By John Zmirak, a Senior Editor of The Stream - You need to make sure your neighbors stop having so many children in the first place. They clearly don’t know how to bring them up properly. Those brats won’t have fruitful lives. You can tell just by looking at them.
By Matt Hadro, CNA/EWTN News - A federal court ruled Friday that the Archdiocese of New York had the right not to hire a diocesan school principal in a First Amendment religious freedom decision... “The court saw right through this blatantly anti-Catholic lawsuit, agreeing with the Supreme Court that the church, not the state, should pick religious leaders,”
By Robert B. Greving, Crisis Magazine - Fr. Martin is, I believe, trying to equate the two phrases, preferring “differently ordered” because “objectively disordered” is, in his words, “needlessly hurtful.” The problem is, the two phrases cannot be equated.
By Christine Vollmer, The Catholic Thing - Those who love the Church and have followed the papacies of Paul VI, St. John Paul II, and Benedict XVI with dedication and enthusiasm, are in a state of alarm. Suddenly, amid much sweet-talk, the clarity of Catholic teaching seems to be being disassembled. What is happening? And why must we hold on tight, without fear?