Tag Archives: Abortion

Ghost stories

Don made a rather glowing recommendation of Mononoke a few weeks ago, which I mentally filed away until recently. Having watched the first story arc (which spans two episodes), we have: a rather laconic, mysterious man known only as the … Continue reading

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Love and the culture wars

One of the reasons why I like reading Dreher so much is that he’s an endless source for interesting links, book recommendations and the like. This time, it’s an essay by Serena Sigillito on how minds really are changed on … Continue reading

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Continuing the conversation

I seem to be experiencing my own 15 minutes of fame by way of having my previous post quoted on Andrew Sullivan’s blog. The amount of traffic I’ve received in the past 48 hours is about on par with what … Continue reading

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Are we too responsible?

Tristyn Bloom on one aspect of pro-abortion thought that is often neglected: We often hear that a problem with young people today is that we are irresponsible. We don’t have a sense of duty. We don’t have a sense of … Continue reading

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Obligatory Pope Francis post

So – Pope Francis, in a rather long interview with America Magazine, happened to mention a few hot-button issues like homosexuality, abortion, contraception and the like. Naturally, those few moments are all the mainstream media cares about. You know, for … Continue reading

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