Saturday, June 07, 2008

Update on Rosalind Moss in St Louis

Rosalind Moss is getting ready to move permanently to St Louis. An email address is also provided in this article. Archbishop Burke is really behind her, as shown by the help he gave even in finding a place for their new Convent.

God bless!
TV evangelist looks to her new calling in St. Louis
For nearly a decade, Rosalind Moss has been a familiar face with Catholic households as a personality on EWTN and "Catholic Answers Live."

ADDENDUM June 2008:

To contact Rosalind Moss:
Daughters of Mary, Mother of Israel’s Hope

4950 Heege Road
St. Louis MO 63123

Or e-mail Moss at

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Thursday, June 05, 2008

Fight for Life Reminiscent of Schiavo

I intended to forward this yesterday, but didn't send it. Please pray for this family!!

God bless!

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: The Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation
Date: Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 9:38 AM

June 4, 2008

Fight for Life Reminiscent of Schiavo

A Florida woman put on a feeding tube after she had a stroke is at the center of a court case similar to the dispute over whether Terri Schiavo should be kept alive.

Karen Weber's husband wants to have her feeding tube removed and have her transferred to a hospital ward, where she would likely die.

He claims that his 57-year-old wife is in a vegetative state, but Weber's family is fighting to keep her alive, arguing she's alert and responsive.


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Tuesday, June 03, 2008

5 Myths about No-Fault Divorce by Stephen Baskerville

Just read this article, and Stephen has done another good job. Some of the comments are also worth reading.

God bless!

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Stephen Baskerville <>
Date: Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 8:26 AM

My article, "Five Myths about No-Fault Divorce" is published today on InsideCatholic, an influential and popular online magazine that is the successor of the print magazine Crisis  This is important mainstream attention for our issues.
The feminists are already assaulting it.  Their argument (like that for child abuse) is basically that we cannot prove "abuse" and in fact have no evidence of any abuse, but we know it is happening and that men are guilty.  So fathers must be separated from their children.  The logic of course undermines the very concept of due process, rules of evidence, and the presumption of innocence.  It is hardly surprising that it is creating a police state.
I have also been on the radio quite a lot recently, though I have not been publicizing it.  To hear an interview on the libertarian show Liberty Roundtable, go to, and scroll down to the May 19 show.
Taken Into Custody is now up to 46 reviews on Amazon -- all 5 stars.  Thanks to those (like Tim Brown, Louis Langholtz and others) who have been publicizing the book and helping me to arrange radio interviews.

For more than 80 articles and studies in mainstream publications on the abuses of the divorce industry, see