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Abortion is a natural and necessary extension of the cult of liberated sexuality because sexuality, untethered from the moorings of community, family, and trust, increasingly loses coherence the more its paroxysms proliferate.

Abortion is a natural and necessary extension of the cult of liberated sexuality because sexuality, untethered from the moorings of community, family, and trust, increasingly loses coherence the more its paroxysms proliferate.

Half a century of mass-market feminism and women’s so-called empowerment has not made women happier

The culture wars may well be reflected with the release of the pro-life documentary "The Matter of Life." Rotten Tomatoes posts a 100 percent audience approval of the film—while Facebook banned the film’s posting of paid ads.

There are indeed such things as moral and immoral books, whether well written or badly written. Moral books show us ourselves and our place in the cosmos.

Is plastering pictures of half-naked, overweight women on billboards, posters, and magazine covers really going to change the hearts and minds of women who struggle with their self-image and the people who unfairly judge them?

The unborn child is strange and familiar at once. Set aside all the muddle of your fears and desires, your resentment, your self-opinion, your politics, whatever. Look at that child. That was you, that was me.

Whether modern pro-abortion advocates realize it or not, in essence their attachment to the slaughter of the unborn is an allegiance to Moloch.

Charles Dickens is arguably the finest writer in the English language after Shakespeare, and his "Tale of Two Cities" is by far his most popular work.

While violence and destruction are bad for the average person and the humanitarian of any status, they are a good thing for the bottom line of companies who can make large amounts of money off of them.

A new propagandistic film about Fr. James Martin leaves us with no doubt whatever that the end goal is to thwart existing true doctrine on human nature and human sexuality, either covertly or overtly.

The normalization and ubiquity of divorce has encouraged commitment aversion, which has had a corrosive effect on all of society.

Muslims are complaining about an LGBTQ reference in the upcoming Dr. Strange movie; when will Catholics step up and care about cultural indoctrination?

Parents and teachers must see that we are in a war. The Internet is not an open field with a few potholes; it is a loaded minefield, and TikTok is one of the largest mines.

In our current Woke culture, the body ceases to be determinative for human life, and we become some perverted vision of the angelic.

Elon Musk's attempt to take over Twitter could ultimately be beneficial to Catholics and our proclamation of the Gospel.

It may be Eastertide, but Christmas is in the air as Joseph Pearce continues his review series on the classics of Western literature.

My enthusiasm for "Father Stu" was dampened after reading a negative review, but I found the film to be a wonderful story of God condescending to the most wretched of sinners and raising him up.

There is a lot wrong with the movie "Father Stu," and lots of muck to get through to get to the payoff at the end.

The darkness of Wuthering Heights is driven by the refusal of the novel’s principal protagonists to love their neighbors or to forgive those who have sinned against them.

Disney has been quietly and steadily paving the way for the new normal of identity politics for almost forty years now

Without the money and fame, Hugh Hefner would have been called a common pimp, scumbag, and drug addict.

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