By Susan Ciancio “Whoever cares for the poor lends to the Lord, who will pay back the sum in full.” – Proverbs 19:17 This Sunday, September 27, is the feast day of St. Vincent de Paul. According to Catholic Online: “He infused a ‘Christian spirit among more than 20,000 persons in his last 23 years.’” […]
By Judie Brown Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died, but the legacy that she leaves behind will not die. She is described as a feminist icon whose uncompromising support for abortion rights, homosexual rights, and other leftist cultural goals made her a hero for many. In a dissenting opinion on the Box v. […]
If we can’t defend the right to life, how from what high ground can we claim justice for any other moral question?
By Susan Ciancio The subtitle of this book, “The surprising science of women, hormones, and the law of unintended consequences,” is a perfect description of what you will find inside. For years, I have been aware of the harmful effects—physical, psychological, and moral—of the birth control pill, so I was excited to read this book […]
Week in Review – Beware of a new film released on HBO MAX this week This week, with the release of the film, UNPREGNANT, on HBO MAX, the pro-abortion forces in the United States have become more brazen and more outspoken in their support of the killing of preborn children and the lifestyles that lead […]
By Judie Brown Today’s world is filled with counterfeit actions and words. Some of what we witness reminds us of these words from the Catechism of the Catholic Church: “It is precisely in the Passion, when the mercy of Christ is about to vanquish it, that sin most clearly manifests its violence and its many […]