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A blueprint for family revival in Europe
(Samantha Singson) - Demographic, sociological and economic warnings force Europe to take the family to heart.
Lower birthrates will
trigger labour shortages(Oswald Clark)
Once again, Canada is reminded of the impending crisis as the number of young decrease, and the population ages.
Abolish abortion: the Great Canadian Wish
Canada’s youth show their pro-life sentiment on ‘facebook’, reminding the country that it’s new generation of young value life.
Considering proportional representation (Giuseppe Gori)
FCP leader Giuseppi Gori makes the case for proportional representation.
No: too severe a cost to pro-life (Rory Leishman)
Interim columnist Rory Leishman says proportional representation is bad for social conservatives.
The Christian response to homosexuality (Interim Staff)
The editors of the Interim espouse a compassionate view to dealing with homosexual family members, separating the act from the person.
‘Catholics for a Free Choice’ shenanigans (Donald DeMarco)
The anti-woman group claiming to be Catholic show their true colours once again during presidential change-over.
Senate bill threatens parental rights
Despite an overwhelming majority of Canadians’ support for current legislation, bill S-207 seeks to remove the parental right to ‘spank’ children.
The facts about Dutch euthanasia (Alex Schadenberg)
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition leader Alex Schadenberg analyzes the ‘real’ euthanasia numbers in the Netherlands.
Freedom of religion threatened (Tony Gosgnach)
Fr. Alphonse de Valk reminds Canadians of the importance of building a culture of life at the Spring Dinner of the Catholic Civil Rights League.
The corrupting effect of
TV watching is proven
Studies show once again that heavy television watching leads to a degeneration in moral values and a diminished sense of responsibility.
The National Campus Life
Network spreads west
Former NCLN executive director’s move to BC creates new opportunities for the pro-life movement in Western Canada.
Early abortifacients now
prescription-free in B.C.
Plan B’s move to over-the-counter sets alarming precedent for other province’s.
Anti-life media bias upon the release of convicted murderer and euthanasia activist.
The Crossroads Diary
Documenting the journey of 6 young Canadians traveling across the nation in the name of life.
T.S. Eliot: he changed literature (Michael Coren)
Michael Coren recalls the groundbreaking literary works of Eliot, a man of all ages.
Alex Schadenberg: battling
the onset of euthanasia
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition president Alex Schadenberg continues his life-affirming work, warning the nation about the impending reality of euthanasia in Canada.
Rapping priest lays it on
the line for young people
Family and Society reporter Theresa Smyth’s analysis of Fr. Stan Fortuna’s unique method of spreading the culture of life to today’s youth.
Calgarian sheds light on the arts (Tony Gosgnach)
Artist Scott Kelly spreads the gospel of life through various arms of the art community.
A personal miracle, a public display (Jonathan Castellino)
The eternal presence of the beauty of hope in an art exhibition in support of Toronto’s ‘Aid to Women’.
A perspective on Christian
Theresa Smyth reviews Timothy Bloedow’s ‘State vs. Church’ on the role of Christians in politics.
Jerry Falwell brought faithful
into political realm
Paul Tuns remembers Falwell’s powerful presence and involvement against the secular flow in politics.
Campaign Life Coalition
national president Jim Hughes
receives the Liberman Medallion