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Blessings for Mexicans, Cubans and the Unborn

First appeared on 03/28/2012. Insights is also available to members via email delivery.

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One of the most uplifting news stories I've seen in a long time is this: Vatican approves blessing for child in womb. This new blessing should be used early and often, not only for the sake of the baby but for those who will be formed by it to revere human life.

I'm also very happy to report that there seems to still be hope for the reconciliation of the Society of St. Pius X with the Church: German SSPX leader optimistic on reaching agreement with Vatican. Once again, time will tell.

As the United States nears the end of its presidential primary season, we face important strategic considerations. I outline my fundamental political strategy in Going Local. The US Supreme Court is also beginning to hear the case against Obamacare, so I also attempt to bring you up to speed in Constitutional Issues for Obamacare.... [more content for subscribers]

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