Opinion pieces that invite open dialogue, with consideration for the past and hope for the future. 

We are adding voices to our community who have seen limitations (whether self-imposed, environmentally inflicted, or executed by society) and want to share their path to growing beyond those restrictions. The evolution of success is found in seeing where one wants to go and then recognizing one’s ability to build unique pathways to get there. We see those builders as the future, making choices with clarity of mind, sharing their losses, and embracing their successes so that others can see- “It is Possible!”

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The Incoherence of the Catholic Pro-life Position

An iPub Editorial

By Ann Marie B. Bahr
The Catholic intellectual tradition contains some of the finest systematic philosophical reflections in the world, but I cannot make sense of its pro-life argument. I examine it here not out of animus toward the Catholic Church but because its internally contradictory claims are also found in debates in the broader society about abortion, animal rights, and the rights of persons in law and medical ethics.


Starting in 2000, NaNoWriMo was moved to November to take advantage of the bad weather, which makes it easier to stay inside and write. The event has grown a lot since its inception, and according to their website, in 2021, there were 427,653 writers who participated in NaNoWriMo and their other programs (which now include Camp NaNoWriMo as well as a Young Writers Program).

Rabbi James Rudin to Become a Papal Knight

It is a rare occurrence for an American rabbi to be honored with the Papal Knighthood of St. Gregory the Great. On Sunday, November 20th, Rabbi Rudin will join those respected ranks.

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