Disassembling Childhood

Grandparents’ Alert! The Cancel Culture Wants You

By Judie Brown(Part 9 in our Cancel Culture series) No, aging community, the cancel culture does not want to enlist your wisdom and guidance; it wants you to die and get out of the way! Why? Because the cancel culture is all about ostracism, banishment, and exclusion. This attitude takes many forms, in both word […]

Unity or Division, Christ or Satan

By Judie Brown Catholic bishops in the United States are considering issuing a statement dealing with pro-abortion Catholic politicians and their worthiness to receive the body and blood of Christ in Communion. Recently, the president of the USCCB, Archbishop Jose Gomez, informed Cardinal Luis Ladaria—the prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the […]

Is Parenthood Old Fashioned?

(Part 8 in our Cancel Culture series) By Judie Brown In case it has escaped your attention, the world today is growing more hostile to the idea of traditional parenthood. It seems that an ever-growing number of policy makers are having problems defending mom, dad, and the traditional way of bearing and raising children. This […]

Jesus Christ Is TRULY PRESENT, Bishop McElroy!

By Judie Brown It is hard to believe, but there is at least one Catholic bishop who has put into writing his personal opinions regarding the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist. His name is Bishop Robert McElroy, and his statements are many, but the following stands out as particularly troubling given the sacred […]

Family Is Not Just a Word

(Part 7 in our Cancel Culture series) By Judie Brown In the words of St. John Paul II, the family is “the first and fundamental school of social living: as a community of love, it finds in self-giving the law that guides it and makes it grow.” These words provide a clear definition of the […]

The Wrong Conversation

(Part 6 in our Cancel Culture series) By Judie Brown A few days ago, San Francisco’s archbishop, Salvatore Cordileone, issued a pastoral letter entitled “Before I Formed You in the Womb I Knew You.” This letter addresses the human dignity of the preborn baby, Catholics in public life, and the Eucharist. Cordileone wisely teaches that, […]