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    • Q:
    • Is Scott Walker pro-life?
    • A:
    • Daniel


      It is my understanding that Walker defines himself as pro-life.  In addition LIFENEWS suggests that he is a defender of the preborn.  See this article http://www.lifenews.com/2015/02/05/meet-scott-walker-the-pro-life-governor-catching-huge-republican-presidential-buzz/


      Judie

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    • Q:
    • Should sex education be taught in public schools?
    • A:
    • Jenneatra


      There is no such thing as necessary classroom sex education.  Parents should be teaching their children when the child is ready to hear the facts.  Let's face it, teachers cannot replace parents in this vital area of education.


      Judie 

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    • Q:
    • Why do you write your articles so small type?
    • A:
    • John


      I have no control on the way the print appears on our website.  You should have a setting on your computer that makes type on website larger.


      Judie Brown

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    • Q:
    • how is stem cell research funded?
    • A:
    • Sierra


      Human embryonic stem cell research is funded in part by the federal government, in part by biotech companies and in part by groups working on finding treatments or cures for various diseases.


      Judie

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    • Q:
    • It is listed that Paralyzed Vets of America uses stem cells but does not specify from where, adult or embryonic. Can you refer me to a website that states which?

      Thank you,

      Lisa
    • A:
    • Lisa


      Paralyzed Vets of America is described as an organization that is involved with supporting research using human embryonic stem cells.  See this report:


      http://www.all.org/charities/?page=5#Paralyzed_Veterans_of_America_(PVA)


      Judie

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    • Q:
    • Hi Judie. I am interested in the Miessence organic company. They are based out of Australia but are an international company. I was hoping to find out whether or not they contribute to PP? Thanks!
    • A:
    • Beth


      To my knowledge this company has nothing to do with abortion or Planned Parenthood.


      Judie

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    • Q:
    • Who were the earliest 'Birth Control" leaders. Was there a cabal against the Catholic Church?
    • A:
    • Hugh


      The entire history is published in a book or two, but a succinct article is on line at http://www.catholiceducation.org/en/controversy/common-misconceptions/contraception-why-not.html


      Judie

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    • Q:
    • My daughter was asked if she would donate the placenta after her C section. They said it will help burn victims. Is this moral?
    • A:
    • Rose


      This is very moral and you might tell her that the placenta could be helpful o her own family in the future.  Here is some important info 


      http://www.catholicherald.com/stories/Donate-umbilical-cord-blood-the-gift-of-life,18491


      Judie

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    • Q:
    • I read the House Republicans tried to pass a prolife bill and failed because of opposition from republican women. The paper did not name the women. Should there names be posted?
    • A:
    • John


      THe Washington Post reports that a block of women in the Republican party worked to stop the bill:  http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-politics/wp/2015/01/21/abortion-bill-in-flux-as-female-gop-lawmakers-raise-concerns/


      There is no list that I have found.


      Judie

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    • Q:
    • Can you please tell me if Catholic Charities has ever donated to abortion groups?
    • A:
    • Jessica


      Catholic Charities has a very sordid history and yes, at times, it has been involved with abortion in more than one way.  The most recent report I have seen on line is http://www.all.org/article/index/id/MTI3NjY/


      Current updates are going to be available from LEPANTOINSTITUTE.ORG


      Judie 

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    • Q:
    • IS DVA (DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS) OK TO DONATE TO? ARE THEY IN GOOD CATHOLIC STANDING?
      I WISH THE LIST ON THE WEBSITE WOULD INCLUDE MORE CHARITIES.
    • A:
    • Natali


      DAV is a good charity.


      Judie

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    • Q:
    • I'm interested what your take on contraception is. What are your thoughts on the use of condoms or the pill?
    • A:
    • Jacob


      As a Catholic I know and believe that the use of any form of contraception is an offense to God as it negates His will for the couple


      Judie

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    • Q:
    • Judie, Is there a pharmacy in Florida or any other state that make morally acceptable MMR vaccines that are separated?
    • A:
    • Kathleen,
      Here is the response to your question from expert Debi Vinnedge, Children of God for Life (cogforlife.org)
        There are no morally produced separate doses of measles and mumps anywhere in the US or Canada at this time because Merck stopped providing them in 2009.  There is only one morally produced rubella vaccine in the world MORE >>
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    • Q:
    • Please advise what is the latest with CRS- have their errors been corrected as the Diocese still provides envelopes to collect for them from the Churches
      Thank you.

      PLEASE DO NOT PRINT MY NAME
    • A:
    • Cathy


      The latest news about CRS is all bad.  You can read the details on the LEPANTO INSTITUTE website:  http://www.lepantoinstitute.org

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    • Q:
    • Does ALL support a life at conception act? Thank you
    • A:
    • Mary
      The LIFE AT CONCEPTION ACT has a fatal flaw and that is in the title because some people's lives begin due to asexual reproduction of a specific cell that creates another person such as monozygotic twins.  
      The PRO LIFE ALLIANCE is promoting this bill and we have been in touch with them about definitions.  Hopefully when the bill p MORE >>
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