Pro-Life This Week – August 14, 2020

Inspiration from St. Teresa of Calcutta

By Susan Ciancio On Saturday, we will celebrate the feast day of a woman who spent her life caring for the poorest of the poor. Born Gonxha Agnes, she joined the Sisters of Loreto at the age of 18, where she took the name Sister Mary Teresa. Upon taking her final vows, she was called […]

Some Catholics Are Not!

By Judie Brown The Catholic faithful silently said a prayer of thanks for the words of Notre Dame’s famed former head coach Lou Holtz who told the nation the truth: that Joe Biden is a Catholic in name only. But my oh my, how the non-faithful scurried as they lined up to attack the coach […]

Faith, Family, Football, and a Passion for the Babies

By Katie Brown, Hugh Brown “I still don’t consider myself magazine material,” Virginia McCaskey stated humbly at the conclusion of her interview with Celebrate Life Magazine. Mrs. McCaskey is the owner of the NFL team the Chicago Bears and daughter of late NFL legend George Halas. Her father founded the Chicago Bears, was a cofounder […]

Pro-Life This Week – August 28, 2020

Week in Review – This was the week of political hope for our nation. This week, we celebrated the Republican Party Convention. The party decided not to create a new platform this year and will adhere to its 2016 platform. Statements in that pro-life platform included: We oppose the use of public funds to perform or promote abortion or […]

Murder Most Foul

By Judie Brown In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the ghost of Hamlet’s father spoke of his own murder. Here, we speak of a crime that is committed without the revenge that initiated Claudius’ killing. It is murder committed under cover of law—the murder of tiny preborn babies. In fact, if you fast-forward to our own day, you […]

Our Beautiful Mother Mary and the Miracles at Fatima

By Susan Ciancio “I come from heaven.” On May 13, 1917, Lucia Santos, age 10, was tending sheep with her cousins, siblings Jacinta and Francisco Marto, in a little town outside of Fatima, Portugal. Jacinta was just seven years old, and Francisco was nine. Suddenly, they saw a brilliant light, and a woman dressed in […]