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New evidence for early fetal pain
Neurosurgeon Stuart Derbyshire changes his position from 22 weeks to 12 weeks

One of the great discussions surrounding the issue of abortion is that of fetal suffering. A famous documentary film, released in 1984, entitled The Silent Scream, and directed by Bernard Nathanson, an abortionist who repented before the images he

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December 8th, 2021|

Noah Smith warns conservatives that banning abortion means more non-white babies
Liberal economics blogger sent a tweet that garnered a multitude of responses

Liberal writer Noah Smith warned conservatives that abortion bans would lead to more non-whites being born. “OK, who’s going to be the first to let conservatives know that since people of color are disproportionately high users of abortion, banning

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December 7th, 2021|

Sacred Heart Cathedral students walk out of classes
Join San Francisco public schools protesting sexual assault

Over the past couple of weeks, high school students across San Francisco have been walking out of their classes to raise awareness about the prevalence of sexual assault and to protest administrations’ handling of sexual assault allegations. Public schools,

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December 7th, 2021|

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Inquiring Minds

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.

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San Jose Catholic school builds a support system around low-income students
Sacred Heart Nativity School hopes to raise $10,000 to bolster its program

Somedays, Samantha Torres dreams about becoming a video game designer. Other days, she wants to open up her own bakery or maybe even design her own clothing brand. No matter what the seventh-grader decides, Samantha’s parents, Mireya and Juan,

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December 6th, 2021|

Last week of The Samurai and the Cross
Exhibit on Jesuit missionaries in Japan at Santa Clara ends Dec. 10

Curated by Prof. M. Antoni J. Ucerler, S.J., Director of the Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History at Boston College, this exhibit explores the reality of Jesuit missionaries in Japan in the late 16th and early 17th centuries through

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December 6th, 2021|

Nicolas Rivron brings stem cells one step closer to humanity
'Cells ... grabbing onto the endometrial layer, proxy for a human uterus'

The stem cells were no more than a week old when scientists moved them from their slick-walled plastic wells into ones lined with a thin layer of human endometrial tissue. But in that time, the cells had multiplied and

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December 6th, 2021|

Retreats; Advent Lessons; 40 Days for Life Info Meeting
Catholic Events in California for the Week

SF: Star of the Sea Parish Advent Mission Talks with special guest Cardinal George Pell Virtual: CFCS GRIEF WORKSHOP: HOW DOES ONE GRIEVE DURING THIS PANDEMIC? AN EVENING WITH SANDY HEINISCH San Diego: 40 Days for Life Campaign Information Night

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December 5th, 2021|

Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ bill includes LGBT overhaul of child care, radical transgender projects
Biden’s bill could prohibit funding to faith groups that don't fall into the Leftist line

Joe Biden’s more than $1.7 trillion “human infrastructure” bill, the Build Back Better (BBB) Act, threatens a radical, pro-LGBT assault on American child care, while setting aside massive funding to promote the LGBT agenda. The potentially $4.8 trillion bill, packed with

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December 3rd, 2021|

Archbishop Cordileone comfortable as outsider
S.F. Chronicle shows how out of step he is

Like many Californians, San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone was watching the Supreme Court Wednesday as it heard arguments in a Mississippi case that abortion rights advocates say could lead to the procedure becoming virtually illegal in as many as 26 states.

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December 3rd, 2021|
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