By Ed Condon, Catholic Herald - From the outset, the primary concern of the Church has been that Masonry suborns a Catholic’s faith to that of the lodge, obliging them to place a fundamental secularist fraternity above communion with the Church… Between Clement XII in 1738 and the promulgation of the first Code of Canon Law in 1917, a total of eight popes wrote explicit condemnations of Freemasonry.
By Hilary White, The Remnant Newspaper - Emma “La Bicicletta” Bonino is a woman who entered parliament in the 1970s to avoid prosecution for, according to her own boasts, having committed over 10,000 illegal abortions. The nickname comes from the machine she built for the job from a bicycle pump and a pickle jar.
By John Burger, Aleteia - The accuracy of the new technology—CRISPR-Cas9—could be compared to the search-and-replace function of modern computing, he said. With a sort of “genetic scissors,” the process snips out a mutated DNA sequence in a fertilized egg, and that is replaced with a synthetic healthy DNA sequence.