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The all-women's College of St. Mary in Omaha, Neb. has something rare.
Lamenting a federal court ruling that forced legal recognition of same-sex weddings in Wisconsin, Bishop Robert Morlino warned that the redefinition of marriage threatened the stability of civil society.
As the months went by, Giselle’s hands, feet, and lips began to exhibit a slight bluish hue, telltale signs her heartGiselle 1 was not working properly. After her second birthday, she had her first vision of Jesus. It happened in their family room, only a few weeks before her passing.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry drew audible gasps from a San Francisco audience when he compared a genetic predisposition to alcoholism to a genetic predisposition to homosexuality, despite the fact that homosexual activists routinely argue a biological basis for same sex attraction.
Needles, artificial hormones, and big medical bills are just a few of the things that spring to mind when the topic of fertility treatments comes up. However, there are other treatments that focus on increasing natural fertility, rather than on medical interventions.
These 19 issues fall into five groups, ranging from highly acceptable to highly unacceptable. Overall, 11 of the 19 are considered morally acceptable by more than half of Americans. Ninety percent of Americans believe birth control is morally acceptable, putting it into the "highly acceptable" category, which has little moral opposition -- the only such issue among the 19.