Pro-Life This Week – December 7, 2018

FIGHT PLANNED PARENTHOOD You can help save a life today! Make a difference and give light to the darkness. DONATE   Week in Review – Planned Parenthood finds new clinic space in Wilkes-Barre Planned Parenthood Keystone is celebrating this week, as it was able to find a “Catholic” businessman in Wilkes-Barre (PA) who will rent them […]


Pray for Our Catholic Bishops

By Judie Brown Catholic News Service reports that “the U.S. bishops will start 2019 with a spiritual retreat to pray and reflect on the important matters facing the Catholic Church.” This retreat, scheduled for January 2-8, comes as a response to Pope Francis’ request that the bishops focus on the widening sex abuse scandal in […]

STOPP Publishes 2018 PP CEO Report

By Jim Sedlak In November, STOPP issued its most recent review of the compensation paid to the top executive of each of the 56 affiliates of Planned Parenthood, along with its executive staff in New York City. In June 2017, Planned Parenthood Federation of America consisted of its headquarters operation and 56 individual corporations scattered […]

Pro-Life Education Starts at Home

This current youth generation is the most pro-life any generation has been since Roe v. Wade, but we can’t expect them to build a culture of life unless we show them how.


Catholics and Abortion

By Judie Brown It should come as no surprise that the media will always go out of its way to find a pro-abortion Catholic to comment on Catholic moral teaching, including the encyclical Humanae Vitae. And perhaps this is because, according to some surveys, Catholic women are just as likely to abort a baby as […]

My Beautiful Daughter, Rachel: 10 Strategies for Raising a Child with Special Needs

By Julie Sunne Baby books never addressed it. Prenatal instructors never mentioned it. Other mommy friends never spoke of it.  They discussed formulas, colic, pediatricians, first haircuts, gender, size, temperament, even discipline measures. But nowhere in my preparation to be a parent, or in the four years after my first two sons’ births, did I […]