An editorial in yesterday’s student run Georgetown Voice responded to a single study which claimed that abstinence-only education hasn’t had the desired effect. The editorial board therefore decided that Georgetown University should abandon 2,000 years of Catholic theological study, distribute… Continue Reading →
Court Abortion Verdict Raises Religion Question The Politico raises an interesting point about what the five justices who voted to uphold the ban on partial birth abortion have in common -they’re all Catholic. (Scalia, Thomas, Roberts, Alito and Kennedy) Expect… Continue Reading →
The Supreme Court voted 5-4 to uphold the ban marking the first time the Court has limited abortion in any way. Read about it here.
I cannot help but think that as every day goes by while we wait for the mythical “Motu Proprio”, that we inch closer and closer to the Bigfoot and Nessie crowd. ‘Nuff said.