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Everlynn Hope

By Gideon Zielinski Everlynn arrived in silence, limp, like a worn fabric doll. The doctor tossed her upon her mother’s chest. Her fingers and toes were blue and still. Her muscles loose. She didn’t cry. She didn’t breathe. One. Two. Three seconds. A kiss on her cool forehead. The nurses whisked her away and into […]

Pro-Life This Week – October 1, 2021

Week in Review – Women’s Health Protection Act passes House because of Catholics  We told you last week that “Catholic” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was pushing to have the most dangerous pro-abortion bill in history voted on in the House. The so-called “Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021” (H.R. 3755) would write the right to […]

Hating God

By Judie Brown Today’s culture is filled to the brim with the idea that one can claim to be Catholic and at the same time worship one’s personal opinion to the exclusion of God and His word. While such people may claim to be Catholic, their worldview resembles the ancient heresy of Gnosticism rather than […]

31 Unique Ways to Celebrate Life This October!

By Susan Ciancio October is almost upon us! Crisp air, comfy sweaters, beautiful leaves, and apple picking are just a few of the things people enjoy this month. But did you know that October is Respect Life Month? Not only that, but it’s Down Syndrome Awareness Month and Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month as […]

Grandma Death

By Judie Brown She has five children and nine grandchildren, but her real devotion is to the practice of killing babies before they are born. Who is this woman? Her name is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and her game is murder. Oh, we know that many folks are turned off when we say that direct […]

Certification in Compassion

By Charlene Rack Occasionally, in my role as a caregiver for the elderly, I would do emergency fill-in shifts for people who called in sick. During one particular week, I met two “one-visit” clients who had amazing lessons to teach me. One of them was bedridden and seemed as beautiful and unique—and as frail—as a […]