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2nd Massachusetts City Legalizes Polyamory

Same sex ‘marriage’ OK; Polyamorous ‘marriage’ OK; what’s next, Uniamory? I hear Looneyville, Massachusetts is considering it. CNA: Cambridge, Massachusetts has redefined domestic partnerships to give relationships involving more than two people the same rights as a married couple. Home … Continue reading

Putin’s Mental Health Is Worsening

AsiaNews, Vladimir Rozanskij: There are increasingly reports of the worsening neurological conditions of Russian President Vladimir Putin, wrote the Khartia77 website yesterday. The reports came just one day after a message was released from his main opponent, Alexei Naval’nyj, who declared himself “amazed … Continue reading

God Loves Wine

Catholic Exchange, Mark Haas: I grew up in a house full of wine. As a cradle-Catholic, it was commonplace for wine to be served to adults on various occasions. Wine may have been served during a party or gathering. In … Continue reading

Saints of Iraq

National Catholic Register, Edward Pentin: As one of the oldest continuous Christian communities in the world, the Christians of Iraq — whom Pope Francis will visit March 5-8 — have not only given the world a culturally rich ecclesiastical heritage, … Continue reading