As Susan puts it so well, “The decision to have children ceases to be something that people plan for by becoming married. Instead, it is viewed as extraneous to marriage as an institution.”[click to continue...]
What God has asked us pro-lifers to do is to give a voice to the voiceless and to fight for the right to life for the unborn. We are seeking to end abortion. That alone remains a tall order, and pro-lifers would do well not to be duped into thinking they need to solve all the world’s problems in order to properly call themselves “pro-life.”[click to continue...]
If you support IVF, then I don’t see how you can morally object to what these women did. If you think sex can be separated from the creation of new human life, then what difference does it make how many wombs any resulting children pass through until birth?[click to continue...]
The very fact that she could not legally procure an abortion, and her ability to sign her name to a piece of paper to start her case were all Weddington and Coffee really needed from her. This is what Ms. McCorvey told me.
They had their eyes on a Supreme Court case before they even filed the case locally in Dallas. We all know how it played out, legally.[click to continue...]
What follows is a list of four of the many lies abortion workers tell themselves on a daily basis, just to get through the work day.
Can you imagine punching in, day after day, 8 to 5 with these falsehoods floating in your mind?[click to continue...]
Did you know your tax dollars fund Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider?
That’s right. Uncle Sam claims way more than his fair share of your paycheck. Then he turns around and gives that money to the “non-profit” organization, Planned Parenthood.
And we’re not talking a small chunk of change, either.[click to continue...]
Shari Rigby, post-abortive herself, actually received healing as a result of doing this film. In fact, as she relates here, the scene in the film of her crying were real tears.
Read the post to learn which movie she was in!
One in six couples is said to face infertility issues. Couples incapable of conceiving on their own carry a heavy load of disappointment, confusion, anger, or even guilt. They rightly maintain a desire to bear and to raise children. Barrenness remains a cross for married couples to bear, which the Catholic Church takes seriously. What […][click to continue...]