By Tyler Blanski, Catholic Exchange - By all appearances, she had fallen into disgrace. She was avoided, even slandered by her own kindred, homeless in her own hometown. The silence between her and Joseph was a yawning chasm. Yet even as whispers turned into open slander among the townsfolk, Mary’s heart beat with purpose. She remembered God’s promises. And she remembered her promise, I am the Lord’s handmaiden.
By John Zmirak, The Stream - (T)he message of an open letter published by civil rights leader Alveda King and other pro-life activists and groups. They wrote: As men and women who fight for the value and dignity of every human life, we ask: Where is the “humanity” and “inclusion” when your company matches employees’ donations to Planned Parenthood, whose founder Margaret Sanger was an outspoken racist with genocidal intentions?
By Elyssa Koren, The Stream - The new round of posters, tied to the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, reveals just how far the office is willing to go in its mission to overhaul international law to further a nonconsensual activist agenda that defies the traditional, religious, or ethical values that so many countries and peoples hold sacred... The declaration, as with the other founding documents of international law, was expertly drafted to protect these values and leave room for crucial national self-determination.