Family Life

Archbishop Chaput’s New Book Addresses Man’s Greatest Spiritual Poverty: Not Knowing How to Die

If we do not have a clear idea of our final end, then we will not know how to begin living. By Father Paul Scalia, National Cathpolic Register, March 13, 2021 Things Worth Dying For: Thoughts on a Life Worth Living By Charles J. Chaput “On your walls, Jerusalem, I have set my... read more

VP Harris Avoids Controversy in UN Speech but Behind the Scenes U.S. Pushes for Abortion

By Lisa Correnti and Stefano Gennarini, C-Fam, March 19, 2021 NEW YORK, March 19 (C-Fam) Vice President Kamala Harris steered clear of abortion and LGBT rights in her UN debut, even though the hot-button topics were priorities for U.S diplomats in UN negotiations this week. Harris... read more

The Value of Stay-at-Home Moms? Priceless

By Jessica Kramer, Crisis, March 8, 2021 “The homemaker has the ultimate career. All other careers exist for one purpose only—and that is to support the ultimate career.” That famous C.S. Lewis line (which is actually just a paraphrase of his original quote) comes to mind every time I... read more

True Populism is Pro-Family

By Helen Roy, Salvo, February 3, 2021 Hungary’s model shows how it’s done. Things are looking up for the Hungarian people. Over the past ten years, the country has adopted a body of policies to promote a traditional conception of family life, relieve the economic pressures on young... read more

What happens to the pro-life movement in a post-Trump era?

By Kate Scanlon, Catholic News Agency. January 15. 2021 President Donald Trump on Wednesday became the first president in American history to be impeached by the House of Representatives twice. The vote came a week after supporters of the president breached the U.S. Capitol, delaying the... read more

We’re Gonna Get a Whole Year Dedicated to Amoris Laetitia, The Evil Exhortation That Will Never Die

By Steve Skojec, OnePeterFive, December 28, 2020 Pope Francis has announced that beginning on March 19, 2021, an entire year will be dedicated to the “Amoris Laetitia Family” (whatever that means): In his Angelus address Dec. 27, the feast of the Holy Family, the pope noted that March... read more

Young People Crave Truth That Only Traditional Catholicism Can Deliver

By Ben Hachten, OnePeterFive OnePeterFive November 19, 2020 As I was reading the comments (I know, never do that) of my recent article in The American Conservative, It’s Not Your Father’s GOP, several commenters opined that a socially conservative political movement will never play with the... read more

The Fury of the Fatherless

By Mary Eberstadt, First Things, December 2020 The Trump administration’s recent designation of several American cities as “anarchic jurisdictions” may turn out to have been nothing more than a quixotic gambit in the supercharged run-up to November 3. But the fact that it was thinkable in... read more

The Indisputably Best Way to Raise a Saint

By Dan Millette, OnePeterFive, August 13, 2020 What occasionally keeps me up at night, besides the yappy dog a few houses over, is wondering how to raise my children to become saints. There are so many questions my wife and I ponder. How do we get our children to a reverent Mass? Will... read more

Domesticity Is Not Slavery

By Jane Clark Scharl, Crisis, May 21, 2020 The New York Times recently ran a piece titled “Women’s Unpaid Labor is Worth $10,900,000,000,000.” It was exactly as cynical and one-sided as one might expect. Though the piece masqueraded as a simple survey of women’s often-unseen... read more

Anderson Cooper and the New Normal

Why Surrogacy Is Oppression By John Stonestreet and Maria Baer, 05/8/20 A couple of weeks ago, a woman had a baby. Childbirth, of course, happens tens of thousands of times a day in the United States, but this baby was a product. A couple paid a doctor and an agency to secure the child.... read more

Women at Work

Attorney General Dana Nessel of Michigan (left) with her "wife."

Michigan attorney general using secretive ‘hate crime unit’ to harass pro-marriage group

They Were Warned