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Georgetown Scandal – Take Action!

Catholic universities have an obligation to uphold and revere the teachings of Christ and His Church—and to instruct others how to do the same. When a high-ranking member of the government—who claims to be Catholic but does not follow the teachings of the Church—is thrust upon students, there must be an outcry. Georgetown University has […]

A Response to Recent Attacks on Catholic Teaching

by: Rob Gasper The National Catholic Reporter (NCR), to put it charitably, is well known for its independent spirit and progressive leanings.  According to NCR’s mission statement, “NCR is the only significant alternative Catholic voice that provides avenues for expression of diverse perspectives, promoting tolerance and respect for differing ideas.”  Furthermore, for twelve years running, the National Catholic […]

The Economic Impact of Abortion

by: Dennis Howard Dennis Howard, director of ALL’s Associate group The Movement for a Better America, recently received a letter requesting information on the impact of abortion on our tax dollars. Dennis’ answer is instructive. To the editor: I am an engineer who is interested in stopping abortion. I have been looking for a couple […]

The Bullying that U.S. Law Protects

Whenever I hear or read of a news story involving the problem of bullying, my husband always reminds me that, as the youngest of four boys, he was bullied from the moment he could walk! I suppose that, because brothers will be brothers, in retrospect this is rather funny and is likely to be expected in […]

Transforming today’s nursing homes

by: Mary Meehan – Celebrate Life Is it possible to celebrate life when you are elderly, frail, and living in a nursing home? Staff at hundreds of nursing homes around the country now answer this question with a resounding “Yes!” They are transforming their institutions into truly homelike environments where residents experience the joys of […]

None Dare Call It Apostasy

by: Michael Hichborn On the cross at Calvary, there were two men crucified next to Our Blessed Lord. To His right was St. Dismas, a good thief, who repented of his sins and begged forgiveness. To His left was Gestas, a rebel who mocked Our Lord, challenging Him to reject His cross and save the […]