By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews - Abortion activists and several prominent journalists criticized the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday for not fulfilling their expectations with a ruling about the Texas heartbeat law... Abortion activists had hoped that Monday would be the day when the U.S. Supreme Court would issue a ruling about the pro-life legislation. However, the court published only one opinion for the day, an unrelated case about water rights, according to SCOTUS Blog.
By Matt Archbold, EWTN News - Frank Capra, the legendary director of heartwarming films such as It's a Wonderful Life and Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, fought against the temptation to dilute his values in his work. Capra, a Catholic, didn’t just have to fight Hollywood though. He wrote in a recently-discovered manuscript that he resisted the urge from the devil to water down the strong vein of morality that ran through his movies.
By Kevin Wells, Crisis Magazine - “No deep conviction is aroused in the incredulous until they see the scarred hands and the broken heart of the priest who is a victim with Christ,” Archbishop Fulton Sheen wrote. “The mortified priest, the priest who is detached from the world—these inspire, edify, and Christify souls.”
By Randall Smith, The Catholic Thing - Imagine there was a popular food additive that researchers discovered decreased male sexual libido and performance by 50 percent. Young men would avoid it like the plague. Or imagine a supplement that made young men feel like they were getting stronger when they took it, but was actually weakening them.