The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty strikes again. This time, Christianity’s own personal brute squad took on Planned Parenthood and pro-abortion Catholic Governor Christine Gregoire. Today, religious liberty gained a resounding victory. A federal court in Tacoma, Washington, struck down… Continue Reading →
And hey, Fr. Barron and his gang are over at World Youth Day in Madrid. You can check out his daily updates on his blog. I really wish I were there.
Everyone is suddenly serious about politics. Very serious. And nothing is more serious right now than the race between Senate candidate Martha Coakley and Scott Brown in Massachusetts. Coakley, it would seem, is imploding. Whether she’ll win is unclear but… Continue Reading →
Many conservative and Christian organization have reported concerns about the nomination of Chai Feldblum, a law professor at Georgetown University to serve as one of five Commissioners on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. But CMR has uncovered some explosive writings… Continue Reading →
So when President Obama was thinking of nominating a hard-charging lesbian activist to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission where else did he look but the faculty of the Jesuit Georgetown University. And make no mistake, this nominee spells major trouble… Continue Reading →
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has published a strong letter of warning (signed by Bishops William F. Murphy, Cardinal Justin Rigali, and Bishop John Wester) urging all Congressmen and Senators that unless the current healthcare bills change radically,… Continue Reading →
This is pretty darn awful and disturbing and yet another example how necessary conscience clauses are for healthcare workers. With this upcoming debate on healthcare be assured that there will be a thorough going over of conscience clauses. Remember, to… Continue Reading →