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Immoral Uses of Biotechnology — Even With Good Intentions — Are Nevertheless Evil

I admit it. I have been MIA in the blogging world for the past six months. Mea culpa. *subhead*Always dare to hope.*subhead* There is a good reason. I am working in a neurobiology lab at the local university. We are… Continue Reading →

A Decade of Blogging – Is that a Decablog?

*subhead*Will work for prayers.*subhead* I cannot believe that I have been at this for ten years. My youngest child is ten, which means I was a novice blogger furiously typing over her adorable little body while I was nursing. I… Continue Reading →

Surprise! You’re an “award-winning columnist”

*subhead*Toot! Toot!*subhead* In the blogosphere, there are times I think when it is acceptable to toot your own horn. This maybe one of those times, so I am going to toot away. At the Catholic Media Conference in Charlotte this… Continue Reading →

Morally Tainted

From my latest piece “Morally Tainted: Products Made Possible by the Killing of Innocent Human Life” at the National Catholic Register: Oklahoma state Sen. Ralph Shortey has introduced a bill to the Oklahoma Legislature that has caused quite a stir…. Continue Reading →

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