A Bad Day for Planned Parenthood

Where Is the Moral Outcry?

Thank God for Students for Life and their petition to the U.S. Supreme Court to “redress and correct the grave injustice and the crime against humanity” perpetrated by Roe v. Wade, Doe v. Bolton, and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. If every church got behind this petition, we would have no problem getting many times the 250,000 people who […]

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Five Picture Books about Down Syndrome

Picture books can be powerful teaching tools to help your children and students understand that every person’s life has meaning and value.

Waking Up to What?

By Susan Ciancio Nothing says breakfast like a not-so-subtle dose of sexuality. Kellogg’s has recently announced that it has partnered with GLAAD—the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation—and has created a new All Together cereal to promote inclusiveness. According to Kellogg’s: We all belong together. So for the first time in history, our famous mascots […]

John Paul II

Destroying Others or Standing with Them

By Judie Brown In 1995, Pope John Paul II urged us to work for the day when we could “offer this world of ours new signs of hope, and work to ensure that justice and solidarity will increase and that a new culture of human life will be affirmed, for the building of an authentic […]

Is Remarrying after Divorce a Sin?

The Beauty of Catholic Marriage Is remarrying after divorce a sin? To answer this question from a Catholic viewpoint, we must first understand what marriage is. The Catechism of the Catholic Church defines marriage as “the matrimonial covenant, by which a man and a woman establish between themselves a partnership of the whole of life . . . ordered […]

Mary, Charlie, and the Babies

By Judie Brown Professor Charles Rice (Charlie) and his lovely wife Mary were devoted to each other, to their family, and to the babies. John Dejak, who studied under Charlie at the University of Notre Dame, wrote, “Never without the Rosary in his pocket, he was a true son of Our Lady. He defended her as […]