Legatus Magazine May 2019
Archives / April 2019
There’s an opioid addiction crisis nationwide, and it affects even the best of families. Here’s how it started and what we can do about it.
Proponents of reviving the dead 1972 Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), which, originally passed with a 7-year ratification window, claim that this stateme MORE
It wasn’t until I had spent eight years at Planned Parenthood that the scales dropped from my eyes.
Juana Enriqueta Josefina Fernandez Solar was born July 13, 1900 in Santiago, Chile. The fourth of six children, from childhood she demonstrated an ope MORE
Engaging the Faith
During my childhood, I learned to tune out God’s voice in my conscience when I justified my sins.
“Okay, take out your Bibles,” a speaker at a Catholic conference directed the audience and then paused. “oh, wait,” he said. “never mind. I MORE
5 Minutes With
Albany Chapter Shepherd Discusses Catholic-Politician Sanctions, Clergy Crisis. Bishop Edward Scharfenberger of Albany, New York is dealing with the f MORE
Culture of Life
This past winter a Chinese doctor made headlines when he claimed he created the first genetically modified human embryos who were successfully nurture MORE
Fire and cooking catapulted the concept of taste along with nutrition. The late anthropologist Carleton Coon stated that cooking was, “the decisive MORE
There’s an opioid addiction crisis nationwide, and it affects even the best of families. To swallow a tough pill here’s how it started and what we MORE