National Review Institute is co-sponsoring a screening and discussion of an beautiful adoption documentary, I Lived on Parker Avenue, at the Sheen Center in New York on evening of Monday, November 4, to welcome in the start of National Adoption Month. Details here.
1. The Ninth Circuit just ruled against the Little Sisters of the Poor. Back to the Supreme Court? This is just about the most ridiculous battles of recent years, that the government ever made them have to fight for their religious liberty — and they are still fighting.
7. From our friend (NR alumna) Jillian Kay Melchior: Hong Kong’s Spiritual Battle
— The Philos Project (@philosproject) October 22, 2019
Hey everybody I actually liked a Bernie Sanders tweet https://t.co/wakcumA3g8
— John J. Miller (@heymiller) October 22, 2019
Me, too, John. Me, too.
12. “The People Who Helped Me the Most Were the Librarians” — Rep. Elijah Cummings
Are you addicted to your phone?
In this episode of “The Word on Fire Show,” I reflect on this problem (including on my own smartphone use), offering guidance from some of the greatest saints and spiritual masters in the Catholic tradition. https://t.co/oQht7vU82y
— Bishop Robert Barron (@BishopBarron) October 21, 2019