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By: Lisa Norton (Family Honor Editor’s Note: This blog is part 2 of a 2-part commentary on the recent refusal of a Victoria’s Secret employee to allow a customer to breastfeed her infant child in a dressing room at one … Continue reading

By: Michael Gagnon (Family Honor Editor’s Note: This blog is a response to a recent news story involving a Victoria’s Secret employee who refused to allow a woman to breastfeed her infant child in a dressing room at their store.  … Continue reading

By: Ryan Anderson Originally posted on January 15th, 2014 (Family Honor Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in “Public Discourse: Ethics, Law, and the Common Good”, the online journal of the Witherspoon Institute of Princeton, NJ.  It is being re-posted … Continue reading

(Family Honor Editor’s Note: This article is being re-posted with permission from the author, Dr. Gregory Popcak.  It originally appeared on the Catholic Exchange website.  You can read that original posting here.) By: Dr. Gregory Popcak on January 7, 2014 … Continue reading

By: Vincent Weaver In recent days, there has been quite an uproar over the patriarch of Duck Dynasty, Phil Robertson, commenting on homosexual acts in an interview with GQ magazine.  For those comments, he has been indefinitely suspended from the … Continue reading

(Family Honor Editor’s Note: This is the eighth installment in a series on how parents might consider addressing various challenging scenarios with their kids.  In addressing situations like the one presented below, the important thing is to respond in an … Continue reading

(Family Honor Editor’s Note: This is the seventh installment in a series on how parents might consider addressing various challenging scenarios with their kids.  In addressing situations like the one presented below, the important thing is to respond in an … Continue reading

(Family Honor Editor’s Note: This is the sixth installment in a series on how parents might consider addressing various challenging scenarios with their kids.  In fielding situations like the one presented below, the important thing is to respond in an … Continue reading

(Family Honor Editor’s Note: This article is being re-posted here with permission.  The original article can be accessed by clicking here which will bring you to the original source: www.foryourmarriage.org – a initiative sponsored by the USCCB.  The author of … Continue reading

(Family Honor Editor’s Note: This is the fifth installment in a series on how parents might consider addressing various challenging questions and topics with their kids.  In addressing situations like the one presented below, the important thing is to respond … Continue reading

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