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Jerry Novotny OMI
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November 28, 2020

Breaking News

The U.S. Divorce Rate Has Hit A 50-Year Low (and Marriage Rate Has Hit All-time Low)
Meanwhile, America’s so-called “marriage divide” is only widening. College-educated and economically better off Americans are more likely to marry and stay married, but working-class and poor Americans face more family instability and higher levels of singleness. For Americans in the top third income bracket, 64% are in an intact marriage, meaning they have only married once and are still in their first marriage. In contrast, only 24% of Americans in the lower-third income bracket are in an intact marriage, according to my analysis of the 2018 Census data.

Nebraska Bans Dismemberment Abortions Tearing Babies Limb From Limb
It’s not often the Abortion Industry fails to challenge a piece of pro-life legislation–no matter how popular or commonsensical it is– but that’s what just happened in Nebraska.

Ben Watson Slams Abortion: Killing Unborn Babies Is “Not Justice”
Former NFL star Benjamin Watson criticized Georgia senate candidate Raphael Warnock last week for describing the killing of unborn babies in abortions as “reproductive justice.”

An Ethics Assessment Of COVID-19 Vaccine Programs
The recent global concern for a devastating disease impact by COVID-19, the disease caused by the newly identified SARS-CoV-2 (CoV-19) coronavirus, has prompted a rapid intensification of efforts to develop an effective vaccine to limit the spread of the virus and to reduce COVID-19 illness and deaths. A study from the Coalition of Epidemic Preparedness Innovation (CEPI) identified 115 COVID-19 vaccines in development. At least 78 of these vaccine development initiatives were confirmed to be actively under way.

Micro-preemie Born Weighing Less Than One Pound Goes Home Healthy
One Michigan family will have a special holiday season with their little girl. Baby Harper Rose Shultz who was born weighing a mere 11 ounces successfully came home in early November after 128 days in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).

Dutch Doctors Can Now Drug Dementia Patients Before Killing Them To Prevent Resistance
A few years ago, Dutch doctor Marinou Arends attended to her dementia patient in a nursing home. Arends wasn’t there to treat her, but to kill her via lethal injection.

WIN: Fifth Circuit Rules Texas Can Disqualify Planned Parenthood From Medicaid
Texas moved forward with cutting Medicaid funding for Planned Parenthood in 2016 after the Center for Medical Progress released undercover videos showing Planned Parenthood staff appearing to participate in the illegal trafficking of aborted fetal body parts. After a years-long court battle, the Fifth Circuit has overruled a lower court ruling and has sided with the state of Texas.

Members Of UK Parliament Attend Webinar On New Fetal Pain Research
Despite the debate over fetal pain, abortion deliberately takes the life of a human being. Whether or not that human feels pain while being killed is of secondary importance to the fact that killing innocent human beings through abortion is wrong.

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Editorial

Children vs Hard Pornography

Pornography on the Internet has exploded into millions of pornographic websites. Currently, it is a booming industry of nearly 100 billion dollars. Internet Pornography invades homes and destroys good families without any accountability to anyone. Early this afternoon, I count 36 phonographic emails in my computer's mailbox and there are still 10 hours left in the day. This, my friends, is a daily occurrence. Just one click on any of these emails will allow me unrestricted private access to their pornographic website. This simple procedure is also available to the fingertips of small children. The porn companies "without any moral principles" have opened the doors to Net porn, instantly allowing our innocent young generation of all ages to view both soft and hard pornography. Their sole purpose is the almighty dollar. Continue reading at Fr. Jerry's Blog...

Ethical Perspectives

New! Why Euthanasia is Wrong - From a Secular Viewpoint

Brian Clowes
It is one thing to speak of the sanctity of life and of human life being created in the image and likeness of God - but what does the anti?euthanasia activist say when he is confronted by a pro?euthanasia person who does not believe in God - or who believes in a permissive, feel?good "god" who allows him to do anything he wants?

New! Why Are Homosexual Activists So Afraid of "Ex-Gays"?

Brian Clowes
Homophile propagandists jealously protect a very important secret - homosexuals can leave their lifestyle. If it can be proved that homosexuals can "convert" to heterosexuality, then the theory that "gays are born that way" is decisively exposed as junk science. And if the "born that way" allegation is debunked, the homosexuals lose their claim to being a protected minority under civil rights laws.

New! Resisting the New Religion of Identity

Richard Reinsch
Joshua Mitchell shows how identity politics distorts basic Protestant theological concepts of transgression and innocence while omitting forgiveness, humility, and charity.

New! Vaccines and Doubly Remote Cooperation in Evil

Matthew P. Schneider
Neither the Pfizer nor the Moderna vaccine poses any significant moral concern. Any moral issues with both are so remote and minor that they should prevent nobody from getting either of them.

New! The Lincoln Proposal: Pro-Life Presidents Must Take Ambitious and Bold Action to Protect the Constitutional Rights of Preborn Children

Catherine Glenn Foster
Since 1973, more than 60 million American children have been killed by the violence of abortion. Americans need not accept an interminable status quo of indifference toward the rights of the child, due either to the timidity of our political elite or to the presumption of our judiciary class. The 'Lincoln Proposal' offers pro-life presidents the clearest way to confront Roe v. Wade's jurisprudence of violence and doubt and to protect the constitutional rights of preborn persons.

On the Happiness of Heaven

Douglas P. McManaman
Synopsis: If we love God for His sake, we have "become Him" without ceasing to be ourselves; for all disinterested love is a "becoming the beloved" and thus a self-expansion. In heaven, we will His Supreme Goodness for His sake; we know It, affirm It, praise It, and delight in It, which He is perfectly and eternally. He is eternally and perfectly happy, and so we are happy that He is perfectly and eternally happy as He deserves and as no other creature deserves to be. That happiness is our greatest happiness.

The search for heaven is an acquired taste

Tom Bartolomeo
Everyone wants to be happy, yearns for happiness. Who does not wish to be happy? I've never met a man who complained about being too happy. Here and there we get a taste of it, not often enough, but a taste of happiness nonetheless. Think of those happy personal experiences we've had. How one way or the other they involve others, and if they do not how we will search out others to share our happiness. Even the little "thank you's" we share with each other are signs of gratitude, happiness and heaven. Imagine a world without 'thank you's'. We know we have acquired this taste for heaven - "not as the world gives" -- Jesus told us, but in the "Peace I leave with you; My peace I give to you always. ... Do not let your heart be troubled, nor let it be fearful", John 14:27. This love, this peace, this taste for heaven, operates in all circumstances including sorrow and pain, the first gift of heaven we may experience here.

Pope Francis: 'Can you hear me now?'

Sheila Liaugmina
Though he didn't say exactly that, he said that in so many words. Pope Francis has been provoking and jabbing people on all sides of the political and ideological spectrum since he was elected...

Another IVF pioneer predicts revival of eugenics

Michael Cook
"It is an issue that is more serious now in some ways because of the commercialisation of reproductive medicine, increasingly so with climate change, global warming, water shortages, food shortages, conflict and burgeoning technology that is not always well controlled by governments. It may well be an area that will rear its ugly head again. We should be on our guard against it."

A daughter's anniversary reminds us that contraceptives can kill

Gerard Migeon
NuvaRing, a hormonal contraceptive manufactured by the giant pharmaceutical company Merck, was the cause of her death.

Fetal Organ Harvesting Videos Placed on Restraining Order

Steven Mosher
Planned Parenthood's alleged undercover sale of fetal body parts is making abortion advocates desperate. They know that for-profit participation in fetal organ trafficking is indefensible in the public eye, so instead of engaging the debate, they are attempting to silence it.

Patient preferences for end-of-life care still ignored in US

Michael Cook
A new report from the Dartmouth Atlas Project finds that although the use of hospice care for Medicare patients with advanced cancer is increasing, many patients do not receive it until they are literally on their deathbed, within three days of the end of life.

A renewed global focus on the rights of children

Shannon Roberts
It is interesting that, once a child is born, family law principles all seem to boil down to "the well-being of the child". At least in theory. Yet, before birth, in conceiving children, society seems to place so much more weight on the adult's 'right' to that child at any cost or 'right' to be happy than on a child's well-being and natural need to have a stable family unit to fall back on.

Sexually Transmitted Insanity
How Our Public Schools Came to Promote a Social Disease

Judith Reisman
Groomed at younger and younger ages to be sexually active, the students of modern sex education are being set up for exploitation by predators even as they are taught to exploit each other. And they will continue to suffer the consequences. As long ago as 1994, even the Guttmacher Institute acknowledged that approximately one in four sexually active teens were contracting a sexually transmitted disease each year.

Classroom prostitution for fun and profit?

Judith Reisman
"Prostitution is the act or practice of engaging in sex acts for hire." A pimp is "one who arranges such sex acts for hire." A voyeur is "one who enjoys seeing the sex acts or sex organs of others." All three were (and are) psychosexual pathologies.