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PRI Review For June 12, 2017 Vice-President Pence Assures Catholics That Trump is their “Ally”; Will Humanae Vitae Have A Happy Birthday Next Month? Weekly Briefing Reports on Spread Of Chinese Population Policies Into Africa
June 12, 2017
Prospects for pro-life victories have increased markedly in recent weeks, as President Trump continues to fulfill the promises he made during the 2016 election campaign. Vice-President Mike Pence recounted the good news when he addressed those gathered for the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast last week. Pence focused on President Trump’s radical reversal of the anti-life policies that had made Barack Obama the most vocal and pro-abortion national leader in the world. “President Donald Trump stands …
PRI Review For May 30, 2017 PRI Chaplain Linus Clovis Warns of Divisions Within Church Honduran Pro-Lifers Win Important Battle; College Tyrants Continue to Harass Conservatives
June 1, 2017
As the 49th anniversary of Humanae Vitae approaches, there are signs on the horizon, not of celebration but of danger. Marco Tosatti, a respected journalist in Rome, recently wrote that “in the Vatican, unconfirmed reports from good sources have leaked that the Pontiff is on the verge of appointing – or even might have already formed – a secret commission to examine and potentially study changes to the Church’s position on the issue of contraception, …
PRI Review for May 19, 2017. Notre Dame Invites VP Pence, Still Suffering From Obama; Cardinal Müller’s New Book Shines; Tillerson Announces Expansion of Mexico City Policy
May 19, 2017
Professor Walter Williams recently observed that today’s academic climate might be described as a mixture of infantilism, kindergarten and totalitarianism. As a graduate of Notre Dame, I’m sorry to report that the infection has spread even to my alma mater. Vice President Mike Pence will speak at Notre Dame’s commencement this Sunday, May 21st, but apparently the prospect of his visit makes many students feel “unsafe” – so supporters of “gay rights” and their allies …
May 5, 2017
Today we bring you a presentation by PRI’s founder and president, Steven Mosher. In a recent address in Wisconsin, Mr. Mosher gave an eloquent and moving account of his conversion long ago, when he left behind a promising role as a secular social scientist at a prestigious American University to become a leader in the international fight for life and liberty of the most vulnerable in every society, especially the unborn. For many of you, …
PRI Review for April 10, 2017: Leftist Mocks Fidelity in Marriage; Trump Defunds UNFPA; Chinese Authorities Forcibly Sterilize Man
April 11, 2017
PRI Review for April 10, 2017 Contempt For The Family Abounds On The Left; Father of Four Forcibly Sterilized in China; President Trump Stops All Funding To UNFPA The popular culture’s disdain for marriage often waxes ineloquently into outright contempt. Let’s face it. The Left can’t stand genuine marriage: taking after Karl Marx, they deny that it has any standing or status in law and culture. In fact, Karl Marx left his own family destitute, …
PRI Review for March 17, 2017: European Union’s Demographic Whimper; Vatican Hosts The Enemy; Can Rogue Federal Judiciary Be Controlled?
March 17, 2017
The European Union strikes out at Third World Babies in doomed attempt for demographic survival; The Vatican Hosts The Enemy, starring Paul Ehrlich;; Can Rogue Federal Judiciary Be Controlled? Yes, but Congress has to assert its constititutional powers.
PRI Review Podcast – Catholic Bishops Write Secretary of State; China IUD Uproar; Norway Funds International Abortions
March 2, 2017
Catholic Bishops Write Secretary of State with unurual priorities; China in Uproar over IUD removal; Norway Funds International Abortions
February 20, 2017
From primary school through graduate school, government funding comes with a high price tag – control. When Horace Mann founded the public school movement in the 1850s, it was designed to combat the growth of Catholic schools that were independent and religious. Early government school pioneers like Mann and John Swett of California sought state control of children, and opposed the fundamental right of parents to guide their children's intellectual, cultural, and spiritual growth. Catholic education …
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