Moritz Scholtysik is a consulting professional from Germany. He studied history, history of arts, and philosophy at Goethe University Frankfurt and has been volunteering for a Catholic youth organization since his school days. Driven by his faith, he advocated for a society, which is based upon natural law, and values and protects life, marriage, and family.
Besides writing he is mostly occupied with communications, coffee, and Catholic social teaching.
Everyone’s talking about “The Great Reset”: The World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos is pursuing plans to reshape the world in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis. These ideas are
Why is the Catholic Church involved in politics at all? What does the Church as a religious institution have to do with politics? Shouldn’t it rather take care of its
Since January 2021 France has been shaken by a huge sexual abuse scandal. The scandal was triggered by the publication of the book La familia grande by lawyer Camille Kouchner.
Only one day after the inauguration, 95 Christian leaders appealed to the new U.S. President Joe Biden to lift economic sanctions against Syria:
In December 2020, both chambers of the Federal Assembly of Switzerland voted for the legalization of “same-sex marriage”, adoption of same-sex couples, and sperm donation for married lesbian couples. However,
The increase of prenatal screening in Europe has reduced the number of babies being born per year with Down syndrome by an average of 54%, according to a study published
Assisted suicide will be allowed in Austria. On December 11 the Constitutional Court in Vienna ruled that the current legal ban on assisting suicide violated the right to self-determination. It
Is the European Commission striking a heavy attack against marriage and family? On November 12, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen presented the first “strategy on LGBTIQ equality in the
The mainstream media is outraged: Hungary wants to protect marriage and family through the constitution. For years Hungary has been pursuing a constructive family policy that could serve as a
The Pro Life movements in Germany and Austria are growing. Besides the popular Marches For Life in Berlin and Vienna there are vibrant youth organizations, which organize Pro Life rallies,