by Hilary White, LifeSite News Yesterday, it seems everyone flew into a tizzy because the Daily Telegraph reported that abortion facilities are allowing women to abort their children if the child is the “wrong” sex. The papers and politicians are saying that “sex-selective abortion” is illegal and “morally wrong.” In fact, the whole business has […]

Continue reading about I’m very confused. Is abortion a ‘woman’s choice’ or is it ‘morally repugnant’?

By Paul Bracchi, Mailonline The Tavistock Clinic is based in an anonymous concrete building in North London. Once there, you have to go to the third floor to find the Orwellian-sounding Gender Identity Development Unit. The unit received £1,042,000 in funding last year from the local healthcare Trust. In layman’s terms, it treats patients who […]

Continue reading about Mixed-up five-year-olds and the alarming growth of the gender identity industry

frgavin on February 26th, 2012

Sexuality in Western society: the story so far Until very recently, the dominant view of sex and marriage in Western culture for over a century had been governed by two distinct, but nonetheless overlapping, frames of thought. On the hand, the churches upheld and offered marriage as the proper context for sex and the basis […]

Continue reading about God, Marriage and Gender: Why We Are Where We Are

frgavin on February 21st, 2012

  View  Joy February 2012 Issue >> Every single thought – whether positive or negative – goes through the same cycle when it forms. Thoughts are basically electrical impulses, chemicals and neurons. They look like a tree with branches.As the thoughts develop and become permanent, more branches grow and the connections become stronger. As we […]

Continue reading about The Science of Thought

frgavin on February 21st, 2012

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (BP) — Much of the biblical scholarly world has been buzzing since Feb. 1, when a New Testament professor made a claim during a debate that was news to most everyone who heard it — a first-century fragment of Mark’s Gospel may have been found. It would be the earliest-known fragment of […]

Continue reading about A first-century fragment of Mark found?

By David W. Virtue February 2012 For 65 years, four generations of priests have faithfully preached the gospel to 3,400 Episcopalians at St. Edmund’s Episcopal Church. It has been no small achievement. Elm Grove is not one of the highest density populations in America, but its bucolic setting in Waukesha County has a population […]

Continue reading about ELM GROVE, WI: Anglican Parish Retaken by Episcopal Diocese Lies Empty

By David W. Virtue February  2012 The disgraced, revisionist Bishop of Pennsylvania Charles E. Bennison has written to his diocesan priests saying that he anticipates General Convention will approve same sex blessings at its upcoming General Convention in Indianapolis this summer, and any priest in his diocese who fails to perform them on demand […]

Continue reading about PHILADELPHIA: Bishop Bennison Lays Down Law to Clergy on Performing Same-Sex Marriages