Archive for November, 2011

Lieberman and DOMA

Rhetoric aside, Sen. Lieberman has been no friend of social conservatives. Whether he was upholding the legality of partial-birth abortion or forcing the military to approve of homosexual activity, Connecticut’s retiring U.S. Senator has consistently opposed traditional values. But he has the opportunity to make one parting gesture for the pro-family cause. Sen. Lieberman is […]

We don’t know. We do know that Kevin Rennie, the Hartford Courant columnist, reports this in his latest piece: LHP Hospital Group of Texas is expected to purchase St. Mary’s and Waterbury hospitals and build a new for-profit medical center in the city…┬áThe flexibility of Roman Catholic doctrine allowed the new institution to avoid the […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

We here at the Family Institute of Connecticut are grateful for the many blessings bestowed upon us by almighty God this past year. We are grateful to you, our members, for your financial support, which allows us to exist. We are grateful to you for answering the call to battle when faith and family are […]

William Lori, Bridgeport’s Roman Catholic Bishop and the Supreme Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus, has been one of Connecticut’s most important pro-family leaders for a decade. The same determined will that we have grown to love and admire here at FIC is on full display in his recent testimony to Congress on behalf of […]