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Great Britain’s Equality and Human Rights Commission has just published a report about the laws protecting freedom of religion and belief. The commission interviewed almost 2,500 people and included people with a variety of beliefs, as well as humanists, secularists, and atheists. “A recurring theme among some ...read more
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The latest company benefit, subsidising female employees to freeze their eggs so they don’t have to interrupt their careers, has drawn widespread criticism. Recent news reports said that …read more
A significant amount of the media coverage about the deliberations of the Synod on the Family was about whether those who are divorced and re-married outside of the Church could receive …read more
Remember the famous story about G.K.Chesterton. The editor of a major paper asked people to write in explaining what they thought was wrong with the world. Chesterton wrote a short letter …read more
On October 10 and 13 the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross launched a ground-breaking academic program, Economics for Ecclesiastics. Brian Griffiths, a member of the British House of …read more
An international coalition of pro-life and pro-family organizations has strongly criticized the mid-way report on the Synod on the Family, calling it a “betrayal” of Catholic parents …read more