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Archives / October 2011

Culture of Life

Fr. Tadeusz Pacholczyk
A recent news report chronicled a Chinese woman named Huang Yijun. Sixty years ago, her unborn child died, but the infant was never expelled from her MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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Ethics

Michael J. Miller
There is great enthusiasm for entrepreneurship these days. There are social entrepreneurs, intellectual entrepreneurs, educational entrepreneurs and e MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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Featured

Judy Roberts
As president of Heartbeat International, Peggy Hartshorn could face a moral dilemma if a provision of the new federal health-care law remains unchange MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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Featured

Matthew A. Rarey
Having repeatedly failed to pass legislation legalizing euthanasia and doctor-assisted suicide, Canada’s “right-to-die” lobby is bypassing the p MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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Featured

Sabrina Arena Ferrisi
What does it take to change the heart of an abortionist? In the case of Dr. John Bruchalski, a member of Legatus’ Northern Virginia Chapter, it took MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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Apologetics

Leon J. Suprenant Jr.
Since the time of Pope Pius XII (1939-1957), the Church has explicitly taught that both inter vivos and postmortem (cadaver) transplants are licit, ba MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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Saints

Feast Day: October 29
Pope Benedict XVI beatified Chiara “Luce” Badano on Sept. 25, 2010, just 20 years after her death. That should not surprise us, for she modeled a MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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Columns

Patrick Novecosky
Editor’s Desk
I’ll never forget a couple of years ago standing at the spot where Jesus was baptized in the Jordan River. I was there for Pope Benedict XVI’s vis MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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Features

Matthew A. Rarey
The upcoming annual Summit — only four months away — will mark Legatus’ 25th anniversary, and the response to this milestone event has been enth MORE
Oct 01, 2011
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