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Heroic Suffering

By Connor Stevens, grade 9 In this day and age, modern humanity has turned suffering, pain, and inconvenience into the worst evils one can face. People complain when their orders at fast-food restaurants take too long, rudely grumble when personal plans are altered, and throw fits whenever they don’t get exactly what they want. However, this […]

America’s Human Junk

By Judie Brown Americans are becoming increasingly callous to the dignity of the human being. In fact, it is no understatement to suggest that far too many folks view the vulnerable as trash even though we all should know that God does not make junk. As most folks walk on by, ignoring their distressed fellow […]

Pro-Life This Week – November 15, 2019

Week in Review – Trial update; Dayton abortions; Title X; and PP apps The civil jury trial, in San Francisco, of the founders of the Center for Medical Progress and its undercover journalists who documented Planned Parenthood’s baby body parts business went to the jury yesterday. This is a complicated case as there are five […]

Why Say a Pro-Life Rosary?

By Susan Ciancio In 1937, Pope Pius XI wrote that the Rosary is “a powerful weapon to put the demons to flight, to preserve the integrity of life, to acquire virtue more easily, and . . . to attain real peace among men.” [Though] October is . . . the month of the Rosary . . . […]

Abortion Devotion

By Judie Brown In the current world of abortion devotion, fake news is thriving, but what is also on the increase are sad truths about certain pro-life organizations. For example, while the Washington Post is hesitant to focus on a good news story from the pro-life movement, it was quick to tell its readers that […]

Lives Taken Too Early

By Zac Niebrugge, grade 8 Even when a life is taken too early, in God’s will, it can bring a promising joy. When lives are taken too early, against God’s will, it can only bring sorrow. This is the story of a life that was taken too early, but according to God’s will. This story is […]