Posts Tagged ‘Catholic Lane’


Dr. Gerard Nadal, Science and Health Education Policy Advisor for the Bioethics Defense Fund, shared a personal story on “Catholic Lane” a couple days ago in response to the Belgian Parliament’s recent decision to legalize euthanasia for terminally ill children.

Whatever your stance on this issue, I think you will find that Dr. Nadal brings a valid perspective and good food for thought to the discussion.


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jack-o-lanternA couple days ago I ran across a great article on Catholic Lane called — well, I won’t repeat the title.  Just look up above.  But I did not provide the name of the author, which is Rod Bennet.

It’s a little on the longish side (about two and a half Word document pages), but I think you’d find it worth your time.

Here it is!

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I recently came across an article on the hit A&E series “Duck Dynasty,” and probably would have skipped it if it were not for the buzz among people I know.

The article in question is “Why Duck Dynasty Viewers Flock,” by Tom Purcell.  Here is the link:



I must confess that I have never seen “Duck Dynasty” myself.  Still, media trends always intrigue me, and I thought some of my friends might find this interesting. 🙂

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