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Anna C. Little Affirms Her Catholic Values in New Jersey’s 6th District

10-22-10 Posted by admin in Elections, Recommended Reads, Uncategorized 0 Comments

By Deal Hudson

Anna C. Little, the Republican candidate in highly diverse New Jersey’s 6th Congressional District, has an energy and intelligence that is infectious.

On issues from the defense of life and immigration to Obamacare, she speaks with incisive authority. (more…)

The Church, Yesterday and Today

6-3-10 Posted by admin in Recommended Reads 0 Comments

The Church, Yesterday and Today
Joanna Bogle | Inside Catholic

In the 1970s, I inhabited a world where the Second Vatican Council was seen as an unmitigated disaster. Nuns stopped wearing their old habits — or simply left their convents altogether. Priests left their ministry. There was trite music at Mass, and Benediction seemed to have been abolished. Doctrine wasn’t taught anymore, and catechesis for young people seemed to be restricted to talk about abolishing war and working for racial harmony.

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Can the Bishops Fix the Health Care Bill?

5-26-10 Posted by admin in Recommended Reads 0 Comments

Can the Bishops Fix the Health Care Bill
Deal W. Hudson | Inside Catholic

When the health-care bill passed, the bishops’ reaction was twofold: disappointment at federal funding for abortion, while universal care was applauded.

For some, including myself, the sound of the bishops’ clapping was far too loud given the immense tragedy of our federal tax dollars being committed to support abortion under the guise of “women’s health services.”

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Civilization and Culture at War

5-26-10 Posted by admin in Recommended Reads 0 Comments

Civilization and Culture at War
Alice Von Hildebrand | Inside Catholic

God gave Adam and Eve dominion over the earth. This mission was confided to them, not to let it become stale but to make it bear fruit. They were called to take care of it, to tend it, and to develop it. Nature was the material, and man was to foster its development and to beautify it. If one compares a virgin forest with a Tuscan or Umbrian landscape, it is obvious that men have taken this mission seriously and fulfilled it lovingly.

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