CBS reports that from 1995 to 2011, the U.S. had an estimated termination rate for Down syndrome of 67 percent, compared to the CDC report in 2013 noting that nearly 17 percent of all pregnancies are aborted, with or without genetic testing.
May we learn a lesson from your courageous life, so that the other “Charlies” who come after you are treated with dignity and honor.
In a society where we have difficulty finding healthy relationships, the real life witness of sacrificial, sacramental love shows how it is possible to love a person faithfully forever
On Sunday, April 9, the St. Cloud Times’ front page article “No Planned Parenthood? More kids, cancer, chlamydia” was filled with innuendo, an absence of concrete facts and biased reporting. Not only did the article include only information from like-minded sources, it also used vague and dangerous language. It provided a view that no women’s […]
On March 9, 70-plus people from the Diocese of St. Cloud joined others from throughout Minnesota for the first Catholics at the Capitol event. This well-organized gathering included addresses from each of the bishops of Minnesota, outlining the three key issues we were to focus on in our legislative meetings later in the day.
I wondered how many of these well-meaning people that were so concerned about healthy food may not be as concerned about the hormones they ingest to control their fertility.
With our nation’s decision, the real work comes to bear — holding our representatives’ feet to the fire to live up to all the promises they made to get our vote.
Project Rachel is a free service, open to anyone in need, regardless of faith, as part of the services available through the Bishop’s Annual Appeal
It has been just a year since David Daleiden from the Center for Medical Progress began releasing videos showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing fees for human fetal tissue and organs they procured through abortion.
On May 13 the U.S. departments of Justice and Education issued a “guidance letter on Title IX” directing every public school in the country, including most public universities and colleges, to allow transgender persons access to bathrooms and locker rooms of their choice. The policy states that “when a school provides sex-segregated activities and facilities, […]