Watch Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse tomorrow, Wednesday, December 11 on EWTN News Nightly with Colleen Carroll Campbell at 6pm, 9pm, and 2am ET.
If you don’t have access to EWTN, you can also stream it live on EWTN.com. Simply go to the “Television” tab, and click on “Live TV – English.”
Here is a video of Dr. Morse giving a talk at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota on October 1, 2013. Watch and enjoy.
Loneliness and True Love: Healing the 21st Century Family
A talk by
Dr Jennifer Roback Morse
Founder and President,
the Ruth Institute
University of St Thomas
October 1, 2013
The Sexual Revolution promised equality, freedom and fun. I am here today to challenge this widespread belief. Let me put it bluntly. The generations before you, my generation, the Baby Boom Generation, to be specific, has left you a mess. Some of us created it directly. Others are indirectly complicit in standing idly by. Read more…
by Hayley Lindly
This article was originally published February 18, 2013, at iowastatedaily.com.
Jennifer Roback Morse, founder and president of the Ruth Institute, discussed the importance of traditional marriage and parenting on Feb. 18 in the Sun Room of the Memorial Union.
Morse started her support of traditional marriage and parenthood when she and her husband experienced trouble conceiving a child. Read more…
By Jennifer Roback Morse
This article was first published at Christianpost.com on August 28, 2013.
The blogosphere has been all abuzz with reactions to Catholic intellectual Joseph Bottum’s recent meandering piece on same sex marriage. The Sexual Revolutionaries consider Bottum’s support of redefining marriage a coup, while supporters of natural marriage are naturally disappointed. But I think this article provides important clues to the way the Sexual Revolution has proceeded and succeeded. And far from persuading me to change my views, Mr. Bottum has convinced me more than ever that natural marriage is the right side of history. Read more…
By Matthew T. Hall, Pauline Repard and Debbi Baker
SAN DIEGO — Hillcrest’s huge rainbow flag was a larger symbol than usual Wednesday afternoon as hundreds of people met there to march through the neighborhood and celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court’s invalidation of the federal Defense of Marriage Act and its de facto restoration of same-sex marriages in California. Read more…