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February 18, 2013

President Obama must do more to encourage responsible fatherhood

It lasted no more than fifteen seconds in a speech that ran just over an hour, but it was a moment social conservatives will not soon
February 18, 2013

Bp Paprocki & March Madness: How to Address B16 After Feb. 28

Bishop Thomas John Paprocki [STL, JD, JCD] of Springfield in Illinois sent around the following canonical analysis on what to call Pope Benedict when he leaves office on
February 18, 2013

Senator Rubio Sponsors New Parental Notification Law

Senator Marco Rubio (R – Fla.), with the support of several other senators and congressmen, has sponsored a law that would require abortion providers to notify
February 19, 2013

Cardinal Dolan gives a shout out to CV blogger Stephen White

CV blogger Stephen White recently published an article over at the Huffington Post and it caught the attention of Cardinal Dolan. He wrote: “Let me share
February 19, 2013

Attorneys General of Ohio and Michigan file a brief in support of religious liberty

Mike DeWine, the Attorney General of Ohio, and Bill Schuette, the Attorney General of Michigan, filed an amicus brief today in support of Catholic businessman John
February 19, 2013

Benedict is leaving in God’s time. So who’s it gonna be? Prolly not Mahony, but outside that?

A quick note on Benedict’s departure: His departure is sad, but I am over the sadness and happy for him. If Peter Seewald’s report is true…
February 19, 2013

Texas Court: Parents Cannot Force Daughter to Have an Abortion

In a dramatic victory for life, a Texas court issued a long-term injunction Monday against the parents of a Texas teenager who claims that they tried
February 20, 2013

Dear Media: Meet the First African Pope!

With the imminent election of a new pope, we are sure to hear a lot of talk from liberal media personalities that the Catholic Church should elect
February 20, 2013

Place your bets

Who will be the next pope is anyone’s guess. There are, however, a handful of names that keep coming up in conversation. Here’s Fr. Barron on