Tagged: Abortion

The Beginning of Wisdom

“Knowing yourself,” said Aristotle, “Is the beginning of wisdom.” Would it therefore be correct to say conversely that lack of wisdom is the beginning of lack of self-knowledge? The wisdom of the Catholic Faith...

To Know So Much about the Sacred Things

St. Bibiana, Dec. 2 This post on Traditional Catholic Priest has good advice on communicating with the average Catholic who attends the Novus Ordo:  Avoid traditional Catholic lingo and explain how Paul VI changed things....

By Some Miracle of God’s Providence

Writing for NLM, Gregory Dipippo shares the powerful story of “Blessed Herman, the Cripple”.  Today he most likely would have been an abortion statistic, but just look at the amazing things he accomplished and...

Look at the Children Who Aren’t There

Feast of the Most Precious Blood In “The one about. . .The Entire Sad Contraception Issue Explained,” Ann Barnhardt deals quickly and fearlessly with what people have always believed about contraception, deftly pulls in...

Contraception, Our Tale of Woe

St. Teresa of Portugal “The Four Disastrous Effects of Artificial Contraception,”on A Catholic Life, clearly shows how the dire predictions made in Humanae Vitae have come true.  Additionally, it makes the point that contraception...