Monthly Archives: May 2011

Links roundup, 5.23

Some inconvenient abortion facts – why you really can’t be pro-life and pro-contraception. Many argue that the abortion rate would go down if we had easier access to contraception. But the statistics don’t bear this out, instead abortion and contraception … Continue reading

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Links roundup, 5.13

Before I get to some links, some reflections on the killing of Osama bin Laden: Was the killing of bin Laden morally justified? It is a question worth asking. Leon Panetta tipped his hat in a recent press conference to … Continue reading

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Blessed John Paul II

Wonderful day today as we celebrate Blessed John Paul II. He was beatified, so needs one more miracle to be officially canonized as a saint. But he is, of course, already a saint. It is only a matter of time … Continue reading

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