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The Universe Is “Too Fine-Tuned for Chance”

An Interview of Francis Slobodnik of Crusade Magazine with Mr. John Calvert on Intelligent Design. Mr. Slobodnik: Mr. Calvert, how did you become interested in the concept of Intelligent Design and later become co-founder of the Intelligent Design Network? Mr. Calvert: I studied geology in college and received my first degree in 1962. Then I …

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Yale Professor Has Dramatic Conversion From Darwinism

Many people have felt the scorn of liberals when expressing doubts about man-made global warming. Just a slight reservation about this liberal dogma will bring down ire upon the person who will be forever branded a “climate change denier.” Such treatment pales in comparison to that given those that deny Darwin and his theory of …

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Is the Amazon Synod Going to Lead Us to Eco-Socialism?

There have long been lingering suspicions that the Amazon Synod is going to be a progressive festival, especially considering its key call for the “abolition of celibacy” for pseudo-pastoral reasons. However, concrete evidence to document this suspicion was lacking. Now, this evidence is gradually beginning to emerge. The Jesuit’s Georgetown University in Washington D.C., long …

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“Rehabilitation” of Liberation Theology?

“Not only is participating in class struggle, not opposed to universal love, but today, this commitment is the necessary and inescapable means of making this love concrete, as this participation is what leads to a classless society, a society without owners and dispossessed, without oppressors and oppressed.” This statement is not found in the writings …

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A Mission That Baptised No-one in Fifity-Three Years: The Flawed Evangelization Model of the Pan-Amazonian Synod

Since 1965, the Institute of the Consolata for Foreign Missions, originally from Turin and present in 28 countries, has had a mission among the Yanomamis in Brazil. The mission is currently led by the Italian priest Fr. Corrado Dalmolego, assisted by three women religious of the Institute’s female branch. In a recent interview to the …

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