R.T. Neary column
R. T. Neary is director of ProLife Massachusetts. He is also a past president of the Massachusetts Citizens For Life.


Children are the real joy in sidewalk counseling
R.T. Neary
June 13, 2016

Sidewalk counseling could be likened in some ways to working on a production line. It is repetitive. However, real human beings are intrinsically involved, . . .


Commonwealth culture warriors in 2016
R.T. Neary
May 23, 2016

- a motley crew. Spring Commencement exercises are a major event of the education industry in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Happiness reigns supreme. . . .


Dr. Ben Carson – STAT, Dr. Ben Carson – STAT
R.T. Neary
March 10, 2016

The recent announcement of the suspension of the Carson For President campaign naturally greeted supporters with an array of emotions. They are full of . . .


Can Boston's axis of evil be wobbling?
R.T. Neary
January 12, 2016

"ISIS," "Fitness" and "Francis" were 3 single-word titles of books at the very front of the Current Readings shelf in a Boston-area Town Library on the eve . . .


Forgotten man in the presidential race - and not even under wraps
R.T. Neary
October 30, 2015

The Presidential sweepstakes has been dominated in 2015 by Hillary Clinton, the nation's yet-to-be-crowned first Empress. The challenge for the dominant . . .


Cardinal sins -- history repeats itself!
R.T. Neary
October 12, 2015

The silence from church pulpits regarding the harvesting and sale of baby parts in this country has a recent historical parallel. This inaction provides us with . . .


Candidates waiting in the wings
R.T. Neary
September 2, 2015

The country's First Family's annual late-summer vacation on Martha's Vineyard was consuming a great deal of the local media's interest. Yet, the serenity . . .


Post-mortem -- The loss of Irish pride
R.T. Neary
June 15, 2015

A century ago, when Irish immigrants left their homeland to board ships that transported them across the Atlantic to these shores, there was one strong . . .


After same-sex marriage -- a journey to the absurd
R.T. Neary
February 9, 2015

The U. S. Supreme Court has agreed to hold hearings in April, which are being conducted to resolve contrary decisions in several lower courts. The hearings are . . .


The Year 2014 in the Bay State -- A reflective look
R.T. Neary
January 5, 2015

New Year's Day 2014 brought a nor'easter to the New England eastern shore with blizzard snows and chilling cold. Sights of plows, blowers and shovels were very . . .


Spinning Boston's axis of evil
R.T. Neary
August 3, 2014

Below the headline on Page 1 of the June 27, 2014 Boston Globe, the day after the U.S. Supreme Court's announcement of their 9–0 vote upholding the . . .


HARVARD'S "black mass" -- A Black Eye
R.T. Neary
May 22, 2014

The omni-present Veritas motto on Harvard University's campus may never have been tainted more than by the scheduling of a Satanic "black mass" for May 12, 2014 . . .


McCullen vs. Coakley
R.T. Neary
February 9, 2014

Eleanor McCullen is a living saint. Her commitment to the sanctity of human life is responsible for over 100 children being able to breathe the same air we do . . .


PP -- one of Boston's educational institutions
R.T. Neary
November 16, 2013

Faith in God was the all-pervasive force in the lives of the early settlers of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The family was the clearly identifiable . . .


Sacramental secularism: de-parenting
R.T. Neary
October 23, 2013

Planned Parenthood is the perfect example of a living lie. The organization derives millions of dollars annually, not from planning parenthood, but by assisting . . .


Catholic Church in the Globe's crosshairs
R.T. Neary
October 8, 2013

Bernard Francis Law was a graduate of Harvard University. On the surface, that would seem to be a formula for success in the Boston area The implied rule, . . .


The Boston Globe -- powering the axis of evil
R.T. Neary
September 23, 2013

Boston had a vibrant culture in the early 1960s. Camelot was the ruling order from the city through Hyannisport to Washington, D. C. – and worldwide. . . .


Boston's axis of evil
R.T. Neary
September 19, 2013

On the flagship ARBELLA in his famous sermon, "A 'Modell' Of Christian Charity, "John Winthrop in the year 1630 drew wisdom from the Hebrew writings in . . .


Ireland -- is its death knell sounding?
R.T. Neary
May 29, 2013

Observing the sorrow of a grandchild after his cherished stuffed animal got an unintended ride to the local landfill soon led me to observe an event that . . .


Donald Trump's surprise
R.T. Neary
October 27, 2012

The billionaire business tycoon with the hair sweep sometimes resembling an exotic bird is titillating the public with a pre-election October surprise that has . . .


John Roberts' rules are made to order
R.T. Neary
July 7, 2012

One need not be a constitutional scholar to perceive the convoluted attempt at legal argumentation in Chief Justice John Robert's decision upholding Obamacare.  . . .


Obama birth certificate - an old-time fish story
R.T. Neary
April 29, 2012

The authenticity of the birth certificate of one Barack Hussein Obama II has developed into a divisive issue — with all sides of the argument being right. . . .


Please Mitt, at least a mea culpa
R.T. Neary
December 26, 2011

(Originally published Dec. 17, 2007) Dear Mitt: Many of us from Massachusetts will be headed down to Washington, D.C. this January to join over 100,00 . . .


Boston Globe's anti-Catholic bias on the rise
R.T. Neary
November 14, 2011

The Boston Globe's long-standing animus for the core mission of Roman Catholicism has become even more transparent. It is clearly evident in the spin the paper . . .


A pact with the devil
R.T. Neary
December 3, 2010

Bernard L. Madoff is a household name in banking circles. He's a Ponzi-style pyramid schemer who bilked investors out of billions. Now serving 150 years in a . . .


Catholic hospital system uses Nixon's dirty tricks
R.T. Neary
August 4, 2010

The Caritas Christi Health Care System, an entity within the Archdiocese of Boston, has not only stonewalled inquiries into a controversial sale, but is . . .


The Kagan charade
R.T. Neary
June 14, 2010

Elena Kagan certainly brings a great deal to the table during the upcoming Senate hearings, but she intends to keep her real persona totally under wraps.  . . .


Open letter to Elena Kagan
R.T. Neary
May 24, 2010

Ms Elena Kagan Office of the Solicitor General 950 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, D. C. 20530-0001 Dear Ms Kagan: As a citizen of this nation, I . . .


True concern for Senator Edward Moore Kennedy
R.T. Neary
June 9, 2008

An organization called the Catholic News Service (CNS) on May 22 released a piece entitled "Kennedy's colleagues in Congress praise his strong spirit," which . . .


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