By Michaiah Bilger, LifeNews.com - As the idea of universal health care, or “Medicare for All,” gains support among Democrats, a U.S. Senator promised that taxpayer funding for abortions will be included the plan… While introducing the legislation Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a pro-abortion Democrat from Connecticut… said their plan would eliminate the Hyde Amendment and other abortion restrictions
By Austin Ruse, Crisis Magazine - James Martin SJ gallivants around the country telling young men and women that their sexual lifestyles are acceptable to the Church, which is not true; that the Church welcomes them no matter what they may be doing, which is certainly true... (he) tells them that the teachings of the Church will probably change to reflect such approval and that this is the best of all possible worlds, which is not true.
Dr. Edward Peters - Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936) was the brightest star in a constellation of great men who illuminated English and Catholic letters during the first half of the twentieth century. Forever linked with such giants as Hilaire Belloc, Msgr. Ronald Knox, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Evelyn Waugh, writers who excelled in two or three forms of writing, Chesterton worked in a half-dozen genres, and mastered nearly all of them.