Stanford accused of using fetal remains in experiments
"Fourteen human fetal samples were obtained from Stemexpress (Folsom, CA) and shipped overnight"
A nonprofit group has filed a federal complaint alleging that Stanford University failed to disclose funding for research involving human fetal tissue and animals — a pervasive problem, the group says, that’s leaving taxpayers in the dark about controversial
Christian learned to trust the Church through questioning
Former Evangelical says to know your Bible if you want to covert others
Interview on February 20, 2021 with Christian, who entered the Church in 2016 at age 20.
En espanol – translated into Spanish and posted on Apr. 23 by ReligionenLibertad (Madrid).
Worth driving to: St. Henry, Buckeye, Arizona
Growing parish has Masses in English and Spanish, and Eucharistic processions throughout the community
Name of Church St. Henry
Address 24750 W. Lower Buckeye Road, Buckeye, AZ 85326
Phone number 623-386-0175
Sexual politics infests college athletics
NCAA won't hold championship games in states that ban transgender athletes from women's sports
The NCAA expressed support for transgender athletes on Monday, saying it would not host college championships in states where laws discriminate against them.
A statement from the organization’s board of governors declared that the
Biden administration abruptly reverses abortion pill safeguards
Safety limitations had been in place for two decades
The Biden administration announced April 13 that it abruptly reversed abortion pill safeguards that have been in place for two decades. Since 2000, the FDA has imposed “Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies” or REMS on abortion drugs, mandating the first of the two-pill regimen be taken in the presence of