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“MIXED EMOTIONS, CONFUSING OUTLOOK?” : Facts, Rulings, Opinions vis-a-vis Late-Term 2nd-Trimester D&E Abortions of Viable Infants.

November 27, 2009


The U.S. Supreme Court acknowledged in 1992 (nearly 20 years after Roe v. Wade & Doe v. Bolton) that “some of Roe’s factual assumptions have been overtaken by time … and advances in neonatal care have advanced viability” from what had earlier been “true in 1973”.   The Court posited, in arguing a separate point, that […]

Skeptical of “Common Ground”

November 5, 2009


Rosa DeLauro, Democrat Representative from this state, Connecticut,  co-sponsors a bill pitched as a “common ground” position vis-a-vis abortion and life issues, entitled the “Preventing Unintended Pregnancies, Reducing the Need for Abortion, and Supporting Parents Act”.  No one can be against ‘reducing unintended pregnancies’.  Catholics share in the belief that premarital explicit sexual activity including intercourse should […]

Favorite Catholic Speaker Nominee Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle

November 2, 2009


Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle was a spiritual follower and helper of the late Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta and her Order, and has written a book entitled “Mother Teresa and Me – Ten Years of Friendship”.  Donna-Marie is a lay Missionary of Charity.  She has been a guest on EWTN’s “Faith & Culture” program, talking about […]