Third Sunday of Easter: Road to Emmaus

The Gospel for this Sunday is the Road to Emmaus. This passage of scripture has always had a special meaning for me. My episcopal motto, Mane Nobiscum Domine (Stay with us Lord), is taken from this passage. This simple plea from the two disciples assumes even greater significance as we confront the reality of the coronavirus pandemic. We need the […]

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Margaret Dore: New Jersey Motion for Reconsideration, on assisted suicide law.

This article was published by Choice is an Illusion on April 24, 2020.

Previous articles:New Jersey euthanasia act must be set-aside (Link).New Jersey appellate court lifts restraining order that stopped assisted suicide (Link).Court order temporarily stops assisted suicide in New Jersey (Link).Margaret DoreTo view Dore’s brief as submitted, click here.

I. RELIEF REQUESTED

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A Eulogy for Father de Valk and Homeschoolers Beware

A blessed Third Sunday of Easter to all our readers! Christus surrexit vere, alleluia!

Father Raymond de Souza has posted in the Catholic Register a nostalgic and laudatory reflection on fellow priest and journalist Father de Valk, which is worth a read.

And, while on the many battles fought by the feisty Dutchman de Valk, one of which was education, there are warning clouds on the horizon from Harvard for all our homeschooling readers. The Ivy League College is hosting a conference led by a certain Elizabeth Bartholet – this is one event I hope Covid prevents – whose theme is to make children being taught by their parents illegal. Dr. Bartholet’s days of educating any children – it’s unclear if she had any – are well over, as records state that she was married in the early sixties. But, like Herr Hitler himself, she certainly wants to make it verboten for everyone else, claiming that homeschooled children are generally ill-educated, badly socialized, and need the State’s benign hand.

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