One Hundred Percent Pro-Life

Little Chairs to Christ

By Susan Ciancio During his homily at Mass Saturday night, our priest told an inspirational story about a seven-year-old little boy, and when he had finished, there weren’t a lot of dry eyes in the church. A few years ago, this little boy was at a church camp and won a silver medal in a […]

Views from the Propaganda Cesspool

By Judie Brown Unlike the community swimming pool, this cesspool is full of so much hype that it makes your head spin. Examining some of the reports versus the facts that never accompany them will give us a clear picture of why our challenge is to empty this cesspool sooner rather than later. First is […]

Taylor Swift Is ‘Obviously’ Pro-Choice

By Katie Brown In a recent interview with The Guardian, pop singer Taylor Swift revealed that she supports abortion: “I mean, obviously, I’m pro-choice, and I just can’t believe this is happening,” says Swift. She continued: I can’t believe we’re here. It’s really shocking and awful. And I just wanna do everything I can for […]

Pro-Life This Week – August 30, 2019

Week in Review – Trump pro-life actions; PP sex ed; Title X $$ replacements The Trump administration has taken two actions—one national and one international—that we want to call to your attention. Here in the United States, the Trump administration sent a notice on Wednesday to the University of Vermont Medical Center after a federal […]


Legally-Protected Serial Killers

By Judie Brown We know that every abortion kills a human being created in the image and likeness of God. And we know that each of these individuals, from her biological beginning, is a unique and unrepeatable miracle. Yet even though these facts can be known to everyone regardless of faith, the majority of Americans […]


Seeing the Good in Suffering

By Katie Brown I remember when I was younger my dad had a book on his bookshelf that always intrigued me. The book was titled Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People? That title always made me think, and now that I’m older, sometimes the question still puzzles me. If we dedicate our lives to […]