1.12
Nat Hentoff: Abortion and the Indivisible Fight for Life

Posted in Misc: Article | Under , , , , , , , , |

Nat Hentoff

Nat Hentoff has passed away. He was a journalist, jazz musician, and Atheist. Hentoff reasoned to the Catholic conclusion that it was inconsistent to be anti-war and anti-capital punishment without being anti-abortion and anti-euthanasiaAbortion and the Indivisible Fight for Life. May he rest in peace.

Read More

1.11
Chalking for Jesus: What If We Had Listened to JPII About Iraq?

Posted in Uncategorized | Under , , , , , , , , , , |

peace chalk

Last year ISIS destroyed the oldest Christian monastery in Iraq: ISIS Obliterates Oldest Christian Monastery in Iraq. Anna Keating wonders what would have happened if we had listened to JPII:

Read More

12.26
Christ Child Is With Refugees, Child Soldiers, and Abortion Victims, Pope Says

Posted in Misc: Article, TCC Radio | Under , , , , , , , , , , |

refugees

“Let us touch the tenderness which saves.”

Pope Francis’ Christmas homily was about a God who chose to become one of us; one of the most marginalized. He called for a revolution of tenderness. CruxChrist Child Is With Refugees, Child Soldiers, and Abortion Victims, Pope Says. And listen to Pope Francis’ year in review from NPR after the jump:

Read More