Protests, Cowardice, and Babies

Devoutly Corrupt: Part Two

By Judie Brown In part one of this two-part series, we told you about some of the prominent elected Catholic officials who dabble in killing our fellow human beings. These incluce Congressional House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, President Joe Biden, New Mexico state senator Joseph Cervantes, Congressman Ted Lieu, and New York governor Andrew Cuomo. Each […]

More Than Words

By Fr. Jim Chern Along with courses in scripture, sacraments, church history, [and] morality, we had a couple of classes in seminary that tried to help us learn how to act in pastoral situations—encounters where, as a priest, we would be called to minister to families going through a multitude of different challenges. Over the […]

Build a Culture of Life Using St. Teresa’s Example

By Susan Ciancio In Matthew 25:34-36, Christ teaches: “The king will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father. Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a […]

Devoutly Corrupt: Part One

By Judie Brown Nancy Pelosi, a 2014 recipient of Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Award, insists that she is a devout Catholic. Her words mean nothing, of course, because her actions expose her devotion to killing babies. As Pelosi says, she would never presume to “make decisions” for other women. Not only that but Pelosi opines […]

The Religion of Planned Parenthood

Part II of a two-part series. Read Part I here. By Jim Sedlak STOPP frequently refers to the “humanist” philosophies of Planned Parenthood. What are those philosophies? There are many who maintain that much of what Planned Parenthood does is irrational. It simply makes no sense unless you understand its underlying attitudes. The guiding philosophies […]

Pro-Life This Week – July 23, 2021

Week in Review – The Supreme Court Dobbs case is getting attention This week, there seems to be growing excitement within the pro-life community concerning the abortion-related case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization (Dobbs). Much of that enthusiasm has been generated by a brief filed this week by Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch. In his brief, Fitch argues that […]