The following are some of the highlights from the daily email briefing about news and events, which I send out to some of my friends and contacts (if you’re interested in subscribing to the daily mailing, leave your email address in the comments box):
Msgr. Charles Pope of Washington makes clear that abortion is not a political issue.
Contrary to the media presentation, Americans are actually surprisingly united on moral issues. Hence Knights of Columbus Supreme Knight Carl Anderson’s new book: Beyond a House Divided. Here’s Kathryn Jean Lopez’s interview with the Supreme Knight.
USCCB’s staff, including pro-life ace Richard Doerflinger, give an outlook on the new Congress.
New Jersey’s Gov. Chris Christie vetoed three bills the other day, with the effect of de-funding the Temple of Moloch, er, I mean Planned Parenthood.
The Times recognizes that miscarriage can leave a psychological effect. Of course, they continue to deny that abortion does so too. Meanwhile, Prof. Michael New provides an important response to a biased news report that denied the mental health effects of abortion on women. Why won’t they just listen to post-abortive women?
No doubt realizing that the democratic process won’t give them what they want, same-sex “marriage” activists turn to our Black-Robed Platonic Guardian Rulers on the courts, and file more challenges to the Defense of Marriage Act.
A quirky ad campaign in the UK to keep Christ in Christmas features a sonogram picture of a baby with a halo, and the message “He’s on His Way”. Naturally, all the usual suspects are taking umbrage.
Today is the anniversary of the day on which former fetus Harry Blackmun emerged from the penumbras and emanations of his mother’s womb and became a “person” with rights which people are bound to respect. He was destined to serve as one of our worst-ever Black-Robed Platonic Guardian Rulers on the Supreme Court. His execrable decision in Roe v. Wade doomed millions of his fellow human beings to death.