No Social Distancing for Abortion Mills: ACOG Calls for Abortion Access Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

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 […]

Pro-Life This Week – September 24, 2021

Week in Review – SCOTUS/Dobbs and CONGRESS/Women’s Health Protection Act  It seems the hottest topic in the country right now is the Supreme Court consideration of the Dobbs case. Both the pro-life and the pro-abortion warriors are giving this great attention. The United States Supreme Court has now set the date of December 1, 2021, for when it […]

If Preborn Babies Had Voices

By Judie Brown Recently, an attorney named Thomas Glessner—founder of the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates—wrote regarding the upcoming Supreme Court case on abortion. He stated: “The court need not reverse Roe outright to uphold the law. It could modify Roe to allow states to pass pre-viability bans. If it does this, the heart of Roe will be cut […]

Planned Parenthood Abortion-by-Mail

By Jim Sedlak As the pro-life and pro-abortion movements are focused on the Texas law and the upcoming Dobbs Supreme Court case (scheduled for oral arguments on December 1, 2021), Planned Parenthood is wasting no time in rolling out abortion-by-mail across the country. First to announce that it would provide abortion pills through the mail […]

Over 400 Years and Counting!

By Susan Ciancio “Whoever cares for the poor lends to the Lord, who will pay back the sum in full.” – Proverbs 19:17 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.’” Talk about building […]

Friday Was Death Day

By Judie Brown Late last Thursday night, September 16, my husband Paul was taken by ambulance to our local hospital. After hours in the emergency room, he was admitted Friday morning at 5:30 am with overwhelming pain in his neck and across the top of his back. Paul has a history of breathing problems, spinal […]