Politics & Society Short Take
Charles C. CamosySeptember 24, 2020
Sen. Dianne Feinstein spoke for many when she told Barrett quite directly, “The dogma lives loudly within you, and that’s of concern.”
Faith Faith and Reason
Charles C. CamosyJune 26, 2019
While Pope Francis has given special consideration to what some may consider liberal life issues, he has also spoken up strongly and clearly for the more traditional prolife issues.
 Pro-life advocates celebrate in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Aug. 9 after lawmakers voted against a bill that would have legalized abortion. The Senate voted against the bill, dashing the hopes of supporters of legal abortion in the predominantly Catholic country, homeland of Pope Francis. (CNS photo/Agustin Marcarian, Reuters)
Faith News Analysis
Charles C. CamosyAugust 10, 2018
A diversity of views on abortion made for an actual debate among those who have power in Argentina.
Politics & Society Short Take
Charles C. CamosyJune 22, 2018
The Trump administration’s border policies threaten the right to life.
Arts & Culture Books
Charles C. CamosyMay 08, 2017
There is a perception that the hook-up culture is more prevalent than it actually is.
Arts & Culture Books
Charles C. CamosyFebruary 23, 2017
Perhaps the most powerful pro-choice argument rests on the claim that restrictions on abortion do not actually stop abortion from happening—they only make said abortions safer. Biemans devastates the foundations of this argument.
Faith In All Things
Charles C. CamosyNovember 20, 2015
Naming it “corrosive” and a “dark” sign of contemporary American culture, the U.S. Catholic bishops approved a document this week condemning the production and use of pornography as a mortal sin.
Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, before Congress
In All Things
Charles C. CamosyOctober 15, 2015
Selling body parts is not the only legal issue, and it may not even be the most important
In All Things
Charles C. CamosySeptember 04, 2015
We should be honest as a culture about the fact that these children are killed not because they are a burden on themselves, but because having a child with Down’s doesn’t meet our expectations.
People with Down syndrome are actually happier than those who are “normal.”
In All Things
Charles C. CamosyAugust 25, 2015
Discouraging abortion as a response to Down syndrome could be an area of agreement for those who otherwise think very differently about abortion.