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“Love is truth and traverses political divides. We must come together in solidarity around compassionate reality-based solutions for our children now before it is too late.”
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“Speaking as a mother and a Catholic, I consider it evil. ... To disrupt the core identity of young children in this way desecrates the image of God within them.”
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“If we do not love America and teach our children to love America – as God loves her – we can never love the world beyond our shores and can never teach our children to do the same.”
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“Look around you for young people who don’t have a father or a father figure in their lives. Reach out to them. ... Let them know they’re important.”
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There are health care professionals out there who support your efforts to raise children who are faithful to your beliefs.
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“The musical tradition of the universal Church is a treasure of inestimable value, greater even than that of any other art.” (CCC 1156)
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Clearly there’s a double standard here (or doublespeak perhaps).
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The mainstream media’s pro-abortion bias is as evident as it is appalling, and further erodes the public’s faith in what was once considered a trustworthy institution.
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Susan B. Anthony fought a lifelong battle for women’s rights — and was entirely opposed to abortion.
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The American College of Pediatricians notes that “with few exceptions, children fare better when parents work at mending and maintaining their marriages.”
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Postmodernism has unleashed a wealth of woes on the world. Postmodern parenting may be among the most egregious.
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The result of this fashionable pandering isn’t intellectual freedom; it’s intellectual fascism.
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Blessed are the children for whom the unconditional love of parents – and of God – reign supreme.
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“If you have no prayer life, get one. Right away. For real. You think life is tough now, searching for the right person? Wait until you have to put up with each other – and kids.”
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No one wants to suffer, but we all have trials. We must hope and pray for the grace to find the meaning in all of our sufferings, great and small.
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Religion is a highly significant sector of the American economy.
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“We must all aim to love ourselves and to love others in the most perfect way possible. That is chastity in its fullness.”
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Twenty-five towns and cities in coastal France have passed laws banning women from wearing “burkinis”.
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Marcia Segelstein has covered family issues for over 20 years as a producer for CBS News and as a columnist.  She has written for FoxNews.com, “First Things,” “World Magazine,” and “Touchstone.” She is a Senior Editor for “SALVO” magazine.