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Legitimizing Infanticide in America

By Judie Brown In news that angered and disgusted countless people throughout the state and the country, Virginia’s controversial governor, Ralph Northam, discussed and defended the state’s proposed late-term abortion bill prior to its defeat. According to Salon: Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, a Democrat, expressed support for the bill and spoke about his belief that politicians […]

Planned Parenthood and Northam: Blackface v. Genocide

By Jim Sedlak Planned Parenthood is known for its demented values, but there were some happenings here in Virginia this week that just brought its core values into focus. Virginia delegate Kathy Tran made national news when she introduced a bill in the Virginia legislature that would have struck down all laws against abortion in the […]

Five Pro-Life Films for Families with Teens

The Culture of Life Studies Program continually looks for new ways to bring you the culture of life. While some popular media do not support a culture of life, it is important to recognize the films that do show the value of human life. As children grow older, we must teach them discernment when it […]

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“The Devil Is Smiling.” Where Are Our Shepherds?

Father Jerry Novotny, OMI, has written the most insightful perspective from a Catholic priest that I have seen on the subject of the New York abortion law. This article deserves to be read. The time has come to understand the truth and teach it, never backing away from it or apologizing for it. Every preborn […]

Beating Hearts for Life

By Brian L. Shoemaker Since Roe v. Wade decriminalized abortion in 1973, abortion has become widely accepted and technologically perfected (in that there are varying ways, including pills, to kill a preborn baby). To date, the number of reported abortions in the United States is over 60 million. Just this year, that number is loosely estimated to […]

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Nick and David: Victims of Clerical Malpractice

By Judie Brown This is a commentary devoted to malpractice—and not the medical kind. The similarities between the cases of Nick Sandmann and David Ruiz will not be lost to you if you stick with me for a few minutes. Sandmann and his classmates, you may recall, were vilified for events that took place as […]