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Abortion and the Reformation of Male Strength

The possibility of abortion has allowed for a great "reaching in" of almost every form of prototypical male coercion, precisely at the moment in which a woman is most obviously powerful in her difference as mother—obliging, requiring, and enforcing the transformation of all men within her vicinity into servants.

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The head of the Southern Baptist office in Washington D.C. once said to me during St. John Paul II's papacy, "You've got a pope there who really knows how to pope."

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Let the Beautiful Creature Live

Several years ago, as I have heard tell, my formidable old professor of medieval Italian literature, Robert Hollander, was reading Chaucer, and he fell to weeping because the Christian faith that animated the poet was so beautiful, and he, the professor, could not share it.

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