Monthly Archives: May 2012

Maybe It’s Time for a Different Kind of “Memorial Day”

On our nation’s annual commemoration of those U.S. service people who gave their lives  I feel compelled to ask: What if we had an (inter)national holiday to honor non-combatants and civilians who were sacrificed to the eternal war-machine? Advertisements

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Birth Control Part Deux: Abortion

I recently posted a topic-starter in the “catholic Dialogs” devoted to the issue of conception control and why Catholics and Protestants have different motivations and methods in the practice. In a moment of carelessness, I mentioned that in the case … Continue reading

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