Month: June 2020


Abortion and the Coronavirus

Astonishingly, the coronavirus pandemic has reduced our fast-paced world culture to more resemble a 1st-century-ish, at home, stand-still existence. Both personally and economically, this is an experience unique to our 21st century; one which has not been lived in modern culture since 1918. The tragic mortality in New York, elsewhere nationally and internationally has hung […]