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Planned Parenthood video has clarified how sick the abortion industry is

If you, like me, live in a large city with ethnically distinct neighborhoods, you may have noticed something that always catches my eye. Drive down the humble street where the Nicaraguans cluster, with their fabulous churrasco houses, or the one where the Cubans have their…

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Pope Francis’s Encyclical Is About Much More Than Climate Change

Yes, the pope believes there’s solid scientific consensus supporting the theory of climate change. In his new encyclical, “Laudato Si,” he covers that in a few terse paragraphs. But the encyclical is so much more than that. It’s beautiful and thought-provoking, coming at the question…

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Catholic education is fighting for survival and biggest losers are Hispanics

The saga in San Francisco continues, with the self-appointed enforcers of the New Intolerance attacking Archbishop Cordileone for trying to keep the high schools in his archdiocese Catholic in more than name. They insist that the Church change its doctrines relating to marriage and the…

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In its abortion advocacy, ACLU pretends to challenge Catholic Church

  Young women and girls who have illegally crossed the border, in many cases trafficked and abused, may soon find themselves without the tender and familiar help of the Catholic Church. The ACLU is suing the federal government, irate at the fact that Catholic charities…

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Pope Francis, a pope for the Southern Hemisphere and the poor

This weekend I met a Spanish missionary who has for the last three years been working in Bolivia, primarily with homeless orphan children and teenagers. We had a fascinating discussion about Pope Francis and his upcoming visit to the United States which helped to clarify…

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Pass sex-trafficking bill

Sen. Bill Nelson has come out strong against a sex-trafficking bill that would create a fund for victims with monies collected in fees from the traffickers. He has voted to filibuster this popular bill, because it includes a standard Hyde Amendment, banning federal funding of…

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Kelvin Cochran’s Liberty, and Ours

Having firmly come out in favor of Charlie Hebdo‘s right to poke fun, sometimes quite maliciously, at the world’s major religions, it seems editors of the New York Times won’t extend the right of Americans to hold certain religious views and stay gainfully employed. Kelvin Cochran, the…

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Abortion is about a child, not a choice

One of my favorite things I do at work is fetal ultrasound. I’m a practicing radiologist, and the miracle of peeking into that intimate space and then looking up to catch the awe in the parents’ faces never seems to get old. But a couple…

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In this year’s March for Life, let’s talk about prenatal diagnosis

I happen to be Hispanic and a practicing radiologist, so although I wanted to speak about Hispanics and their place in the abortion debate at the March for Life in Washington, DC, I’m going to talk about prenatal diagnosis. This year’s March for Life theme…

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Hoping (against hope) for the end of oppression

Here in Miami, there’s a Wall of Martyrs in our son’s Jesuit high school, lined with pictures of handsome young men who died in a failed but heroic attempt to save democracy in their little country. It was a flawed democracy, it’s true, but certain…

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