Court, which will no doubt inflame his critics even further. Setting the circus of partisan politics aside, what does Kennedy’s departure mean for the American people?
By Anthony Esolen, The Catholic Thing - Do you remember a time, readers, when you could spend a whole day, actually a whole month, occasionally even a year, and not give one passing thought to the issue of sexual perversions?... Do you remember a time when not one liberal in a thousand would have thought it a good idea to have drag queens do story-hour for children in a public library?
By K.V. Turley, Catholic Education Resource Center - The coach was heading to a monastery on an island off the south coast of England. It was only a temporary halt, though. The departing nuns' final destination was as yet unclear. As they drove further from the familiar, both physically and spiritually, the sisters began silently to pray the Rosary.
By Liberty McArtor, The Stream - But for the left, abortion is what drives their opposition to anyone Mr. Trump nominates… People of the left are not speaking or writing or demonstrating about property rights, the Second Amendment, public financing of elections, racial issues, voting rights, religious liberty, or other hot issues. Overwhelmingly, it’s about abortion.