Browsing posts tagged: abortion
A Quiet Dismount

One of the great stories of my childhood was Washington Irving’s 1809 tale of the legendary “Rip Van Winkle,” the…

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Gianna’s Story

To inspire means literally to breathe life into. People usually look to history, the Bible or newspapers to find individuals…

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O’Reilly’s “Potential Human Being”

When Bill O’Reilly used the term “potential human being” to describe a human fetus in 2011, Catholic Online (among other…

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Big Words

My adult daughter likes to use big words, such as “polymath” and “bloviation.” Her favorite word is “sesquipedalian,” which means…

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How Peaceful Is Our World Now?

Mother Teresa once said: I feel the greatest destroyer of peace today is abortion, because it is a war against…

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Time to Stand for Life This Election

At Catholic Advocate we focus primarily on the settled issues, life and marriage, and those of importance to Catholic voters. It is important for people of faith to be educated about the public votes taken by their elected officials on these issues. There …

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