Planned Parenthood Abandons Its Jewish Supporters

Pro-Life This Week – May 10, 2019

  Week in Review – Pennsylvania outrage; organ donations; PP sex ed; and Mothers’ Day The lead story this week was the state representative in Pennsylvania who filmed himself bullying a woman praying a Rosary outside Planned Parenthood in his district and then posted the video to social media. He followed that by posting another […]

The Catholic Priest as Lighthouse Keeper

By Judie Brown A lighthouse emits an ongoing signal to navigators. Most lighthouses have someone who maintains the facility. He is known as a lighthouse keeper. This image was mentioned by Archbishop Georg Ganswein, personal secretary to Pope Benedict XVI and prefect of the papal household, when he addressed four newly ordained priests. Ganswein’s perceptive […]

Brian Sims – Don’t Be Satan’s Pawn

        For Immediate Release Fredericksburg, VA (May 09, 2019) – American Life League president, Judie Brown, issued the following statement today regarding her event tomorrow for the conversion of Pennsylvania representative Brian Sims: I invite you all to join me this Friday (May 10) at 11 am EST to pray the rosary. […]

My Great-Grandma’s Story

By Claire Walk, grade 8 Many people are blessed with many good things in life. Many people are burdened with trials and sorrows. It is sometimes amazing to see people who have had struggles in their life turn their newfound problems into a gift. My great-grandma, Mary West Faircloth, was truly an amazing woman. When […]

Educate Like a Pro: How CLSP Enriches a Curriculum

By Laura Kizior As concerned parents and educators, you understand the need to give your children and students a quality education. The art of teaching is a delicate balance between academic subjects and real-life skills in order to give students a truly well-rounded education. Teaching and living the culture of life in your family or […]

Death: The Definitive Painkiller

By Judie Brown Palliative care was originally understood to be the practice of offering relief and comfort to a suffering or dying patient. But the popular version of this technique is something quite different. Ione Whitlock suggests that today “one is well-advised to be skeptical of a referral to palliative care.” Why? Because, in essence, […]

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