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Fr. Popielusko and Communist Poland

As early as 1966, something unprecedented in Communist-dominated countries had occurred. There was a powerful element of independent civil society in Poland linked directly with the Church.

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Did Pius XII Remain Silent?

On Sunday, April 3, the Washington Post's Parade magazine printed an interview with Pope John Paul II. Tad Szulc, the author, seemed to focus on Catholic-Jewish relations. While praising the popes since John XXIII, he seemed to accuse Pope Pius XII of remaining silent about the holocaust during World War II.

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The Woman and the Physician Facing Abortion

One of the most urgent yet least discussed dilemmas concerning the woman, the physician, and a host of others facing abortion today, is access to the correct basic scientific information regarding the human embryo - scientific information which demonstrates empirically that normally every human being begins at fertilization as a single-cell embryo, the zygote.

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Talking Abortion

Father Frank Pavone, the national director of Priests for Life, explains how best to communicate the pro-life message to others.

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Human Personhood Begins at Conception

Philosopher Peter Kreeft presents the arguments commonly used to explain why the unborn child is not a human person and then shows clearly and simply why each of these arguments cannot possibly be true.

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