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The Population Bomb That Fizzled

If the predictions in Paul Ehrlich's 1968 best seller, The Population Bomb, had been near the mark, Americans would be eating their dogs and children by now and yearning for a condominium - a little elbow room - on the moon.

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Mother Teresa Goes to Washington

The National Prayer Breakfast, Washington, D.C, February 5, 1994. Before the President and Mrs. Clinton, Vice President and Mrs. Gore, and a room packed with 4,000 others, Mother Theresa dared to say what no one there dared to say.

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Quebec After Catholicism

By the 1970s, many within Quebec's Catholic Church were forced to recognize that what they had really signed on to was, so to speak, their own death warrant.

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Not Making the Cut

All human beings should "make the cut" simply because they are inviolate, unrepeatable, and irreplaceable human beings. The path to abortion and the road toward cloning is one that consistently and increasingly subordinates the primary good of the human being to some secondary good.

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The Just War

I reply that it must be said that, in order that a war may be just, three things are necessary.

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A Voice In The Wilderness

Asked what Catholics in the United States can do about the situation in Sudan, Bishop Macram answers quickly. "Jesus taught his disciples that this type of evil is only sent away by prayer and fasting.

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