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10 Pro-Life Resolutions That Will Help You and Your Family Create a Culture of Life This Year

By Susan Ciancio As we ring out the old and bring in the new, it feels like we have the opportunity for a fresh start. And it seems only natural to want to make some changes. That’s why many people make resolutions at the beginning of a new year. Unfortunately, most of these resolutions are […]

Love Heals Man’s Murderous Hatred

This article originally appeared on September 18, 2020, but it bears repeating as we near the end of 2020. 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 […]

May Our Quivers Be Full

By Tanya Janoski Certainly sons are a gift from the Lord, the fruit of the womb, a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the sons born in one’s youth. Blessed is the man who has filled his quiver with them. He will never be shamed for he will destroy his foes […]

10 Ways to Keep Christ in Your Christmas

By Susan Ciancio Christmas is nearly here! And though it may look different this year, no one can cancel the true meaning of Christmas. Indeed, you cannot have Christmas without Christ. Christmas morning often becomes a flurry of activity, with excited kids opening gifts, extended family visiting, lots of cooking, and of course, Mass. It […]

Regarding the Use of Vaccines Developed Using Cells from Aborted Human Persons

On 21 December 2020, Reuters reported on a document issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith announcing that the Vatican had signed off on the use of vaccines “even if their production employed cell lines drawn from tissues of aborted fetuses.”[1] Though the CDF document stresses that it strongly desires the use […]

My Christmas Miracle

By Judie Brown This is my last commentary for 2020. It was truly a year of turmoil, unknown threats, and of course a virus and lockdowns. Clearly, we have had our share of negative news. So rather than write about another problem, I have chosen to write about my grandmother. Bertha Tekla Baldi was quite […]