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"Victory for Pro-Life, Pro-Family Catholics and Other Christians"

From Aleteia, more on the recent marriage victory in Europe: …the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) lowered the boom on European progressives. And, the wind was taken out of the sails of American liberalism. […] Moreover, whereas U.S.-based agitators for same-sex marriage have pulled off their boldest accomplishments through the […]

New Study Suggests It's Better to Leave Religion Off Your Résumé

Do you list your involvement with religious organizations on your résumé?  You may want to cease revealing your religious affiliation on your résumé, a new study by the Southern Sociology Society suggests.  The study found that applicants whose résumés included faith affiliations were 26 percent less likely to be contacted by employers. The Southern Sociology Society researchers sent out […]

NOM President Featured in Legatus Magazine

Brian Brown, President of NOM, and his family were recently featured on the cover of Legatus Magazine as part of their coverage of the upcoming extraordinary synod of Catholic bishops on pastoral challenges to the family in the context of evangelization. “At a time when the definition of marriage and family is being distorted almost daily, The […]

Robbie George on Religious Freedom

Over at First Things, Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University and founding chairman of NOM, analyzed the Supreme Court’s recent ruling that the government cannot force Hobby Lobby and its Christian owners to provide abortion-inducing drugs or devices for their employees in accordance with regulations enacted by the Department of Health and […]

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