By Kevin Majeres, CERC - For families, the purity of the father is the strength and stability of the family. His purity produces joy and contentment in his relationship with his wife. Purity elevates his power to find joy in life: first, in his relationship with God; then in being a loving husband and father; then being a good friend, being a good provider for one's family, and so on. All of these goods are sources of joy; and they are all primarily spiritual.
By Rep. Chris Smith, CNA - Created by Congress in 1970, Title X of the Public Health Service Act authorized taxpayer funds to assist “voluntary family planning projects” but made absolutely clear in the statute that federal funds were prohibited from being spent on “programs where abortion is a method of family planning.”.. As Title X was administered, that didn’t happen.
By Chris Woodward, OneNewsNow - Susan B. Anthony List is holding its annual Campaign for Life Gala tonight, May 22, in which President Donald Trump is set to deliver the keynote address... "It's the first-time a sitting president has ever addressed our organization and I'm sure it's going to be a historic speech," says Mallory Quigley, vice president of communications at SBA List.
By Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture - As Vatican officials prepare for a "summit meeting" with a delegation from the German hierarchy, to discuss the German bishops' proposal for allowing intercommunion, John Allen of Crux provides a glimpse of reality: Those who know the reality of German Catholicism generally say things break down like this: Most Catholics and Protestants in mixed marriages aren't going to church on a regular basis anyway, so the issue of intercommunion doesn't really arise.