Talk about Babies

Planned Parenthood’s Messy Presidential Transition

By Jim Sedlak From 2018 through 2020, Planned Parenthood went through a transition of leadership. Because of the size and the nature of the organization, the transition scenario was very public and filled with numerous twists and turns. The basic facts are clear. Cecile Richards stepped down as the organization’s president and CEO in May […]

Five Reasons Your Children Will Love ‘The Developing Baby’ Lesson from CLSP

By Susan Ciancio Every baby is a miracle! Young children are often fascinated at the wonder of pregnant mothers or tiny babies. To help foster that amazement, we recently created this four-day lesson for children in grades pre-K–2. The Developing Baby uses Regina Doman’s book Angel in the Waters to teach young children about the beauty of […]

Blind Leaders

By Judie Brown When Joe Biden commented on his meeting with Pope Francis and said: “We just talked about the fact that he was happy I was a good Catholic and keep receiving Communion,” I nearly lost my lunch! But then in a moment of grace, I recalled Christ’s words in Matthew: “What goes into […]

Pro-Life Basics: What is our response to those who have redefined abortion and contraception as “reproductive rights”?

Well, as is the case with most cultural excuses for sin, the term reproductive rights is a smokescreen. Too many people have decided that the right to reproduce entitles them to choose life or death at will. They then call this “right” a liberty—which to them means freedom to do as one pleases. But if […]

Pro-Life This Week – October 29, 2021

Week in Review – November 1—SCOTUS surprise     In a totally surprising move last Friday, the US Supreme Court scheduled oral arguments in two cases involving the Texas Heartbeat law. The court has “fast-tracked” two Texas cases involving the state’s regulation of abortion. In doing so, SCOTUS also refused to halt the Heartbeat law from being enforced—so the […]

Hello, Is That You?

By Judie Brown My dearest Preborn Baby, the headlines in Oregon this week tell a sad story about your moms and you. The Portland city council just approved changes in its bereavement policy that encourage public employees to take time off after their abortion. That means, Baby, that Mama can now pay to have someone […]