Babies Left Behind Once Again in US Budget Deal

Pro-Life This Week – March 15, 2019

  Week in Review – Major Win for Life in Ohio; Beauty Brands Fund PP On March 12, 2019, a federal appeals court in Cincinnati, Ohio, upheld a law that could block public funding for Planned Parenthood. The majority of the 6thCircuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the law as part of a legal […]

Cackles, Robots, and Death

By Judie Brown The scenes played out in nursing homes and hospitals these days are enough to make one physically ill. Between diagnoses by television screen and death by neglect, one is left wondering where the ethics of medicine has gone. It really is quite similar to watching the wicked old witch of Snow White […]

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Planned Parenthood’s Semantic Gymnastics

By Jim Sedlak How do you sell the American public on supporting the killing of preborn babies in the womb? The answer is you don’t call it killing. You don’t even admit that what you are doing is ending a human being’s life. In any discussion, you quickly define a euphemism for abortion and then […]

Building a Culture of Life School Curriculum

Building a Culture of Life School Curriculum: Interview with Educator Rosemary Circo

As the Culture of Life Program coordinator for Saint Bruno Catholic School in Whittier, CA, Mrs. Rosemary Circo works with her school to include pro-life education, facing the challenges and successes that come with building a culture of life.

Pro-Aborts Hysterical in Alabama

By Judie Brown Alabaman Ryan Magers and his attorneys have done something groundbreaking in defense of babies killed by abortion. Magers is the father of a preborn child whose mother killed him—despite Magers’ vehement objections—by a medication abortion in 2017. The preborn child was in his sixth week of gestational development. Last week, “Madison County […]

Love That Overcomes

By Mark Davis Pickup I wrote a film script I called Journey Toward Love. It chronicles the odyssey of love that my wife, LaRee, and I have experienced covering half a century in our journey toward the radical love of God. It is a radical love because it involves faith and surrender, and love of neighbor, even if […]

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