Biden Proves Planned Parenthood Alliance with Becerra’s Appointment

The Love of St. Teresa of Calcutta

By Susan Ciancio This weekend, we will celebrate the feast day of a woman who spent her life caring for the poorest of the poor. Born Gonxha Agnes, she joined the Sisters of Loreto at the age of 18, where she took the name Sister Mary Teresa. Upon taking her final vows, she was called […]

A Manifestation of Wooden Men

By Judie Brown In an insightful lecture on G.K. Chesterton’s The Everlasting Man, Dale Ahlquist writes: If we study any civilization, we see that after progress, comes decay. Chesterton says men do not grow tired of evil, but of good. They become weary of joy. They stop worshipping God and start worshipping idols, their own […]

I Cannot Bring My Mother Back, But I’ll Use What I Learned to Advocate for Others

By Caroline L. On May 1, 2021, my mother, Margaret, passed away from massive internal hemorrhaging. Although she was 84 years old, her death was unexpected in the context of her medical history and overall health. I am left to come to terms with the fact that Mom is gone and to try making sense of […]

Pro-Life This Week – August 27, 2021

Week in Review – What a Week! Where Do We Start? As August rolls to an end, we hope many of you have taken the time to talk with your US senators and let them know the importance of keeping in the budget bills a prohibition on taxpayer funding of abortion. We clearly do not […]

Bishops, Tainted Vaccines, and the Blood of the Innocents

By Judie Brown My first reaction to the words in this title is to weep over the bodies of aborted babies because, as Bishop Athanasius Schneider writes: “The blood of murdered unborn children cries to God from vaccines and medicines which utilize their remains in any manner whatsoever.” Citing Revelations 2:23, which teaches: “I will see that […]

Behind the Planned Parenthood Numbers

By Jim Sedlak During the course of a year, Planned Parenthood Federation of America releases a great deal of numbers. Those that are of particular concern and are reported by many groups are its abortion numbers, its government income, its adoption referrals, and its prenatal services. While all these and similar categories of numbers are […]