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Bible Missionary Convert, Body of Caiaphas Found, What Is a Sacred Arts Guild and More! (1693)

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08/31/2012 Comment

Former Bible Church Missionary David Currie. Click on the link by Russ Rentler, M.D. to read more.

Former Bible Church Missionary David Currie – Russ Rentler MD, Crossed the Tiber

Scientists Discover Remains of the High Priest Caiaphas by Kathy Schiffer of the Seasons of Grace blog – Big ulpit

What is a Sacred Arts Guild? – Deacon Paul O. Iacono, Sacred Arts Institute

Grey is the Devil’s Favorite Color – Teresa Tomeo, Catholic World Report

Singer and Savulescu: 1-2 Punch of Death – Rebecca Taylor, Catholic Lane

Website Promotes Alternatives to Damaging Contraceptive Culture – Jean McCarthy, LifeSiteNews

Yearbook of Saints - Amanda Castro, Ignitum Today

Misunderstanding God: Where Atheists Wrong in Opposing Christianity – Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

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Will ‘War on Women’ Drumbeat Help or Harm Obama’s Chances of Re-Election? (3087)

Pro-lifers predict it will backfire, exposing the president’s extreme record on abortion.

08/31/2012 Comments (5)

WASHINGTON — When the Democrats gather next week in Charlotte, N.C., they’ll be talking about an issue that wasn’t supposed to be on the front burner this year: abortion.

Speakers at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., will include Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown Law School student who made a name for herself advocating free contraceptives; Nancy Keenan, NARAL Pro-Choice America’s president; and Cecile Richards, Planned Parenthood Action Fund’s president.

Democrats appear determined to make what they call a “war on women” — which they say includes the GOP’s plank promoting the right to life — a focal point of their convention. So pronounced is the emphasis on abortion...READ MORE

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Discover Many NFP Extras, Why a Celibate Priesthood, Psalms at Mass: Tragedy and Solution, and More! (2513)

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08/31/2012 Comment

Discovering the Many Benefits of NFP. Click on the link by Nick and Monica Warren.

Discovering the Many Benefits of NFP – Nick and Monica Warren, OSV Newsweekly

Why a Celibate Priesthood? – Mark Shea, Catholic Answers Magazine

Psalms at Mass: Tragedy and Solution by Jeffrey A. Tucker of The Chant Café blog – Big ulpit

What Television Does to Folk Culture – Matthew Cantirino, First Things/First Thoughts

Prayer Takes Two – Sr. Lisa Marie FDCC, Ignitum Today

Preaching About Pornography & Addiction – Dr. John Splinter PhD, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

UN Campaigning to Regularize Homosexuality in International Law – Austen Ruse, Catholic Lane

Voodoo Dolls No Child’s Play, an Exorcist Weighs In – Patti Maguire Armstrong

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Religious People Donate More to Church and Charity (16105)

New study looks into America’s great generosity divide.

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A recent study reveals that states where religious participation is highest give the greatest percentage of their discretionary income to charitable organizations. Conversely, states that are less religious give less.

“How America Gives,” by The Chronicle of Philanthropy, is based on Internal Revenue Service records of people who itemized deductions in 2008, the most recent year statistics were available. It revealed that the most generous states were Utah, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and South Carolina.

The least generous states were New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Utah residents gave 10.6% of their discretionary income to charity. New Hampshire...READ MORE

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Ryan Acknowledges Dignity of Human Life, God and Morality in Speech Explaining Romney-Ryan Policies (3252)

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., formally accepted Republican Party's nomination for vice president Aug. 29.

08/30/2012 Comments (2)

TAMPA, Fla. — In an Aug. 29 speech at the Republican National Convention, U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., called for fiscal responsibility as a key part of a moral response to the needs of the poor and unemployed.

Ryan — who is Catholic — outlined obligations that constitute “the moral creed of our country, as powerful in our time as on the day of America’s founding.”

“We have responsibilities, one to another — we do not each face the world alone,” he said at the Tampa Bay Times Forum as he formally accepted his party’s nomination for vice president.

“And the greatest of all responsibilities is that of the strong to protect the weak,” he continued. “The truest measure of any society is...READ MORE

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Which Parish Should I Register In, St. Benedict's Steps to Humility, Noble Simplicity and Much (1529)

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08/30/2012 Comment

Quæritur: At Which Parish Should I Register? Click on the link from Fr. Z’s Blog to read more.

Quæritur: At Which Parish Should I Register? – Fr. Z’s Blog

St. Benedict for Beginners, 9th Step to Humility – Fr. Dwight Longenecker, Integrated Catholic Life™

Noble Simplicity – Fr. Simon Henry, Offerimus Tibi Domine

Best Book on Homeschooling I Have Ever Read – Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur, Catholic Lane

Mortifications for the Faint of Heart – John Maria Devaney OP, Dominicana

Why Diocesan Priests Need to Understand Secular Orders Better by John C. Hathaway of the Lewis CrusadeBig ulpit

Last Meal, Last Chance: Convicted Killer Chooses Christ – Kathy Schiffer, Patheos/Seasons of Grace

The Necessity of Men - Amanda Mortus, Ignitum Today

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Spiritual Combat, The Church Future Rests on Family Rosary, Importance of a Prayer Corner, and More! (3052)

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08/30/2012 Comment

Spiritual Combat Revisited. Click on the link by Joe Tremblay to read more.

Spiritual Combat Revisited – Joe Tremblay, Catholic News Agency

RIP: Priest Who Said Future of Church Rested on Family Rosary – Madeleine Teahan, Catholic Herald

The Importance of Having a Prayer Corner – Jason Liske, Ascending Mount Carmel

United Church Continues Slouch Towards Gomorrah by Thaddeus Baklinski of the LifeSiteNews website – Big ulpit

Think Animals & Plants Don’t Have Souls? Think Again – H. H. Ambrose, St. Peter’s List

5 Ways to Stop Your 6 Year Old from Becoming a Sex Object – Marge Fenelon, Catholic Lane

A Tale of Two Cathedrals: Traditional vs. Modernist – Nikos Salingaros, Crisis Magazine

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Conversion in the IVF Laboratory (7970)

Dr. Anthony Caruso describes his journey from fertility specialist to pro-life doctor

08/30/2012 Comments (22)

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In 1987, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith issued Donum Vitae (Instruction on Respect for Human Life), where the Church officially forbade the use of in vitro fertilization (IVF), stating: “The child has the right to be conceived, carried in the womb, brought into the world and brought up within marriage. The good of society requires that children come into the world within a family and that the family be based on marriage, the only setting worthy of truly responsible procreation.”

Many Catholics, including some pro-life advocates, fail to realize that Church teaching forbids the practice of IVF as a means of creating life, even for infertile couples. In vitro requires the...READ MORE

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