By Jim Sedlak The pro-life movement in the United States zeroes in on the Roe v. Wade decision of the Supreme Court. That decision decriminalized abortion in the United States, and its companion case, Doe v. Bolton, defined health so broadly that, since January 22, 1973, abortion-on-demand throughout pregnancy has been allowed. While it is […]
No one likes pain. It’s unpleasant, uncomfortable, and oftentimes inconvenient.
By Judie Brown In the secular world, freedom is defined by Webster as “the quality or state of being free: such as a: the absence of necessity, coercion, or constraint in choice or action” and “b: liberation from slavery or restraint or from the power of another.” But for Catholics, freedom means something more. According to the Catechism […]
By Susan Ciancio At the 1994 National Prayer Breakfast, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, now St. Teresa of Calcutta, said: I will tell you something beautiful. We are fighting abortion by adoption—by care of the mother and adoption for her baby. We have saved thousands of lives. We have sent word to the clinics, to the […]
Week in Review – PP employees tell truth under oath and a “documentary” confuses truth This week, the Center for Medical Progress released videos of Planned Parenthood employees giving testimony under oath in the civil lawsuit filed by Planned Parenthood against CMP and its undercover journalists. The Planned Parenthood employees clearly contradict Planned Parenthood’s public statements about […]
By Judie Brown When it comes to so-called red states and blue states, many stark differences exist. Some are economic; some are just disturbing. And while some report that the coronavirus hits the elderly and vulnerable at a higher level in some states more than others, the question of how to prevent this from happening […]