Stigmatizing and Prosecuting Pornography

by Gerard V. Bradley, September 08, 2019 Unless adults are willing to make dramatic changes to their own moral and legal rules about pornography, we shall keep playing what amounts to game of Russian roulette with the formation of our children when it comes to one of the most precious parts... read more

New Anti-Porn Program Connects Men With Hope, Plan to Kick Addiction

Program throws a lifeline to the pornography-obsessed. By Judy Roberts, September 2, 2019 Like many men addicted to pornography, Max had tried willpower and prayer to stop. It worked pretty well as long as the 19-year-old was living with other faithful Catholics. But when he returned home... read more

Laxity in Seminaries as a Contributing Cause to the Sex-Abuse Crisis

By Janet E. Smith, National Catholic Register, July 10, 2019 “Hide the handsome ones.” That was what was “jokingly” said when Theodore McCarrick would visit seminaries. It disgusts me that such “jokes” — which clearly portrayed a reality — did not lead to a thorough investigation... read more

Don’t let the culture raise your kids

Advice for parents in a family-unfriendly culture By Marcia Segelstein and Mary Cooney | Jun 11 2019 |  “It takes a village to raise a child” — so goes the African proverb. But what if that village, including schools, peers, media, and the culture at large, goes strongly and... read more

Alumnus accuses former Notre Dame head of whittling down school’s Catholic identity

By Martin M. Barillas WASHINGTON, D.C. June 7, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — Fr. Ted Hesburgh, who led Notre Dame University for 35 years, spent that time “bartering away” the university’s Catholic identity in exchange for academic prestige, according to one reviewer of Hesburgh’s recently... read more

Look at this

By John Garvey, Arlington Catholic Herald, April 24, 2019 I am so proud of our students. This month the student government association, the body that represents our undergraduates, passed a resolution asking the university to prohibit access through the campus network to the 200 most frequently... read more

Students Lead Anti-Pornography Initiatives at Catholic Colleges

The Catholic University of America’s student government association has asked the college administration to block sexually explicit sites on the university’s wireless network. By Stephen Beale, Apr. 15, 2019 WASHINGTON — Students at Catholic colleges are leading the way in combating... read more
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

Full text of Benedict XVI: ‘The Church and the scandal of sexual abuse’

Vatican City, Apr 10, 2019 / 04:23 pm (CNA).- The following is a previously unpublished essay from Pope emeritus Benedict XVI: On February 21 to 24, at the invitation of Pope Francis, the presidents of the world's bishops' conferences gathered at the Vatican to discuss the current crisis of the... read more

Cover Columbus! Show Porn!

By Sycamore Trust, January 24, 2019 .@NotreDame covers Christopher Columbus while uncovering porn. #GoCatholicND Two Notre Dame events that have received widespread publicity recently stand in strange juxtaposition. The first, which we described in a prior report, is the request to Father... read more

Notre Dame, Pornography Middleman

By William Dempsey, December 13, 2018 “God’s given us the choice of whether we’re going to be sinners or not, you know! “ (Paul Browne, Vice President Communications, explaining why Notre Dame doesn’t filter Internet pornography it transmits to students.) We reproduce below a... read more

Fathers, sons, and the sexual revolution we really need

We have got sex so wrong. Rebuilding starts with men. By Patrick F. Fagan | Oct 31 2018 | The total population of North, Central, and South America is less than a billion.  Europe’s population is much less.  Africa’s population is about one billion. In the last 100 years the world has... read more