How to Share Joy with Nursing Home Residents

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 […]

Unethical Vaccines: From HeLa to COVID-19

By Leslie Sholly Baltimore, 1951: A young woman lay dying in her hospital bed, her body riddled with cancer. Before her death, doctors scraped some cells from her cervix. Later, without her knowledge or consent, those cells—“the first immortal human cells ever grown in a laboratory”—became instrumental in innumerable medical studies and discoveries.1 They also […]

Pro-Life This Week – August 21, 2020

Week in Review – Our Faith is under attack in our streets and in our classrooms. This week, we endured the Democratic Convention, during which the delegates selected a pro-abortion platform. Statements in the anti-life platform included: Democrats believe that every woman should be able to access high-quality reproductive health care services, including safe and legal abortion. […]

America’s Real Constitutional Crisis

By Judie Brown Whenever someone in the mainstream media claims that we are facing a constitutional crisis, you can bet that chances are we are not. That is, unless that person is talking about a constitutional right to abortion. Then we know there is indeed a crisis. Why is that so? Because there is nowhere […]

Kamala Harris—Quid Pro Quo

By Jim Sedlak Presumed Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden announced last week that he had selected Kamala Harris as his running mate for this year’s elections. Harris is a first-term US senator from California who was elected to that position in 2016 and took office in 2017. You might ask, how does a first-term […]

Educate Like a Pro: How CLSP Enriches a Curriculum

By Laura Kizior As concerned parents and educators, you understand the need to give your children and students a quality education. The art of teaching is a delicate balance between academic subjects and real-life skills in order to give students a truly well-rounded education. Teaching and living the culture of life in your family or […]