An Abortion-Minded Mother

Pro-life legislation should not contradict pro-life principle

American Life League legislative policy Pro-life legislation should not contradict pro-life principle Pro-lifers face confusion in the ranks. Today, in the face of hostility from judges, politicians, and the media, a spirit of compromise is tempting the right-to-life movement to play “lifeboat” with the lives of the preborn. Like the “values clarification” game where players […]

CLSP Lessons Help Build a Culture of Life in November

By Susan Ciancio Building a culture of life has never been so important. It seems like every day we wake up to more unrest, more sickness, more sadness, and more division in our country. But through all that negativity, there are also incredible amounts of love, charity, and happiness. That is what we must focus […]

American Brood of Vipers

By Judie Brown Last night, we witnessed the confirmation of a Catholic to the position of associate justice of the Supreme Court, and next week, we elect a president. Given these two facts, is it any wonder the God-despising cadres are howling, growling, and prowling about churning out fallacies far and wide? They adore confusion […]

Church, State, Conscience, and Blessed Franz Jägerstätter

By Fritz Baumgartner In 1938, a peasant Austrian farmer named Franz Jägerstätter had a prophetic dream. His dream, actually more of a vision, was that of a shiny, beautiful train—a train headed straight into the pit of hell. Jägerstätter wrote the following description in his essay “On the Question of Our Day: Catholic or Nazi”: […]

The Catholic Chameleon

By Judie Brown Chameleon: “A person who often changes his or her beliefs or behavior in order to please others or to succeed.” This definition of chameleon readily applies to many people who define themselves as Catholic but who are perhaps something else entirely. The varieties of such changeable Catholics could be difficult to catalogue, […]

Pro-Life This Week – October 23, 2020

Week in Review – There was a great deal of focus on judicial matters this week   Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to send the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Barrett to the full Senate for final confirmation. As if to illustrate the great divide in this country, the 12 Republican senators on the […]