Catholics might find this New York Times story instructive in terms of the assumptions and vision on display in the secular brave (and brutal) new world.
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A recent New York Times article attempts to force scientific findings and manipulate the language to reach their own preferred conclusions.
Faulty prenatal testing exposes faulty human reasoning
The tests’ positive results are wrong around 85% of the time.
Consequential as it was, Roe got scant press attention when it first came before the Supreme Court in December 1971
In a recent op-ed, CEO of Planned Parenthood Alexis McGill Johnson addressed Sanger’s historic association with white supremist groups and eugenicists, acknowledging that the organization has failed to fully grapple with Sanger’s beliefs.
The Cardinal, who is head of the Commission for the Protection of Minors, forwarded concerns about the N.Y. archdiocese allowing a priest under investigation for sexually abusing minors to remain in active ministry until the N.Y. Times report.
In an interview with Catholic News Agency, the bestselling author recounts how the example of Msgr. Ray East contributed to his latest book, The Road to Character.