Sunday, April 15, 2012

Weekly News (Second Week of April 2012)

1. Divine Mercy Promotes ‘Chaplet 1st Habit’

MARILAO, Bulacan, April 14, 2012—Aside from praying the Three O’clock prayer during the Hour of Mercy, the Catholic faithful is called to make it a habit to also pray the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy during their waking hour. [Read More]

2. Contraception Not The Solution To Teen Pregnancies, Says UK Economist

MANILA, April 3, 2012–Sex education, and ultimately, contraception and abortion, are not the solutions to the growing number of teenage pregnancies in the United Kingdom, said Dr. David Paton, chair of Industrial Economics at Nottingham University Business School. [Read More]

3. Study: Couples With Children Live Longer Than Those Without

A new study seems to corroborate the notion that having children, and not abortions, is better for both women and children. Now, a new study from Australia shows women with six or more children were about 40 percent less likely to die during the 16-year follow-up than women with no children. [Read More]

4. Life After Lesbianism

In January, I wrote about my struggles with same-sex attraction (SSA), while living out my vocation as a Catholic wife and mother. The article was picked up by several Catholic websites and secular blogs. I wrote the article anonymously and considering the vitriol of the comments that followed, I’m glad I did. [Read More]

5. When Truth Becomes a ‘Crime Against Humanity’ [Read More]

6. Sex, Sanity, and Eternity [Read More]

7. 30% of Web’s Total Traffic Is For Porn: Tech Magazine

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 12, 2012 ( – Anyone who uses Google knows that porn is all over the web. But how pervasive is it really? [Read More]

8. The Day of Silencing

On April 20, in thousands of schools across America, your hard-earned tax dollars will help underwrite the homosexual indoctrination of your kids. [Read More]

9. The Road to Emmaus: Meeting Men Where They Are At

Human beings have a strong tendency towards social conformity, that is, they are inclined to do what others are doing. This tendency is even stronger than our instinct to help others in need. An overwhelming temptation is to associate truth with what the greater number of people believe. [Read More]

10. Adam and Eve After The Pill: The Devastating Fallout of The Sexual Revolution

Mary Eberstadt tells her new book proves the libertine ethic hurts men, women, students, children, and society. [Read More]

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