Let the nuclear family explode, says Britain’s top family judge

All that matters is for society to pick up the pieces. By Ann Farmer | Jun 4 2018 People used to lament the advent of the nuclear family because it heralded the death of the extended family. Now, according to Britain’s top family court judge, we should applaud the death of the married mum,... read more

An African cardinal asks a good question: What about Communion for polygamists?

By Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith, posted 6 Jan 2017 Virtually every priest who has worked in Africa knows that this is a serious pastoral issue Every now and then someone says something interesting on Twitter. Just yesterday Cardinal Napier, the Archbishop of Durban, reminded us all of something... read more

Islamic Activists Learn from the Same-Sex “Marriage” Campaign

By WILLIAM KILPATRICK, JANUARY 5, 2016 If you’re expecting American Muslim leaders to join in efforts to reverse the legalization of same-sex “marriage,” don’t hold your breath. Undoubtedly, we will hear some obligatory statements of disappointment and disapproval, but it’s unlikely to... read more

Justice Scalia Warns that SCOTUS Majority Worse than the 1776 Brits

by Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D, 4 Jul 2015 In his scintillating and sometimes raucous dissent from last month’s horrendous same-sex marriage decision in Obergefell vs. Hodges, Justice Antonin Scalia warned a pre-Fourth of July nation that what the Court’s majority had done to them was worse... read more

Cardinal Napier slams Kasper’s criticism of African Catholics

By Patrick B. Craine ROME, April 9, 2015, LifeSiteNews.com The most influential African prelate involved in the Synod on the Family has strongly criticized German Cardinal Walter Kasper, the de facto leader of the liberal wing at the Synod. Cardinal Wilfrid Napier, who heads the... read more

African bishop on polygamy, homosexuality & divorce (oh my).

By Grant Gallicho, Commonweal Magazine, 3/6/15 In a wide-ranging, at points jaw-dropping interview with Aleteia, Archbishop Charles Palmer-Buckle of Accra, Ghana, signaled his openness to finding a way for remarried Catholics to be readmitted to Communion--and suggested the church might... read more

Same-Sex Mirage Likely to be Imposed on America

Written By Laurie Higgins, Illinois Family Institute "When logic and proportion have fallen sloppy dead..."~ Grace Slick A week ago, the Supreme Court agreed to decide whether to impose same-sex faux-marriage on all 50 states. Judges have already imposed it on 25 states in contravention of... read more

Gay marriage bans upheld in four states

A USS appeals court has upheld bans on gay marriage in four states, a ruling that increases the chances the Supreme Court will soon rule on the issue. Judge Jeffrey Sutton of the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals wrote definitions of marriage should not be changed by the courts. The 2-1... read more