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RE: A Personal Response to President Bush's Address to the Nation
"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God." - Matthew 5:9It should never be denied that the atrocities committed by Saddam were precisely that - atrocities. However, the American motivation in attacking him and his regime was ...

RE: Behind the Wall: A Bethlehem Christmas
I apologise for any offence given by implying that Americans are ignorant of the situation in Bethlehem - but the brutal fact is that they are, as the survey mentioned in the article clearly shows. It is an ignorance shared by the British - including ...

RE: Behind the Wall: A Bethlehem Christmas
I guess I must be one of the ignorant Americans referred to in this article, because there are a few things I still don't understand. If the security wall is what's driving Christians out of Bethlehem, why is it that the exodus of Christians from Bethlehem ...

RE: Miraculous Conception: A review of Children of Men
Please. Don't preach to me about literary complexity. I'm no fan of the thin gruel that often attempts to pass as religious 'art'. I'm not looking for films that attempt to bombard us with some kind of sentimental, saccharine vision of humanity. ...

RE: Miraculous Conception: A review of Children of Men
I could not agree more than with the last two posters, RyanusRex and cscaperl. I cannot tell you how frustrating it is, as an editor trying to find really good Catholic fiction to publish, to see manuscript after manuscript in which even competent writers ...

RE: Miraculous Conception: A review of Children of Men
I just wanted to take a moment and respond to Danny Boy. As someone who was thoroughly impressed with Children of Men and Pan's Labyrinth (and Babel to complete the Mexican director trifecta) both for their pure artistry and for their gentle weaving ...

RE: Miraculous Conception: A review of Children of Men
To say that the movie is pro-life, not "Pro-Life," describes the film's ethos very well. The film's primary goal is not evangelization, much less political action. Those goals are inappropriate as primary goals for art, anyway. The Christian world ...

RE: Miraculous Conception: A review of Children of Men
OK, yes, a brilliant movie in many ways. But a deeply confused movie in many other ways. Can a movie that valorizes a hippie-hero's euthanizing of his wife be called pro-life? I think in many ways this movie, like Pan's Labyrinth, exceeds its maker ...

RE: Mel Gibson: Signs and Contradictions
Debra Murphy is very astute: she notes the "under-the-radar" critique of current culture of death in the movie Apocalypto, which is something I did not pick up until she mentioned it. Even if the movie showed the sacrifice of children, I don't think ...

RE: Boinking Without Oinking: A Review of ‘Female Chauvinist Pigs’
Wow, we are asking an awful lot of one woman's book. Seriously, we expect her ideas about feminism to "take women out of the "freedom and power" of being sexual objects" all by themselves? Come on, let's just see the book for what it is -- a great ...

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Aid to the Church in Need
Helps persecuted Catholics around the world.

Beckett Fund for Religious Liberty
Legal advocacy for religious expression.

Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (C-FAM)
Advocate for families and human dignity at the U.N.

Catholic Peace Fellowship
Catholics for peace and non-violence.

Catholic Relief Services
Humanitarian & disaster relief

CLEAVE: The Counter Agency

Do No Harm
Promotes medical advancements that avoid destroying unborn human life.

Elliott Institute
Leading researcher on how abortion harms women.

Family Research Council
Public advocacy on behalf of families.

Feminists for Life
Group inspired by the founders of feminism, who were pro-life.

Food for the Poor
Church-based international relief for the poor

Freedom House
Advocates for freedom and democracy around the world.

Holy Cross International Justice Office
Raises awareness about globalization and its effects on the poor, local cultures, and the environment.

Howard Center for Family, Religion, & Society
Empowers family advocates.

Institute for American Values
Renewing marriage and family life.

Institute Marriage and Public Policy
Aspires to be that place for the same-sex marriage debate.

International Catholic Migration Commission
Serves and protects the needs of uprooted people, refugees, internally displaced persons and migrants.

Joan B. Kroc Institute for Int'l Peace Studies
The causes of violence and the conditions for sustainable peace.

Lifeissues.net
Life and bioethics news site.

Lifeissues.net Euthanasia Resources

National Catholic Bioethics Center
Bioethics and the dignity of the human person.

Population Research Institute
Fights human rights abuses against women and families.

Protection Project
Human rights group fighting the global trafficking of persons, especially women and children.

The Catholic Conservation Center
Promotes ecology and environmental justice in light of sacred Scripture and living Tradition of the Roman Catholic Church.

The Christian Response to Suffering
Message of Pope John Paul II
For the World Day of the Sick, 2002


The Economy Project
A collection of specialized articles and research papers, book reviews, and conferences.

The New Atlantis
A journal of technology and society, published by the Ethics & Public Policy Center.

U.S. Bishops 1991 statement on Euthanasia

Woodstock Theological Center
Peace and social justice think tank.

World Youth Alliance
Promotes the dignity of the human person worldwide.

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