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Cardinal Njue of Kenya Slams ‘Catholics for Choice’

Cardinal Njue of Kenya

The pro-abortion fake Catholic group “Catholics for Choice” has long sought to spread confusion among Catholics by claiming that it is “Catholic” to be for abortion and contraception. In Kenya, they are using a billboard campaign, which they have ludicrously dubbed “Condoms for Life,” to do just that. John Cardinal Njue and other Catholic bishops […]

Washington Post: Virginia Abortion Mill a ‘Victim’ of Contraception

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Moe Lane writes that pro-abortion gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe is trying to raise money in Virginia through opposing abortion clinic regulations. These regulations, which simply require abortion clinics to have the same standards that other surgical facilities are required to have, were enforced by his opponent Ken Cuccinelli II in his capacity as Virginia’s Attorney […]

The War on Children

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 23, 2012:  Sandra Fluke, a third-year law student at Georgetown University, testifies during a hearing before the House Democratic Steering and Policy Committee February 23, 2012 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Fluke was hailed by "feminists" and the Obama presidential campaign as a heroine for demanding that Catholic institutions pay for contraceptive coverage. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

For your consideration this morning: Pundit and Pundette: There’s a “war on children” and we’re all losing. In response to Mark Steyn’s article “Land of the Setting Sun,” Michael Walsh writes: The Regressives want us to think there’s a “war on women” going on, but the fact is, there’s a war on children — which means […]

Catholic Universities Standing With Boston College Against Contraception

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Good news. Fox News: Boston College is getting support from prominent Catholic universities in its efforts to stop a student group from giving away condoms on campus. According to the Boston Globe, officials at Catholic colleges and universities – including Notre Dame, Georgetown and Catholic University – say their policies are similar to that of […]