ProLife & Family Issues

20 Years After Cairo Conference on Population and Development

Family Life and the Economy

By Father John Flynn, LC

ROME, April 14, 2014 (Zenit.org) – Last week the United Nations held a review of the 20 years since the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD), held in Cairo in 1994.

The meeting looked at population issues ranging from ageing, fertility, mortality, migration and urbanization, the UN explained in a press release.

One feature of the review was a repetition of the UN’s long-standing support for abortion and contraception.

A “Beyond 2014 Global Report” published by the UN prior to the gathering called upon all states to remove all restrictions on “reproductive health and care for adolescents,” which includes contraceptives and abortion…

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I was on the Sean Herriott Show today on Relevant Radio. The topic was Loving Your Spouse. You can listen to it HERE

During the show I promised to post a link to my list of Books for Lovers. You can see it HERE.

Two earlier show: Raising Daughters

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This girl presents a 5 minute speech to her class – eloquent and comprehensive.

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A Good Priest Friend in Deep Water Concerning Homosexuality after Teaching JPII’s “Theology of the Body”

March 31, 2014

  My good friend Fr. Kauth from Charlotte NC is embroiled in a huge fracas because of teaching JPII’s Theology of the Body in a Catholic High School. He is the chaplain at the high school. He invited a Dominican Sister to give a speech. She has a doctorate in theology. In the course of [...]

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Three Times in Modern History the Word “Person” has been Redefined

March 15, 2014

Hey Pro-Abortionists. Look at the company you keep!

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Divorce and Remarriage: Platitudes, Principles, Mercy and Canon Law

March 14, 2014

  When faced with practical problems, rely on principles not platitudes by Dr. Edward Peters The line between principles and platitudes is a narrow one. Both sorts of assertions are true and both can put into a few words concepts that otherwise require many paragraphs to explain. But principles and platitudes are not the same thing; [...]

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Obama’s Incredible Pro-Life Video

January 26, 2014

I posted this in honor of all the dead babies who never got to take their first breath, hear their mother’s voice, receive a smile from a waiting world or to experience life. Roe vs. Wade is a travesty for our country. Obama explains it best in this video. You’ll never believe he said it. [...]

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Supreme Court Justice Delay’s Health Care Law’s Birth Control Mandate

December 31, 2013

WASHINGTON (AP) – Only hours before the law was to take effect, a Supreme Court justice on Tuesday blocked implementation of part of President Barack Obama’s health care law that would have forced some religion-affiliated organizations to provide health insurance for employees that includes birth control. Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s decision came after a flurry of [...]

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The Salvation Army is Ringing Bells for Abortion This Christmas

December 18, 2013

“It’s a sight and sound so commonplace, Advent almost wouldn’t seem the same without it. UPDATE TO THIS STORY “In so many of the stores we visit to do our Christmas shopping, we see the ever-present volunteers ringing bells soliciting donations for one of America’s best known charitable organizations: The Salvation Army. “Many of us [...]

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Mixed Reviews on How Great Mandela Really Was

December 10, 2013

While the world has it’s eyes on South Africa and the funeral of Nelson Mandela, his praises are being sung around the world. No doubt he was a huge figure on the world stage, was unjustly imprisoned and did some important things for South Africa, but his legacy is mixed. He was a huge pro-abortion [...]

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Will Pelosi Finally Be Stopped at the Communion Line?

October 8, 2013

A lot of Catholics have been scratching their heads and asking, “Why are these professed pro-abort politicians allowed to flaunt the Catholic moral teachings and still be allowed to walk up the Communion line to receive the Body and Blood of Christ?” Now it seems she (and hopefully they) will be stopped dead in their [...]

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Music Video Showing Daughter Surviving Abortion Gets 100,000 Views in 5 Days!

September 26, 2013

Music Video Showing Daughter Surviving Abortion Gets 100,000 Views in 5 Days  by Steven Ertelt, Brian Mayes | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 9/24/13 5:16 PM The former lead singer of Kansas, whose amazing video for his new single tells the story of his adopted daughter’s birth and surviving an abortion, has gone viral. Elefante [...]

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Blatant hypocrisy: D.C. institutes 24-hour waiting period – for tattoos, not abortions

September 17, 2013

- It’s a decision you’ll have to live with for the rest of your life. It’s a procedure that will affect your body. The implications are so serious, health officials believe regulations are necessary to ensure your safety and proper state of mind. What is it that requires such careful restrictions? The answer is… getting [...]

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Monday’s Shows Archived: 1) Raising a Catholic Family, 2) Living with Muslims

August 27, 2013

Monday was a busy day with two radio shows. You can listen to them here: Sean Herriott’s Show on Relevant Radio: Raising a Catholic Family in Today’s Secular Culture Al Kresta Live’s show on Ave Maria Radio and EWTN. It is the last half hour of the one hour show: Living with Muslims

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What is Wrong with this Picture? What is Missing? Is this the “New Normal”?

August 26, 2013

This magazine arrives in our mailbox four times a year; not because we subscribe but because we live in this community. We never sent our kids to public schools, choosing rather to educate them at home. When I grabbed the mail and walked back to the house I had not even reached the front door [...]

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What Happened to Detroit?

August 20, 2013

A friend from the UK wrote and asked me what happened to that once magnificent city of Detroit. I gave his a short response which may sound harsh to politically correct ears but I never claimed to be politically correct choosing rather to be honest and speak my mind. Here was my answer: This was [...]

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