Articles from February, 2009

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School comes home

Erik Hartmann, 13, of Toronto, does not go to school.  School comes to him.  His mother, Rita is his teacher.  She and about 20,000 other Canadian families are pioneers in the home-schooling movement.  They have asked themselves, “To whom has God given the primary responsibility for educating and raising their children?  And in living rooms or basements filled with readers and desks, paints and pencils, musical instruments and toys, they have given their answer. Parents who want to teach their ... (Continue reading)

Address homosexuality with charity: minister

Address homosexuality with charity: minister

Fr. John Harvey discusses spiritual support for those trying to live a chaste life at a recent CLC-sponsored clergy luncheon. (Continue reading)

Gairdner’s books point the way up from despair

Gairdner’s books point the way up from despair

Harley Price reviews William Gairdners’ recent works, which seek to defend universals in a relativistic age. (Continue reading)

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Neuhaus was an intellectual giant

Neuhaus was an intellectual giant

The Interim takes a look at the wonderful work of First Things’ founder Father Richard John Neuhaus, who passed away recently, leaving a legacy of incredible pro-life work. (Continue reading)

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Weyrich inspired Christian activism

Weyrich inspired Christian activism

Paul Tuns recalls the important work of Conservative giant Paul Weyrich, who passed away recently at 66. (Continue reading)

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Soros funds anti-Catholic agitators

Soros funds anti-Catholic agitators

A look at some of the devious investments of various organizations and individuals. (Continue reading)

Three key questions on abortion

Three key questions on abortion

A close examination of the key principles and modes of belief surrounding the modern abortion debate. (Continue reading)

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Madoff stiffs the abortionists

Frank Kennedy celebrates Planned Parenthoods’ loss of $1 billion in a Ponzi scheme. (Continue reading)

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Having to ask the tough questions

Michael Coren discusses the privilege of the few trumping the rights of the many when it comes to blood screening. (Continue reading)

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Briefs

  Quebec birth rate increases QUEBEC - The Quebec Institute of Statistics reported that for the fifth year in a row, the province's birth rate increased. Its birth rate of 1.65 children per 100 women of child-bearing age is higher than the national average of 1.59, the first time since 1959 that Quebec's rate has exceeded the Canadian average. The provincial government has encouraged women to have more children by establishing $7-a-day daycare, generous maternity leave benefits and extensive afterschool ... (Continue reading)

Reflections on the pro-life legacy of former president George W. Bush

Reflections on the pro-life legacy of former president George W. Bush

A look back at what President Bush did - and didn’t do - for pro-life. (Continue reading)

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Legal euthanasia would be a Calamity

National Affairs correspondent Rory Leishman takes a look at the life of Steven Fletcher in light of the euthanasia debate. (Continue reading)

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The HRCs’ only ally

It seems that Prime Minister Harper is the only friend left of the bureaucratic bullies at the HRCs. (Continue reading)

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Farewell to a pro-life friend

A fond look at the life of intellectual and pro-life activist Father Richard John Neuhaus, who passed away recently at the age of 72. (Continue reading)

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Obama could bring ‘new world order’: Kissinger

Michael O'Brien warns about the wrong-headedness of a ‘New World Order'. (Continue reading)

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