June 22, 2022
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Tag: Pro-Life

The Feast of the Visitation: Then and Now

On Tuesday, May 31st, we celebrated the Feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In this Feast we commemorate the Virgin Mary’s famous visit to her cousin, Elizabeth, which is beautifully recorded in Luke’s gospel (1:39–56). The account...

It is Not Hard to Find the Truth

One day a man stopped by an apartment building to visit a long-time friend of his, an older woman named Mabel who was a music teacher. He greeted her by saying, “Hey, Mabel, what’s the good news today?” Mabel stood up, silently walked across the...

Why Have Our Prayers Gone Unanswered?

Right now, I am rather stunned. For the last four years we have had the most pro-life president this country has ever had, Donald J. Trump. On the other hand, Joe Biden, a professed “practicing Catholic,” has stated that, “If...

Our Fundamental Choice

Shockingly, some of us have yet to ask ourselves why Planned Parenthood, NARAL, ACLU, NOW and other rabidly pro-abortion groups are adamantly, fiercely opposed to any law that would require women planning to abort to watch the ultrasound of the baby...

A Seamless Contradiction

Two unseemly connected fields have long played a major role in my life outside of my family home. I have been a baseball fan since 1952. I have been writing and even teaching about baseball for just under a half century. I have been active in the...

The Fabricated Separation Between Pro-Life and Pro-Family

In an article appearing February 4th 2020, Kyleen Wright, President of Texans for Life, uses the term “pro-life” to embrace a position that is emphatically not pro-life. Her analysis typifies much of the discourse regarding the appropriateness of...

RIP: “I Can’t”

There was once a 4th grade teacher named Donna who realized early in the school year that it was necessary to boost her students’ self-confidence, so she decided to have an “I Can’t” day.  All the students spent time writing down things they wanted...

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