Our Lady of Guadalupe: Patroness of Preborn Children

Barbarism or Civility? America Must Choose

By Judie Brown The violence of the past two weeks has absorbed the nation and left some numb, others angry, others devastated, and still others with a penchant to capitalize over the bodies of the dead. This capitalizing over dead bodies is called politics, and that is nothing new. As awful as these bloodbaths are, […]

Suffering and Dignity

By Mary-Clare Franco, grade 8 “Then he said to all, ‘If anyone wishes to come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me’” (Luke 9:23). This statement asks us to accept the crosses that God allows us to have. Suffering is a part of life, yet the world […]

Pro-Life This Week – August 9, 2019

Week in Review – Parents who gave their lives for their child at the mall The state of Michigan has approved ballot language for two citizen petitions, one which would ban most abortions at six weeks of pregnancy and the second would outlaw the dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortion procedure. According to Michigan law, if […]

Mass Shootings Are Our Fault. Own It!

By Hugh Brown, with an intro by Judie Brown These past several days have served up the ugly underbelly of many of this nation’s people for all to see. Instead of weeping with the families of victims, praying for the heroes who stood in harm’s way to stop villains, and praying for everyone involved, our […]

Who Is Alexis McGill Johnson?

By Jim Sedlak Alexis McGill Johnson is the new acting president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Federation of America and the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. Johnson is a Planned Parenthood insider. She served on the board of the Action Fund beginning in 2011 and was board chair of the Federation from 2013 to 2015. Unlike […]

What St. Anne Teaches Us about Faith

Think about the purity, holiness, and magnificence of the Blessed Virgin Mary. She was the only human being ever to be sinless and constantly in a state of grace. Because Mary was such a beautiful symbol of grace, her mother, St. Anne, must have also been a devout woman of God. Though Anne’s name is […]