Faith & Reason

“ From a moral point of view, for every Catholic who intends to remain faithful to his or her Baptism, it is absolutely inadmissible to accept a vaccination that utilizes material coming from human fetuses in its process of production. This has also been restated authoritatively recently by the American Bishop Joseph E. Strickland in his April 27 Pastoral Letter[4] and in his August 1 tweet.[5]

“ The recommendations are good news. Pro-life leaders have been urging the Trump administration to stop using tax dollars to fund unethical research for years. Under the Obama administration, millions of tax dollars were used to fund disturbing research studies, including one to create “humanized mice” with tissue from potentially viable aborted babies.

The Trump administration canceled that contract, and it has been taking other steps to stop funding unethical research, including through the formation of the new advisory board.”

President Trump’s Bioethics Panel Rejects 13 Projects Using Body Parts From Aborted Babies

 Sr. Deirdre “Dede” Byrne was among the speakers at the 2020 Republican National Convention. Now a Catholic religious sister, Sister Byrne previously served as a surgeon, retired army officer, and missionary. The full text of her speech, delivered August 26, is below: 

“ Adam C. Blai is the Peritus of Religious Demonology and Exorcism for the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh and one of the leading lay experts on demons in the United States. He has assisted ordained priests in dozens of solemn exorcisms and hundreds of less severe cases.

In his book, Hauntings, Possessions, and Exorcisms, Blai provides basic facts about human-demon interaction.”

Demonic Possession at the Portland Riots