Jay Richards and The Dignity of Work in our Technological Age

Jay Richards and The Dignity of Work in our Technological Age

Jay Richards, a prolific author and a research assistant professor at the Busch School of Business at Catholic University of America, dealt with uniquely 21st century aspects of work, as he spoke to the situation of the human worker in an increasingly technological world during the week-long Napa Institute Conference in Washington DC recently. The…
Bravo! Catholic Australian senator announces gender swap so he can speak on abortion issues

Bravo! Catholic Australian senator announces gender swap so he can speak on abortion issues

One Catholic legislator gets creative as he aims to shake up complacent colleagues on self-destructive life issues plaguing culture in general and his country in particular. Catholic Business Journal says “Bravo!” and, my goodness, talk about making one’s point!!! Brilliant. CNA— After being slammed for his religion and told he would never understand abortion because…
Ohio House passes heartbeat abortion bill

Ohio House passes heartbeat abortion bill

The Ohio House has once again passed a pro-life bill that would ban abortions after a baby’s heartbeat is detected. “This bill basically says if there is a heartbeat you cannot abort. If there is a heartbeat, there is life…there is no debating that,” said Rep. Ron Hood, R-Ashville, according to Dayton Daily News.  …
HHS Anti-Life Mandates Mostly Dead: Trump Administration Issues Final Rules Protecting Conscience Rights in Health Insurance

HHS Anti-Life Mandates Mostly Dead: Trump Administration Issues Final Rules Protecting Conscience Rights in Health Insurance

The Departments of Health and Human Services, Treasury, and Labor released two final rules to provide conscience protections for Americans who have a religious or moral objection to health insurance that covers contraception methods. Under the Affordable Care Act, employer-provided health insurance plans are required to cover certain “preventative services” – which were defined through…