Suffering Helps Build a Culture of Life

In Gratitude for Joe Biden

By Fr. Jerry Pokorsky Sacraments, according to the Baltimore Catechism, are outward signs instituted by Christ to give grace. The Sacraments define and direct our lives. Our choices form us. When we choose to live a sacramental life, in a sense we become sacraments reflecting the Lord. But the contrary is also true. In the […]

Planned Parenthood’s New Numbers Are Very Revealing

By Jim Sedlak On Friday, February 19, Planned Parenthood Federation of America released its 2019-2020 Annual Report. The report covers its finances from July 1, 2019, to June 30, 2020, as well as its service numbers from October 1, 2018, to September 30, 2019. The important thing to remember is that all of its service […]

Stop the Equality Act

By Judie Brown The first words of the Equality Act, recently passed by the US House of Representatives, tell of its purpose: “To prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation, and for other purposes.” What could possibly go wrong with a bill supported by people like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi […]

Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers: Caring for Mothers and Their Preborn Babies

By Samantha Kamman As human beings, we do not acquire moral significance; that moral significance is inherent within us. Furthermore, our location and immature development cannot deprive us of the protection all human beings deserve as children of God. Once you understand this, the reason for the pro-life movement’s long-standing history of hard labor and […]

Pro-Life This Week – February 26, 2021

Week in Review – Planned Parenthood’s annual report and Senate confirmation hearings The pro-life world this week reacted to the Planned Parenthood Federation of America releasing its 2019-2020 annual report last weekend. American Life League will be posting detailed comments on our website next Wednesday, March 3. We have also posted the financial and service numbers […]

St. Athanasius and the Wayward Catholic

By Judie Brown What does a theologian and bishop from the third century have to do with the current state of the Catholic Church in the United States? A great deal. Here’s why. Athanasius was one of the strongest and most articulate opponents of the Arian heresy. This heresy denied the divinity of Jesus Christ. Arianism was a political as […]