By Gerard V. Bradley, Public Discourse, December 1. 2019 The case against compelled affirmation policies needs to be more explicitly and vividly sexualized. The argument against these policies must be rooted in the civil liberties of objecting students and the right not be forced to be the... read more
By Kevin Jones, Catholic News Agency, November 5, 2019 Terry Bean, a leading investor, LGBT advocate and political fundraiser, has been arrested in Oregon following allegations that he and his lawyer unlawfully paid $200,000 to prevent court testimony from a man who accused Bean and his... read more
By: Donald DeMarco, Wanderer, September 1, 2019 Virtually every form of sex education commits the same mistake. This mistake has to do with positioning sex in the wrong place. Order is paramount. In relating to human beings, humanness comes first, one’s sexual identity (male or female) comes... read more
By Dorothy Cummings McLean VATICAN CITY, September 26, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) ― In an address to Jesuits in Mozambique, Pope Francis recommended an infamous 2017 article that characterized the cooperation between U.S. Catholic and Evangelical social conservatives as an “ecumenism of... read more
by Paul Murano • ChurchMilitant.com • September 19, 2019 Study: 'Generalized beliefs that uncommitted sex is okay ... can contribute to the failure of a marriage' You are not signed in as a Premium user; we rely on Premium users to support our... read more
By Jonathon Van Marens, LifeSiteNews, September 6, 2019 Every so often, a pop culture phenomenon reminds us just how thoroughly we have abandoned our Judeo-Christian heritage in the year of our Lord 2019. The latest example is an upcoming Downton Abbey film, a cinematic accompaniment to the... read more
Brebeuf Jesuit Prep's varsity football team at an Aug. 16 game (Michael Hoffbauer Photography)
by Catherine M. Odell People, National Catholic Reporter, August 27, 2019 INDIANAPOLIS — Catholic high school students, teachers and staff returned to school here amid a quiet tension mixed with the usual back-to-school chatter and excitement. Over the summer, Archbishop Charles Thompson... read more
Walter Denton prays as the sun rises in his backyard in Agat, Guam, Saturday, May 11, 2019.
By Michael Biesecker, AP, August 9, 2019 Walter Denton wanted to grow up to be just like Father Tony Apuron, until the night he says the parish priest raped him in a church rectory. The pastor sent the sobbing 13-year-old altar boy away with a warning: “If you say anything to anybody, no one... read more
August 7, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – A Minnesota district judge is allowing a gender-confused student’s lawsuit to proceed against the Anoka-Hennepin School District over its policy on transgender locker rooms, declaring a need for “immediate” resolution of the matter. In February, the group... read more
By Bob Sullivan, Crisis, August 1, 2019 There’s a crisis of manhood in the American Church. You know it; I know it. But if our bishops are anything other than totally oblivious, they’re playing it cool. In July of 2017, I attended a USCCB convocation in Orlando, Florida. Its stated goal... read more
By Hannah Leone, Chicago Tribune, July 25, 2019 The Office of Inspector General has reported to the Chicago Board of Education on abuse cases it is investigating. Twenty-three Chicago Public Schools employees have been fired. (Zbigniew Bzdak / Chicago Tribune) Complaints of sexual misconduct... read more
Chicago Cardinal Blase Cupich, USA, published on Twitter the picture of a gay-themed crucifix.
Bishop Arthur J. Serratelli
Jeffrey Epstein (Uma Sanghvi/Palm Beach Post via Reuters)