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Family Life in an Orthodox Rhythm

April 2, 2012 by  
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by Valerie G. Zahirsky Those colorful pages of store ads that come tucked into the Sunday newspaper tell us something about our culture. They tell us that every day has become the same as every other day. Here is the ad for chocolates wrapped in red and decorated with hearts on sale for Valentine’s Day. Identical chocolates but in a different shape and wrapped in red and green were on sale for Christmas. And a month from now, no matter how long it  [Read more...]

Let’s Have More Teen Pregnancy!

February 17, 2011 by  
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by Frederica Matthewes-Green Don’t be fooled by the title of this excellent article! True Love Waits. Wait Training. Worth Waiting For. The slogans of teen abstinence programs reveal a basic fact of human nature: teens, sex, and waiting aren’t a natural combination. Over the last fifty years the wait has gotten longer. In 1950, the average first-time bride was just over 20; in 1998 she was five years older, and her husband was pushing 27. If that June groom had launched into puberty  [Read more...]