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Abortion Is Domestic Violence

By Judie Brown Merriam Webster defines domestic violence as “violent or abusive behavior directed by one family or household member against another.” It is crystal clear that the words violent and abusive apply in many situations, including acts against the preborn child who, as a member of the human family, is a victim when her […]

Pro-Life This Week – September 10, 2021

Week in Review – The Political reaction to the Texas abortion law The Texas abortion regulation law (which we covered in detail last week) is still a hot topic across the country—especially among political leaders. Today we will note some of the fallout over the last 10 days. Most abortion facilities in Texas have stopped […]

More Unrest within Planned Parenthood

By Jim Sedlak Over the last 15 months, there has been much upheaval within Planned Parenthood. It began to publicly come to light when the president of Planned Parenthood Federation issued a statement admitting that Planned Parenthood’s founder was a racist and that racism still permeates the organization. This was followed in the next few […]

Celebrate the Nativity of Mary Today

By Susan Ciancio Today we celebrate the Nativity of Mary—the day that Mary was born without original sin. What an immense blessing! Mary’s fiat—her “yes” to becoming the mother of Christ—ensured that the gates of heaven would be open for us so that we have the opportunity to spend eternity with God. When we think […]

Deep in the Heart of Texas

By Judie Brown In the 1941 classic “Deep in the Heart of Texas,” the lyrics say in part: “The coyotes wail along the trail, deep in the heart of Texas.” These words seem quite appropriate given the new abortion law in the state. This past May Governor Abbott signed the flawed law known as the […]

Pro-Life This Week – September 3, 2021

Week in Review – Let’s talk about Texas!  The biggest news in the pro-life world this week was the implementation of a new law in Texas regulating abortion in the state. The law, which is commonly referred to as Senate Bill 8 (the number of the bill that was passed by the legislature and signed […]