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Abortion and the Dead Conscience

Abortion and the Dead Conscience

By Judie Brown The words that have been written about the malformed conscience are copious but often lacking in substance. This is why when we talk about intentionally killing the innocent—as is the case with abortion and euthanasia—I always refer to Fr. Dion’s definitive article because he helps us understand how one arrives at the state of having a dead conscience. In this state, one slowly...

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The Age of Amorality

The Age of Amorality

By Judie Brown Anyone who paid close attention to the recent midterm elections knows that one thing is perfectly clear. This nation’s citizens couldn’t care less whether a baby lives or dies. As a result, we are experiencing life in an amoral age. The very idea of...

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Liberalism Can Be Deadly

Liberalism Can Be Deadly

By Judie Brown Folks love to put labels on things, especially in the political realm. And when it comes to the word liberalism, you can find everything from it being a “political ideology” to “political doctrine” to a “movement in modern Protestantism.” While each of...

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The Political Moment

The Political Moment

By Judie Brown Tuesday, November 8, was not a banner day for the babies, nor was it a banner day for truth and honesty. It was a fizzle. But there is a reason for this—a reason we dare not ignore. The public has disengaged from reality. Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, who...

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Of Mice and Women

Of Mice and Women

By Judie Brown The recent actions of President Biden and Hollywood celeb Anne Hathaway remind us of the words Pope Leo XIII wrote in Aeterni Patris (On the Restoration of Christian Philosophy) nearly 150 years ago: “A wise man, therefore, would not accuse faith and...

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Justice and the Sycamore Tree

Justice and the Sycamore Tree

By Judie Brown Zacchaeus climbed a sycamore tree to get a good look at Jesus, who upon looking up said, “Zacchaeus, come down. Hurry, because I am to stay at your house today.” St. Augustine commented on this biblical account, teaching: Zacchaeus climbed away from the...

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The Human Tragedy of Erroneous Views

The Human Tragedy of Erroneous Views

By Judie Brown When sin becomes a matter of opinion, human beings become collateral damage. In the process, naïve individuals rely on what they read as if it were gospel truth, never questioning the written or spoken word. And sadly, there are eternal consequences for...

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