We Laugh Because We Believe

Month June 2014

EWTN Granted Relief from Mandate

EWTN has been granted temporary emergency relief against the federal contraception mandate just hours before it would have gone into effect. “We are thankful that the Eleventh Circuit protected our right to religious freedom while we pursue our case in… Continue Reading →

The Irony of Obama’s Assault on Religious Freedom

The great irony of Obama’s unrelenting assault on religious freedom may have had the unintended effect of strengthening religious freedom. When the Obama administration went to the mattresses on arguments such as declaring that religious schools do not have the… Continue Reading →

Hobby Lobby Wins!

This morning the Supreme Court released its decision in the cases of Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood v. Sebelius about the ability of the government to force businesses and business owners to violate their religious principles by mandating… Continue Reading →

It Is Hobby Lobby Day

Today is the day we will find out if the contraception mandate, an unacceptable and immoral intrusion upon our ability to practice our faith, will be aborted. The decision is scheduled to come down at 10AM this morning. Stay tuned… Continue Reading →

Catholic College Dumps Investment of Fossil Fuels, No Problem with HHS Mandate

The University of Dayton announced it’s pulling out its $670 million invested in fossil fuel companies while increasing investments in sustainable energy. Their financial advisor applauds the decision as being on track ethically and financially. They “are acting as true… Continue Reading →

Holy Reversal! Court Grants Philly Archdiocese Relief from Mandate

Wow. How’s this for a turnaround. Just a few hours ago CMR reported that the Philadelphia archdioceses and related charitable entities had been denied injunctive relief from enforcement of the HHS mandate. But now, it seems things are moving fast… Continue Reading →

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists Caught in a Lie

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) is holding itself out as experts on the issue of whether contraception functions as an abortifacient or not. Let’s face it, they should be. The problem is that the group is playing… Continue Reading →

Abp Chaput Responds to Denial of Relief from HHS Mandate

Judge Ronald Buckwalter, a George H.W. Bush appointee, reportedly ruled against the Archdiocese of Philadelphia’s plea for injunctive relief from the HHS Mandate. Archbishop Chaput released a statement expressing his disappointment with the decision as well as his commitment to… Continue Reading →

Sandra Fluke Says Supreme Court Decision is an Attack on Women’s Rights

Women being able to talk to women about not aborting their children is an attack on women. You getting this? At least that’s what Sandra Fluke thinks. But what does she know, she just graduated from Georgetown Law. Supreme Court… Continue Reading →

Supreme Court Strikes Down Abortion Clinic Buffer Zone

In a stunning unanimous decision in favor of pro-lifers, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Massachusetts’ 35-foot “buffer zones” around abortion clinics to keep pro-lifers away from women considering abortion, are unconstitutional. “Petitioners wish to converse with their fellow citizens… Continue Reading →

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