In Trump’s Court Pick, Who Won?
Should the President have another chance, and should that chance come in the form of the retirement of an aged Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, President Trump should pull the trigger and nominate Amy Coney Barrett.
A Putative Right in Search of a Constitutional Justification: Understanding Planned Parenthood v. Casey’s Equality Rationale and How It Undermines Women’s Equality
The justices’ concerns about women’s equality are the key interpretative lens through which to understand the controversial reaffirmance of Roe v. Wade, but one which has been inadequately explored and critiqued on the part of those critical of Planned Parenthood v. Casey.
VIDEO: Erika Bachiochi on Finding Balance in Life
At the 2016 GIVEN Forum, EPPC Fellow Erika Bachiochi delivered remarks titled “Finding Balance in Life.” Click here or click below to watch Mrs. Bachiochi’s presentation:
Reflections on My Time in Rome as a Speaker at the Conference Commemorating Popularum Progressio
The Church must prioritize the health and strength of every marriage – for who else in the world right now knows how important each and every marriage is to the development of persons and of nations?
I’m a Feminist Against Abortion. Why Exclude Me from a March for Women?
An authentic women’s movement—one that properly extols human dignity, care, and non-violence—must be unabashedly pro-life.
Families, Schools, and Churches: The Building Blocks of a Healthy Social Ecology
To create a society in which human beings can flourish, we must support child-raising families, schools that intentionally cultivate the intellectual and moral virtues, and local church communities.
VIDEO: Discovering Sexual Equality in Our Shared Response to Human Dependency
Watch EPPC Visiting Fellow Erika Bachiochi’s lecture at the “Sexuality, Integrity, and the University” conference sponsored by the Love and Fidelity Network at Princeton University.
Safeguarding the Conditions for an Authentic Human Ecology
If we are to safeguard the moral conditions for an authentic human ecology we must take far more seriously the care, nurture, and cultivation of children and young people in virtue.
Modern thought has largely neglected dependency, instead touting individual autonomy and rational self-interest. If we are to recover the human person’s proper relationship with others, we must turn to thinkers who give dependency its due.
Is Hellerstedt this Generation’s Roe?
There is no question that the Supreme Court’s decision yesterday in Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt is a win for abortion clinics and their doctors. Whether the decision is a victory for women and for liberty, we ought not be so sure.