There is a difference between serving the public and killing the public, as Fr. Frank Pavone likes to say. Any politician who thinks murdering children makes for a successful public policy should not be worthy of anyone’s vote. Yet, we see politicians stumping for the “right” to have one’s own child dismembered.[click to continue...]
“The abortionist knows he has crushed the skull when a white substance comes out of the cervix: this was the baby’s brains,” Dr. Levatino explains.[click to continue...]
I remember listening to a sermon from the pastor at our former parish years ago on Respect Life Sunday. Within it, he admitted his reluctance to preach on the topic of abortion or other life issues. He explained he was afraid of unsettling anyone who may be post-abortive (those having participated in an abortion in the past).
His mindset is not uncommon. I have heard anecdotally from other pro-life Catholics this is the excuse they hear priests making all too often.[click to continue...]
This Saturday will mark the first-ever, annual, national Protest Planned Parenthood Day here in America.
Every pro-lifer is encouraged to protest outside their closest abortion facility.[click to continue...]
“For this reason, America, your deepest identity and truest character as a nation is revealed in the position you take towards the human person. The ultimate test of your greatness in the way you treat every human being, but especially the weakest and most defenseless ones” – Pope Saint John Paul II[click to continue...]
What if Pope Sixtus V was right?
What if abortion was really that evil?[click to continue...]
He writes, “For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places” (Ephesians 6:12).
We have all likely read that verse, but have we remembered to apply it to our daily, pro-life work? Do we begin and end our actions in the name of the Lord by calling on Him to help us? Or, do we take the onus upon ourselves?
The stakes could not be any higher: life or death hangs in the balance. But even more importantly, the destiny of people’s souls is at stake.[click to continue...]
The hard work is not always apparent in how it is paying off. In fact, the pro-life advocacy may feel as though it is adding years to your life. New wrinkles and gray hairs seem to be popping up in places they were not before.
Sounds as though you are experiencing pro-life advocacy burnout. Let’s discuss a few remedies for this.[click to continue...]
Just who carries the burden of being morally responsible for the abortion holocaust?
Over 3,000 babies are dismembered in their mothers’ wombs in this country alone on an average day.
Who bears the burden of permitting this abortion holocaust to take place?
No one in their right mind would advocate for, celebrate, or condone murder.
Yet, this hasn’t stopped some liberals from trying to lay the tragedy of the shooting near Planned Parenthood at the feet of the pro-life movement.
I thought I would point out three logical inconsistencies with the politicization of this shooting by the liberals.[click to continue...]