Have we become anti-child?

The culture has been hard on children and increasingly so since contraception began preventing their existence, abortion began ending their lives and false notions of overpopulation and limited resources began treating them as hostile intruders. Although we cannot single-handedly change the culture,

Not so great expectations

Studies reveal that culture heavily weighs on children when asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Teresa Tomeo writes: “What should be a real wake-up for all of us concerned about children, their futures and the future in

Childlike Easter

Kathryn Lopez writes, The Easter declaration is unlike any other declaration. It doesn't make us independent but rather resplendent in the glory of God. This season is about conversion and only the innocence of a child can herald the wonder with which

Editorial: Putting kids first

Three U.S. bishops had high praise May 18 for two U.S. governors who they said were “keeping kids first.” The bishops were Bishop Frank J. Dewane of Venice, Florida, who chairs the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Domestic Justice and

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