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Philippines make a move forward on Reproductive Rights – RC Church Displeased

The Philippines recently passed legislation to provide free contraception to poor Filipinos and, as you would expect, the Catholic Church fought it tooth and nail. Over 80% of Filipinos are members of the Roman Catholic Church, but that doesn’t stop overwhelming support … Continue reading

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Noah and the Pairs

We all know the story of Noah and his ark. The latest interpretation of the myth is currently the top box-office movie. But what if Noah really did have two of everything?   Before antibiotics too.

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Those persecuted Atheists

As a follow up to yesterdays post on Christian Persecution, here’s some info on what it’s like to be an atheist. Saudi Arabia has declared all atheists to be terrorists. Saudi Arabia has introduced a series of new laws which … Continue reading

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Those Poor Persecuted Catholics

The Christian religion is built upon tales of persecution and martyrdom. From the earliest days of conflicts with Jews and Romans, Christians have often clashed with ruling classes. Some of this persecution complex is based upon facts and some on revisionist … Continue reading

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Sodom and Gomorrah

The twin cities could have been saved.

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The Bishop of Portsmouth Doesn’t like Secularism

In a non-surprising statement from the Bishop of Portsmouth, Philip Egan, he claims that secularism is not a good basis for a society. “Secularism is too fragile a basis for a free society…the Gospel alone can offer an authentic humanism … Continue reading

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Tales from an abortion clinic escort

Caitlin Keefe Moran at The Toast describes some of her experiences as a Saturday Morning escort at an abortion clinic. On her first day, a man jumps from a building across the street and the first responders show up sirens … Continue reading

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Heaven is a magical place

You would think more people would be anxious to get there. But then, Tahiti is magical too.

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Muslims Win Again

Some Muslims push their thin-skinned idea of blasphemy, and they seem to be supported by many, especially in the UK. In the latest instance, a young British Muslim activist has forced Google to edit a Katy Perry video on Youtube. … Continue reading

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Catholic Church as arbiter of moral authority – Canadian Residential Schools

The Catholic Church is an organization that has a view of itself that is totally at odds with its actions. I am talking about the things that have been committed or condoned by the organization as an entity. The sexual … Continue reading

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