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Legacy of Second Vatican Council continues amid Synod on Synodality —...

This October was the 60th anniversary of the first session of the Second Vatican Council, a landmark event in the Catholic Church. Yet the...

My life is not just about me; In loving God and...

I remember when people thought overpopulation would destroy us and the planet. Paul Ehrlich’s 1968 book “The Population Bomb” popularized this idea, leading to...

Supreme Court may be asked to weigh in on what the...

Judging by news coverage and social media, Senate hearings on the confirmation of appellate Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to replace Supreme Court Justice Stephen...

Adherence to ‘safeguards’ falling away as physician-assisted suicide fails to meet...

When supporters of physician-assisted suicide announced in 1993 that they would sponsor a ballot initiative to legalize it in Oregon, they had bigger plans...

Most Americans believe the court bases decisions more on its members’...

"The Supreme Court's partisanship is becoming increasingly difficult to deny," said attorney James Zirin in the congressional newspaper The Hill. Other media have published...

Texas law states truth: Fetal heartbeat ‘a key medical predictor that...

Most public issues these days seem to elicit angry dispute and mutual recriminations. Those divisions can tempt people to misstate or exaggerate facts, to...

Science will win as along as humans don’t exploit other humans:...

"At a time when things are most uncertain, we turn to the most certain thing there is: science." So begins a television ad that the...

Newspaper has fallen on the wrong side of abortion dispute

By RICHARD DOERFLINGER The Senate debate over a new U.S. Supreme Court nomination has revived an older debate: whether that court should overrule its 1973...

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