Heretical Gnosticism Permeates Pontifical Academy for Life

Snaky Catholics

By Judie Brown Snaky: “insidious,” stealthy, or slithery These synonyms apply to two men who have a common interest in life: misrepresentation of the respect and honor due to the body, blood, soul, and divinity of Christ in Holy Communion. The two men who currently come to mind are former vice president Joe Biden and […]

Joseph Biden v. Fr. Robert Morey: The Stark Contrast!

By Judie Brown The denial of Holy Communion to former Vice President Joe Biden has captured headlines across this land and from nearly every corner. The question is: Why? The answer is simple. Fr. Morey did something courageous. We know that Fr. Robert E. Morey, pastor of Saint Anthony Catholic Church in Florence, South Carolina, […]

Demonizing Pregnancy

By Judie Brown Demonize: to portray as evil In the ongoing struggle to protect the alleged right of mothers to have their preborn children killed by abortion, the culture of death focuses on many false reasons to abort, including domestic abuse. Based on the fact that abortion-restriction laws are being passed in various state legislatures, […]

Addicted to Violence

By Judie Brown Addiction: “a strong inclination to do, use, or indulge in something repeatedly”; “a compulsive . . . behavior” What you are about to read exposes an addiction to abortion that infects those who kill the preborn for a living. Case in point: Doctor Lisa Harris is an abortionist. She wrote an editorial […]

Destroying Others or Standing with Them

By Judie Brown In 1995, Pope John Paul II urged us to work for the day when we could “offer this world of ours new signs of hope, and work to ensure that justice and solidarity will increase and that a new culture of human life will be affirmed, for the building of an authentic […]

Mary, Charlie, and the Babies

By Judie Brown Professor Charles Rice (Charlie) and his lovely wife Mary were devoted to each other, to their family, and to the babies. John Dejak, who studied under Charlie at the University of Notre Dame, wrote, “Never without the Rosary in his pocket, he was a true son of Our Lady. He defended her as […]