By Scott Yenor, First Things - Our modern sexual ecosystem is hostile to marriage and the family. Easy access to pornography, no-fault divorce, and our sexual harassment regime have changed what we expect of men and women. Powerful ideologies stigmatize enduring, life-long marriage as oppressive. Increasingly, young people decide that the sacrifices and duties involved in family life are not worth it. As a result, marriage rates and birth rates have plummeted in this country.
By Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, LifeSiteNews - You have gathered, in such great numbers, in this piazza in Turin, as hundreds of thousands of people all around the world show their opposition to the establishment of a global tyranny. For months now, despite the deafening silence of the media, millions of citizens from every nation have cried out their “NO!” No to the pandemic folly, No to the lockdowns, to the curfews, to the imposition of vaccines, to the health passports, to the blackmails of the totalitarian power enslaved to the elite. It is a power that reveals itself as intrinsically evil ....
By Eric Mack, NewsMax - The Supreme Court has agreed to fast-track the appeal to block Texas' abortion restriction, which was petitioned to the court by abortion rights advocates, CNBC reported Monday... The case is pending in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit, but an expedited appeal to the Supreme Court could bring the case before the high court as soon as December, according to the report.
By Paul Brock, Church Militant - Over the past 50 years, the American family has been obliterated. Today, roughly one out of every three kids grows up without married parents... In 1965, in Griswold v. Connecticut, the Supreme Court held that the U.S. Constitution guarantees a right to marital privacy against state-imposed contraception bans. In other words, the court essentially legalized contraception between married couples.