CFHV Blog Posts

The Inconvenient Truth for Liberals in Laudato Si

By Terri Aluise / June 17, 2015 /

By Guest Author Terri Aluise The Vatican is set to release Pope Francis’ much anticipated encyclical Laudato Si on Thursday. A leaked draft version of the encyclical was released earlier this week and shows that Pope Francis believes that man is the primary cause of climate change. Not surprisingly, Conservatives are already in an uproar…

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Lutherans Discuss Fr. Sauppé’s Article — Matt Abbott Tips His Hat

By John B. Manos / August 12, 2013 /

It’s pretty interesting that our post from Fr. Sauppé continues to capture people’s interest and stir discussion in so many places. Today, a Missouri Synod Lutheran page linked to it, and nearly 1000 people came to read and discuss whether contraception is really at the heart of the mess. A few blog posts have spun off of…

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Janet Smith on Humanae Vitae at 45

By Christopher Manion / August 1, 2013 /

A refreshing look from premier defender of life, founder of the Women’s Care Center and Professor who holds the Father Michael J. McGivney Chair of Life Ethics at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. Be sure to see the letter written by Padre Pio to Pope Paul VI two months after the promulgation of the…

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China and Forced Abortion Forced Chen From NYU

By Christopher Manion / June 19, 2013 /

Steve Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute, recounts how he was fired from Stanford some thirty years ago for revealing the atrocious forced-abortion policy of the Communist Chinese government. Now Chen Guansheng, who was welcomed to New York University with considerable fanfare just months ago, has been quietly shown the door because of the…

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My last ten burials/funerals with “Fr. Strangelove”…

By wffguest / May 14, 2013 /

…or How I stop worrying and learned to love the (Demographic) Bomb, NOT! A stranger came into the sacristy after Sunday Mass. In an incriminating huff he said, “I have been away from the area for fifteen years; where are the people? And now you are tearing down the school? I went there as a…

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People Showed up in Droves to Comment on the Record Against HHS Mandate!

By John B. Manos / April 9, 2013 /

Unprecedented numbers of comments were filed in the administrative record of the HHS Mandate rule. Thank you, and the bishops think you for the support. Our work isn’t done, though, as Fr. Hardon had this battle pegged a long time ago.

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Did you comment on HHS? What did you say?

By John B. Manos / April 8, 2013 /

With less than an hour to go before the public comment deadline, we’ve gotten several reports of what people wound up saying. One early comment came from another attorney who wrote his own comment, a darn good one. Several reported that they copied and pasted our comment directly. Several others said they had already comment…

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40,000 comments today, and counting! 12 Hours left to make your voice heard!

By John B. Manos / April 8, 2013 /

Today, 40,000 more public comments were made on the proposed HHS contraception mandate. The public comment period for this administrative rule ends tonight at 11:59 eastern– there’s still time to be part of the permanent record for this rule!

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DO IT TODAY: A Quick and Simple Way to Stand Up for Humanae Vitae

By John B. Manos / April 7, 2013 /

We must comment on the HHS Contraceptive Mandate because it does not allow individuals to be exempt from government forcing us to accept contraception, sterilization, and abortion causing drugs — essentially the government forcing us to call evil good. Follow the directions herein to easily make your comment before the deadline tomorrow night.

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Humanae Vitae was the Soap Box Encyclical

By John B. Manos / July 30, 2012 /

I wasn’t alive when P.Paul VI issued the Encyclical letter Humanae Vitae.  I’ve seen and heard about it throughout my life, though. For one thing, people who were in their 20s and 30s at that time say things like, “We heard about it, but the priests never said anything so we didn’t think it mattered.”  Others…

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