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‘Pro…LIFE!’: 1000+ Youth Pack Bigger, Better, High-tech March for Life Youth

January 22, 2014 Frontpage Comments Off on ‘Pro…LIFE!’: 1000+ Youth Pack Bigger, Better, High-tech March for Life Youth

BY JOHN JALSEVAC Tue Jan 21, 2014 23:00 EST 1500 youth were scheduled to attend, but the winter storm kept many away as many planes and buses have been canceled. But the room was still 2/3s full, and full of energy. Jan 21, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The chant was deafening. “Pro….LIFE!…Pro…LIFE!” Outside the temperatures had plummeted below freezing as the warned-about winter storm blew its way into Washington, D.C., but inside the ballroom at the Washington Hyatt Regency Hotel things were just heating up. Eric Scheidler of Pro-Life Action League, the MC for the 2014 March for Life Youth Rally, was leading the over 1000 youth present in a raucous pro-life chant. For the next two and a half hours,…Continue Reading

Vatican Officials . . . Grilled At UN Hearing On Abuse

January 22, 2014 Frontpage Comments Off on Vatican Officials . . . Grilled At UN Hearing On Abuse

By PAUL LIKOUDIS Officials of the Holy See were grilled by members of the United Nations human rights committee in Geneva January 16 over the sex-abuse crisis in the Catholic Church. Among those representing the Holy See were Bishop Charles Scicluna of Malta, who for ten years was the top official in the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith dealing with priests who committed crimes against children, and Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, the Holy See’s ambassador to the United Nations. Bishop Scicluna admitted that the Holy See was slow to recognize the depth of the problem, which slowly emerged into public view in the 1990s and exploded into the global press after the depth of the problem was exposed in…Continue Reading

“Crash Course” On The History Of 41 Years Of Roe v. Wade

January 21, 2014 Frontpage Comments Off on “Crash Course” On The History Of 41 Years Of Roe v. Wade

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A Friend Of The Wanderer . . . Fr. Robert Bradley, SJ, Dies At 89

January 21, 2014 Frontpage Comments Off on A Friend Of The Wanderer . . . Fr. Robert Bradley, SJ, Dies At 89

Fr. Robert Ignatius Bradley, SJ, died December 20 at the Jesuit Center in Los Gatos, Calif. He was 89. A longtime reader and supporter of The Wanderer, Fr. Bradley spoke at the Eighth Annual National Wanderer Forum, 1972, on “The Sacrament of Penance and the Immutable Truth of the Catholic Faith.” Born May 15, 1924, in Spokane, Wash., he was the son of Joseph Bradley and Muriel (Wicks) Bradley, one of eight children in a Catholic family that produced four priests. He served in the Diocese of Austin, Texas, from 1996 until November 2013, when the Society of Jesus moved him to California. Fr. Bradley graduated from Gonzaga High School in Spokane in June 1941 and immediately entered the Society…Continue Reading

Censure Of McCain . . . Should Warn Pols Against D.C. Deals

January 20, 2014 Frontpage Comments Off on Censure Of McCain . . . Should Warn Pols Against D.C. Deals

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — The strong censure vote against Sen. John McCain (R., Ariz.) by Republican grassroots leaders here in his own home county should serve as a warning to GOP politicians like Wisconsin Cong. Paul Ryan, who seem to think it’s good policy to cut big deals with left-wing Democrats. McCain, who long has bragged of his ability to “work across the aisle” by conceding to leftists, was repudiated overwhelmingly in a January 11 vote by the GOP precinct committeemen of Maricopa County, Arizona’s most populous county by far and home to state capital Phoenix. At the general meeting of the county’s committeemen, McCain was censured by a vote of 1,150 to 351. The winning resolution noted the…Continue Reading

Quebec’s New Cardinal . . . Has Roots In U.S., Experience In South America

January 19, 2014 Frontpage Comments Off on Quebec’s New Cardinal . . . Has Roots In U.S., Experience In South America

By PAUL LIKOUDIS Canada’s newest cardinal, Archbishop Gerald Cyprien Lacroix, was born in a small village in southern Quebec near the Maine border, grew up in New Hampshire where his family moved when he was eight, has eight years’ experience working as a missionary in South America, and is committed to re-evangelizing La Belle Province. As Canada’s national newspaper The Globe & Mail reported January 12: “Since the Quiet Revolution, Quebeckers have turned their backs on their Catholic roots in what Archbishop Lacroix has coined a ‘tsunami of secularization.’ He has made it his mission to evangelize Quebeckers so that the once-deeply religious province can find its lost faith. “That endeavor has resonated with Pope Francis.

A Movie Review . . . “Gimme Shelter”: Is Hollywood Waking Up?

January 18, 2014 Frontpage Comments Off on A Movie Review . . . “Gimme Shelter”: Is Hollywood Waking Up?

By REY FLORES Movies have always been an escape for me. When I think of movies, I think of popcorn, soda, some candy, and plunging myself for two hours into the fantasy lands created in those big-budget science fiction films that blow up famous landmarks or create monster waves that engulf entire cities like New York or Los Angeles. Most recently, however, I have had the opportunity to preview a number of terrific movies that have nothing to do with fantasy, but deal with the harsh reality of abortion and the beauty of the sanctity of life. In the last year I’ve watched and reviewed Doonby, the 40 film, and now Gimme Shelter. (See ad on p. 8A.) The thing…Continue Reading

The Nuns And The President

January 17, 2014 Frontpage Comments Off on The Nuns And The President

By ANDREW P. NAPOLITANO When the Framers were putting together the Constitution in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787, they knew the states would not adopt it without written guarantees that the new central government would respect natural rights. The supporters of the Constitution promised political leaders in the states that the written guarantees would soon be added as amendments, and they were. By late 1791, the Bill of Rights was ratified and added to the new Constitution. The purpose of the Bill of Rights was to assure all in America that their natural rights — areas of human choices for which a permission slip from the government cannot be required and in which the government cannot coerce compliance with…Continue Reading

Sex Abuse Does Not Define Us Or The Church

January 16, 2014 Frontpage Comments Off on Sex Abuse Does Not Define Us Or The Church

By REY FLORES If there is one thing that drives me absolutely crazy, it’s when I have atheists, Protestants, or, worse yet, lapsed Catholics who always like to throw “your child-molesting priests” right at my face when discussing religion, politics, or just about anything that offers the world yet another opportunity to attack the Catholic Church. To those people I say, the Catholic Church is not defined by these troubled men. As Catholics we defend the Church, but never do we defend such actions by a few very lost souls who have committed unspeakable and atrocious crimes which should be acknowledged and punished to the full extent of the law.

Marriage As Meaningless

January 15, 2014 Frontpage Comments Off on Marriage As Meaningless

By DONALD DeMARCO A colleague in philosophy who taught at the same university in Canada where I labored for many years achieved the nadir of cynicism when he had this to say about marriage: “Marriage is an archaic institution that has lost its moral force. But if we wish to provide a healthy, loving environment in which to reproduce our species, we’d better think up something quick to replace it.” Obviously, he finds marriage in the modern world to be meaningless. He avoided, however, directing such cynicism to his own profession. He did not say, “The university is an archaic institution that has lost its intellectual force. If we want our young people to be properly educated in a creative…Continue Reading