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U.N. Overreach

Pope Francis, your honeymoon with the Western press is over. Of course, media accolades and praise were never his motivation. In fact, he has directly warned against the cult of celebrity, which is in danger of missing the point: the Gospel of Christ that he…

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Pro-abortion Wendy Davis losing among women voters in Texas: new poll

A new survey by a liberal polling firm is bad news for Wendy Davis, the Democratic would-be governor of Texas who rose to national prominence after filibustering a bill to restrict abortions in the state. Although Davis promotes herself proudly as a candidate who cares…

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Former president ‘grossly misunderstands’ Catholic teaching

Washington D.C., Mar 31, 2014 / 05:05 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Prominent Catholic laywomen have responded to recent statements by former U.S. president Jimmy Carter, saying he lacks understanding of the Church and of the nature of service. While talking to various media outlets, Carter has…

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Christians should buy tickets to ‘Noah’

Christians may be tempted to skip or even object to the forthcoming movie Noah over controversies ginned up by those who have not seen the movie. But before you rush to join the Noah haters, consider the beautiful story of how the film came to…

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The Pope, The President: Obama, Fading Rock Star, Meets With Icon On The Rise

The meeting Thursday between President Barack Obama and Pope Francis will bring together two masters of charisma – two men who have blazed trails. The man who became the first African-American to be president of the United States will sit down with the Argentinian man…

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Pope Francis raises abortion, religious liberty in candid meeting with Obama

In their first face-to-face meeting, Pope Francis reiterated the Catholic Church’s concerns with President Barack Obama’s policies on abortion, conscience rights, and freedom of religion. A source familiar with the talks told LifeSiteNews that the Vatican press release on the meeting was “remarkably forthright” in…

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Women rally outside Supreme Court for religious liberty

Women supporting employers challenging the government’s contraception mandate spoke out in support of a vision of women’s equality that supports fertility and women’s role as employers, as the case was argued before the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday. “All issues are women’s issues” said Ashley McGuire…

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As Obama basks in the Pope’s glow, religious critics dog him at home

President Barack Obama will no doubt attempt to use Thursday’s meeting with Pope Francis as a platform to promote his political agenda at home, especially as it relates to poverty and income inequality. It’s no secret that Pope Francis has made these issues central components…

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US Supreme Court to hear arguments on HHS mandate Tuesday

Activists from around the country, from pro-life groups to Tea Party Patriots, plan to be on-hand on Tuesday for a rally opposing the HHS mandate as the Supreme Court begins to hear arguments in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp….

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Health Insurance Yes, But Taking Away Our Religious Freedom? Hell No

This week marks the fourth Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. Like much of the rest of the country, I have been enthralled, and often deeply worried, as I’ve watched it take form and gather speed. I’ve been more focused on it than most, perhaps,…

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