Celebrating Advent with St. Francis Xavier

A Miracle I Didn’t Know I Needed

By Marygrace Tucker I was 23 when I found out that I was pregnant—and just two weeks away from entering my senior year at Christendom College. I went to the doctor as soon as I possibly could because I was so scared, and I hoped there was a chance that the tests I took were […]

Babies by the Numbers

By Judie Brown According to reports, the abortion rate in the United States continues to decline. In its article on this subject, the Guttmacher Institute—the research arm of Planned Parenthood—says in its summary: “The decline in abortions appears to be related to declines in births and pregnancies overall.” But the other shoe drops in the […]

Pro-Life This Week – December 6, 2019

Week in Review – Lawsuits, Lawsuits, Lawsuits . . .  CMP strikes back! A couple of weeks ago, a jury in a civil case brought by Planned Parenthood against the Center for Medical Progress returned a guilty verdict and assessed damages of about $800,000 against the defendants. Since the defendants were also convicted on a […]

Planned Parenthood Direct Is Nothing New

By Jim Sedlak Planned Parenthood launched its new Planned Parenthood Direct app to much fanfare during 2019. It has talked about how its new services were going to be a game changer for rural America. Over the last three months, we wrote two articles on PPD: “Planned Parenthood’s Next Target” and “West Texas – Planned […]

Celebrating Advent with St. Francis Xavier

By Susan Ciancio [Yesterday] we celebrated the Feast of St. Francis Xavier. A [few] days ago, we began the joyous season of Advent. Those who knew Francis said he was always filled with an immense joy. Though he died at a young age, he spent the last 15 years of his life spreading that joy […]

The Long March to Imposed Death

By Judie Brown By voice vote, the Palliative Care Health Education and Training Act passed the House of Representatives. We will never know who voted for or against this bad bill because nobody had his/her vote recorded. This is a cowardly thing, but genuinely political; it’s the art of the game, so to speak. I […]

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