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Amy Coney Barrett worries IVF doctors
American Society for Reproductive Medicine fear new SCOTUS member could harm their $25 billion dollar industry

Fertility and Sterility, the voice of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, has blasted President Trump’s nominee [and as of October 26, confirmed Justice] for the US Supreme Court, Amy Coney Barrett. "In the 70-year history of Fertility and Sterility, there

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October 27th, 2020|

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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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University of San Diego removes Planned Parenthood referrals from website
LGBTQ events remain

As recently as Oct. 21, a resource page on the University of San Diego’s website included a list of nearby Planned Parenthood facilities and their phone numbers. The list disappeared after a reporter from California Catholic Daily contacted the

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October 27th, 2020|

Guadalupe and Juan Diego images journey through L.A. archdiocese
Start at Muranaka radish farm in Moorpark on JPII feast

The pilgrim images of Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. Juan Diego began their annual journey throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles on October 22, the feast of St. Pope John Paul II, with a visit to farmworkers in

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October 26th, 2020|

San Francisco public schools to dump Serra?
Don't forget George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Robert Louis Stevenson, John Muir, Francis Scott Key

A San Francisco public school district committee this month recommended that 44 schools with “inappropriate” names be renamed, with Junipero Serra Elementary School near the top of the list. The district’s superintendent appointed the School Names Advisory Committee in

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October 26th, 2020|

Everyone’s entitled to forgiveness at Diablo Valley College
"I personally haven’t heard about God deeming someone unworthy of heaven"

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Orion from Vallejo outside the Diablo Valley College Library in Pleasant Hill on March 9, 2020. Do you

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October 26th, 2020|

County health workers sent to Arcadia church that’s suing governor
Thomas More Society had filed action in September on behalf of Our Lady of Angels, SSPX parish

 A Los Angeles County church is being repeatedly harassed by the county public health department. Thomas More Society attorneys are preparing to challenge the actions of two county “environmental health specialists” who surveilled Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church

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October 25th, 2020|

Colorado late-term abortion race close
42% say yes, 45% no to Proposition 115 in early October survey

“When people realize abortion is allowed up to birth for any reason in Colorado most are shocked. People travel from all over the U.S. and even the world to Colorado to get late-term abortions,” Kristin Vail, vice president of

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October 24th, 2020|

New ad hits Biden for supporting sex changes for 8-yr-olds
‘What won’t he support?’

A new ad from the American Principles Project PAC slams former vice president Joe Biden for his recent endorsement of transgender treatments for kids as young as eight. “Should eight-year-olds really be subjected to dangerous, life-altering medical procedures?” the ad asks.  The ad comes in the wake

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October 23rd, 2020|

Archbishop Gomez denies saying who he will vote for
Ex-donor claims conversation took place in February, 2020

Archbishop Jose Gomez has rebuked an online claim that he plans to vote for Joe Biden in the November presidential election, stating that an alleged conversation in which he disclosed his voting plans never actually took place. “In all

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October 23rd, 2020|

San Rafael Serra defacers could face hate-crime charges
"Never intended to vandalize the statue," says event planner

Six people accused of tearing down a statue outside a San Rafael church last week could face hate crime charges, police said. The incident occurred Oct. 12 during an Indigenous Peoples Day demonstration outside of St. Raphael Catholic Church

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October 23rd, 2020|
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