Contraceptive Dictatorship

Anniversaries, Deaths, and Terror

By Judie Brown This past week has been a literal whirlwind of emotions, historic events, and sad realities. On Tuesday, we learned that our dear friend Joe Scheidler had died at the age of 93, having crammed at least five lifetimes of pro-life action and love into his life. There are so many things we […]

Pro-Life This Week – January 22, 2021

Week in Review – A bad week for the babies Today is January 22, 2021. It is the 48th anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions of the United States Supreme Court that unleashed abortion-on- demand across the nation. Over 60 million preborn children have been murdered by surgical and medical abortions since those decisions. […]

Be a Witness for Christ in Coming Days, Even If It Hurts

By Mark Davis Pickup The future threatens to be difficult for Christians. Governments are apt to pass laws and implement policies that directly offend Christian consciences, not only in America but internationally, as we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Civil disobedience may be required. Christians can expect to be pressed to the wall to accept immorality or […]

An Open Letter to Joseph Biden: Redefining Catholicism  

For Immediate Release Brown: “Joe Biden has had 48 years to combat the greatest evil in the history of mankind, yet he has done nothing but empower and support death.”  WASHINGTON, D.C. (20 January 2021) – American Life League vice president Hugh Brown issued the following open letter today on the day of Joe Biden’s […]

St. Marianne Cope: Serving Others with Compassion

By Susan Ciancio This weekend, we will celebrate the feast day of St. Marianne Cope. St. Marianne was born in 1838 in Germany, but moved to New York when she was a toddler. She felt called to serve Christ and the Church, but had to help support her family when her father became ill. So […]

Who Started the Violence?

By Judie Brown The January 6 events in our nation’s capital have provoked comments from nearly everyone, including those who claim that “pro-life terrorism” fueled the riots. As ridiculous as that may sound, we cannot overlook the fact that even Jesuit Fr. James Martin agreed, saying that priests and bishops should apologize for their use […]