The War on Women

UN Pressures Argentina into New and Extreme Abortion Law

By Stefano Gennarini, J.D. | January 7, 2021 NEW YORK, January 8 (C-Fam) Argentina’s new abortion law, adopted last week, is a new type of law. Promoted by the global abortion industry, it elevates abortion as a human right that trumps all other rights and enshrines gender ideology into... read more

Why ‘reproductive justice’ is a false choice for Catholics

By Brittany Clingen Carl September 3, 2020 WASHINGTON MARCH FOR LIFE A pro-life sign is displayed during the 2019 annual March for Life rally in Washington. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn) In a recent National Catholic Reporter editorial, NCR columnist Jamie Manson attempts to make the case that... read more

Women at Work the Home or in the Marketplace By John Stonestreet & Brooke Boriack, 01/22/20 Many modern feminists insist that if women were given the same education and opportunities as men, they would almost certainly choose careers over family. It’s an attitude reflected in the comments by... read more
Jeffrey Epstein (Uma Sanghvi/Palm Beach Post via Reuters)

Jeffrey Epstein Should Cancel the Culture’s Humbert Humberts

By Kyle Smith, National Review, July 9, 2019 The case should end a nearly 50-year era in which the mandarins of our cultures almost unanimously ignored, laughed off, or even outright celebrated sexual exploitation of very young women. In 2018, Polanski (along with Bill Cosby) was expelled... read more

A Wrinkle in Crime

February 11, 2019 She was a classically-trained pianist, an up-and-coming real estate agent, but above all, a "sweetheart," her neighbors said. The news that she'd been dragged from her apartment February 3rd and brutally stabbed was devastating to everyone who knew her. At just 35, Jennifer... read more

Nothing Says Woman Quite Like a Dress

By Diana Takouhi Kilarjian, December 20, 2018 I emerged from the womb thrilled to be a girl! I tell you, I came into the world wearing the sweetest little dress with black patent leather shoes and a matching handbag. Like the surprise and exhilaration and gratitude one feels at being chosen for... read more

A Theology of Home

By Carrie Gress, Saturday, September 22, 2018 Home. It is a magical word that resonates with all of us. Even those from broken homes, or homes that no longer exist, there is still something in the idea that is sought after. Home is that place where we are meant to be safe, nurtured, known for... read more

COR ORANS: Another Evil Spirit of Vatican II

Written by Hilary White, Tuesday, June 26, 2018 Pope to Purge What’s Left of Catholic Nuns More evidence keeps pouring into my email inbox that the current administration of the Congregation for Religious[1] is planning on using the provisions of Cor orans to totally rewrite the nature of... read more

56 lawmakers demand Planned Parenthood be investigated for covering-up child sex-abuse

By Doug Mainwaring WASHINGTON DC, June 7, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Members of Congress gathered outside the U.S. Capitol today to call attention to an important investigative report and video series exposing Planned Parenthood’s repeated failure to notify law enforcement of suspected human... read more

‘Humanae Vitae’ Celebrates Women

By Judie Brown, May 18, 2018 In April of this year a conference dedicated to exploring Humanae Vitae, Pope Paul VI’s groundbreaking encyclical, was held at the Catholic University of America. Mary Rice Hasson, director of the Catholic Women’s Forum, attended this conference and later... read more

Jordan Peterson’s thoughts on motherhood

What he has to say may surprise you. By Ashley McGuire | Mar 16 2018 |  1 Backstage at a recent political event, a young professional woman leaned in and asked me if I had heard that Jordan Peterson was coming to town. “I already bought my ticket,” she whispered excitedly. Just days... read more