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  • Homosexual Marriage Not a Right Says European Human Rights Court
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    Homosexual Marriage Not a Right Says European Human Rights Court

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    A unanimous decision of the European Court of Human Rights has once again said that homosexual marriage is not a human right under European law. Almost one year after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Obergfell v. Hodges case, which imposed homosexual marriage on the entire United States, the European Court opted with caution, […]

  • Many California Docs Say No to Assisted Suicide!
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    Many California Docs Say No to Assisted Suicide!

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    This past October, California governor Jerry Brown signed an assisted suicide law making it legal in the state for “physicians to provide lethal prescriptions to mentally competent adults who have been diagnosed with a terminal illness and face the expectation that they will die within six months.” However, not all medical professionals and hospitals agree […]

  • 'Mother Teresa Was the Best Missionary of the Millennium'
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    ‘Mother Teresa Was the Best Missionary of the Millennium’

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    By Eva-Maria Kolmann NEW YORK—An Indian prelate has described Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, who will be canonized by Pope Francis Sept. 4, 2016, as the “best missionary of the millennium.” Bishop Salvadore Lobo of Baruipur, who headed the canonization committee, reported that Christ had said to Mother Teresa in a vision: “Go into the houses, […]

  • Poem: "On the Pages Before Me"
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    Poem: “On the Pages Before Me”

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    On the Pages Before Me In the evening hours, When the night is still. Comes the Lord my God, To his servant. There he sits awaiting, The God of all Glory. And wonders, wonders, wonders, How is this so? Where in his life, Had he been so good? How in his life could he, Achieve […]

  • My Trek to Catholicism: Intellectual, Emotional, and Spiritual
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    My Trek to Catholicism: Intellectual, Emotional, and Spiritual

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    If you had told me seven years ago that I was on the verge of converting to Catholicism and that I would eventually work for the Church, I would have nodded politely and slowly backed away towards the nearest exit. The idea would have seemed completely crazy. On my best days, I was a loosely […]

  • Poem: "Reaching Eyes"
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    Poem: “Reaching Eyes”

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    Reaching Eyes A hand reaches out, with eyes behind and yet I may not glance, to avoid the dance of charity not felt for I am a judge in motion ever ready to drop my gavel deciding who is true or false when in reality it is I who should be the first defendant resplendent […]