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A shot from Hollywood's new anti-Catholic film 'Novitiate.'

A list of key pro-life and pro-family news and views.

  • Former British Labour MP Rob Flello is criticizing his former party for its intolerance of pro-life views. Abortion is a new “dogma” for the party that is “policed much more ruthlessly than the principles of economic justice ever were.” (The Spectator)
  • The Democrats are running a “transgender” activist to replace Virginia Republican and pro-life, pro-family stalwart Bob Marshall. The candidate, Danica Roem, argues that kindergarteners should be taught in an “age appropriate” way that they can change gender. (Breitbart)
  • Amid Hollywood’s ongoing sex abuse scandal, Sony Pictures is promoting a new anti-Catholic film called “Novitiate” about an order of nuns around the time of the Second Vatican Council. (Catholic League)
  • U.S. Congressman Robert Pittenger has introduced a new bill to stop Planned Parenthood from getting tax breaks for building abortion facilities. (CBN)
  • The dissident Women’s Ordination Conference has launched a new scholarship for women who want to be “ordained Catholic priests.” (National Catholic Reporter)
  • Parents in the UK are claim that NHS doctors pressured their children into transgenderism, and in some cases referring them for “treatment” after a mere 40 minute consultation. (Daily Mail)

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