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Norwalk-La Mirada parents prevail over Planned Parenthood
John Glenn High school ends contract June 30 for 'well-being' center

After years of pushback from parents, a Planned Parenthood facility located in a high school is being shut down. The Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District in southern California, which serves mostly minority families, signed a three-year agreement with the Los

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July 18th, 2024|

Gavin Newsom’s anti-family law the last straw for Elon Musk
Ban on notifying parents re gayness sends X and Space X to Texas

Billionaire Elon Musk on Tuesday rebuked this week’s passage of a California bill that prohibits the forced outing of students to their parents by schools, saying he’ll move the headquarters of SpaceX and his social media platform X from the

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July 18th, 2024|

J.D. Vance, Ted Cruz, Kari Lake, and Trump himself – now soft on abortion
Outside the churches, social conservatism has no significant institutional support beyond the Republican Party

...The [Republican] platform now essentially reflects a soft pro-choice position rather than a clear anti-abortion position. As Robert P. George has noted, the platform has in this respect become what liberal Republicans like Arlen Specter had long but heretofore unsuccessfully

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July 17th, 2024|

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Inquiring Minds is a weekly article written by Mary Rose, who boldly ventures to college campuses throughout California to ask hard-hitting questions to some of the world’s most malleable minds.

Sister André Marie took 10 years to join Menlo Park’s cloistered Dominicans
Vietnamese refugee from San Jose had good job as pharmacist, was engaged to be married

Sister André Marie of Divine Mercy took her solemn vows as a Dominican nun at Corpus Christi Monastery on June 29. Like a bride, she was fitted for her ring and measured for the new habit she now wears after

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July 17th, 2024|

San Francisco re-opens St. Brigid’s as micro school
Smaller classes for language-based learning differences

Like a trophy, San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone held a pair of oversized scissors over his head with a jubilant smile after cutting the grand opening ribbon at Saint Brigid Academy on June 29. The official transition of the 136-year-old

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July 16th, 2024|

Gill Foundation has Archbishop Cordileone in its crosshairs
Gill grantee says prelate is 'undermining the pope to deny spiritual care to queer Catholics'

George Soros’ Open Society Institute is often blamed for providing funding to faux Catholic organizations — like the now-defunct Catholics United and Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good — in an effort to marginalize Catholic teachings on moral issues

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July 16th, 2024|

Father Jason Charron on his few minutes with Trump
'I wasn’t at rally to canonize him'

A Catholic priest who gave a benediction during former president Donald Trump’s rally Saturday told people they needed to pray for Trump moments before Trump was shot and wounded. Father Jason Charron, a Ukrainian Catholic pastor, told Catholic News Agency

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July 15th, 2024|

U.S. Army lists pro-lifers as terrorists
Federal database at U. of Maryland includes Students for Life among white supremacists, jihadists

The U.S. Army is coming under fire for a presentation that labeled major pro-life organizations as terrorist groups. Journalist Sam Shoemate exposed the terrorism briefing on X (Twitter) that was held at Fort Liberty (Bragg) yesterday where they listed several

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July 15th, 2024|

From L.A. County foster care to Red Bluff to Yale
Rob Henderson's memoir: 'The poor reap what the luxury belief class sows'

Rob Henderson is a miraculous survivor of the chaotic breakdown of the family in the United States. After earning a PhD in psychology at the University of Cambridge in the UK, he has become a well-known pundit. In this compelling,

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July 14th, 2024|

Father Paul Mankowski unveiled
Father Joseph Fessio and Phil Lawler tell story of Jesuit suppressed by his order

Watch the 18-minute video by Father Joseph Fessio of Ignatius Press and Phil Lawler, editor of Catholic Culture. Father Mankowski passed away in 2020. Phil Lawler edited his essays written for Catholic World Report in the book Diogenes Unveiled. Phil

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July 13th, 2024|

Testosterone more serious than mastectomy for girls who regret sex change
More powerful than estrogen used by boys

British pediatrician Hilary Cass has a warning for distressed girls considering testosterone: taking this powerful hormone will make it hard — in some ways harder than mastectomy — to pass as a woman if they end up regretting medicalised gender

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July 13th, 2024|
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