Incentives to Kill

Bishops Dabble in Death

By Judie Brown As we have noted elsewhere, the COVID-19 pandemic has created hysteria, panic, and opportunities for what was once considered evil to be passed off as good, all under the guise of doing what is best for the majority of our human family members. Perhaps it is the combination of all these factors […]

Planned Parenthood Issues Demands for First 90 Days

By Jim Sedlak Last September, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, along with about 90 like-minded groups, issued First Priorities: Executive and Agency Actions Blueprint for Sexual and Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice. As Joe Biden moves forward with his plans in case he is officially named as the nation’s 46th president, Planned Parenthood is now […]

Nine Reasons to Read ‘An Angel’s Story’ Before Christmas

By Susan Ciancio “What manner of love is this?” Michael the archangel asked. Advent is a time of preparation, reflection, anticipation, and joy. And nowhere is there greater joy than in the coming of Christ. Christian author Max Lucado understands this. His fictional book An Angel’s Story tells of the coming of Christ through the […]

COVID Vaccines: To Inject or Not Inject

By Judie Brown Americans are concerned. The questions keep coming about the vaccines being developed to protect folks from COVID-19. Many have asked us what they should do. To be injected or not: That is the question. Far be it from us to tell anyone what they should decide with regard to COVID vaccines, but […]

One Mother, One Baby, One Family at a Time

By Marion Amberg On March 18, 2020, Fr. Joseph Christensen, three pregnant residents, and the staff of Saint Gianna’s Maternity Home in Warsaw, North Dakota, walked the grounds in Eucharistic Procession and prayed for protection from the rapidly spreading novel coronavirus. They then entered the old convent school and locked the door. Their sheltering in […]

Pro-Life This Week – December 11, 2020

Week in Review – Biden administration taking shape as election results challenged. Bad news for babies.  First, some good news. On Wednesday, the Ohio Senate sent to Gov. Mike DeWine Senate Bill 27 that would require the burial or cremation of fetal remains from surgical abortions. The legislation, which carries a first-degree misdemeanor penalty, requires […]