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My guest for this episode is Michael Coughlin. Michael is an Evangelist from Columbus, Ohio and joins me to discuss proper comparisons, namely comparing ourselves to people we don’t know. An Outli ... discuss

The Theology of Dad explains why corporations are socially liberal (but it equally applies to the rest of society). Apologies to Colin for citing so much text, but it's good (and there's more in the b ... discuss

Steel Magnificat rags on pro-life monomaniacs:The pro-life movement is infested with cranks who suffer from monomania. Most of us know someone of this type. When you mention that children are dyi ... discuss

by Newt and Callista Gingrich: This election year has been defined by candidates in both parties who are promising a political revolution. A majority of the American people are calling out for real c ... discuss

Many of us will eventually reach a point in our lives where birthdays become less of an occasion for celebration, and more of a reminder that we are aging. The sadness or fear that this reminder evoke ... discuss

Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director - Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionIn February 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down Canada's assisted suicide laws and used language to allow for the legaliza ... discuss

Continuing the series, the next post detailing my pilgrimage to Rome will showcase the beauty of the four major Basilicas: St. Peter's Basilica, St. Mary Major, St. John Lateran, and St. Paul Outside ... discuss

creative commons image, source"The loneliness of the Christian results from his walk with God in an ungodly world, a walk that must often take him away from the fellowship of good Christians as well a ... discuss

When one forgets that our lives are in the hands of the Lord we tend to presume a certain “exemption” from life’s trials. It is then difficult to be able to live through difficult ex ... discuss

 Mothers Day and the calloused pro-abortion heartBy Dave Andrusko In the weeks preceding Mother’s Day, it has become a ritual for some women who’ve aborted to proudly tell us the ... discuss

Today’s article was sparked by a question from a long-time reader of the site. “With the sad removal from ministry of yet another prominent pastor, I’ve been wondering how we are to view ... discuss

by Gary Bauer, Contributing Author: There was an extraordinary exchange yesterday between House Speaker Paul Ryan and presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump that may be the most impo ... discuss

Recently a bizarre exchange occurred on our Facebook page, the contents of which would only be comprehensible to people living during the last thirty years. A commenter, who at first acted as though ... discuss

What would it look like to go all in loving children? For Kelsey and Randy Bohlender, it meant raising four biological kids… then adopting six children, including two sets of twins. Yet the Bohlende ... discuss

“Beloved, since God loved us so much, we should love one another” (1 John 4:9). >Reflection: When we obey the command in this verse of Scripture, we give life to one another. When we l ... discuss

by Rakesh Upadhyay: Ship tracking data from Bloomberg shows that 83 supertankers carrying around 166 million barrels of oil are headed to China, which has stockpiled an impressive 787,000 barrels a d ... discuss

by Randy Barnett: In Jan. 2012, an interviewer from the Univision Spanish-language TV network asked President Barack Obama why he was continuing to deport illegal immigrants from Mexico and elsewhere. ... discuss

Governor Snyder signed the Rape Survivor Child Custody Act into law on May 3. The new law helps prevent a rapist from gaining custody of a child. The law was included in a larger package of bills addr ... discuss

A four-sister surrogacy business has some pro-lifers questioning the ethical implications of womb rentals and whether the surrogacy industry devalues life. The Daily Mail reports the four Hernandez si ... discuss

John Kulikos was born in the Greek district of Epirus, in the city of Ioannina. His parents were pious, but he was orphaned at an early age, and he went to Constantinople. With the means left him by h ... discuss

Mason, like most Educators of her day, advocated the use of handicrafts in her schools. Also like most, she used a specific model of handicraft called Sloyd. Sloyd was not merely a type of handicraft, ... discuss

Baby showers for me are... well... complicated. On one hand, babies are wonderful and precious and such a delight.On the other hand, they are a huge trigger of pain for me. They remind me of my b ... discuss

Today is International Bereaved Mother's Day (formerly Babyloss Mother's Day). It's a day set-apart to honor mothers who have lost children at any age or gestation and for any reason.This special day ... discuss

This past Saturday, my mom and I threw a baby shower for my sister-in-love, Kala (once my brother Joseph saw the food, he too decided to stick around). ;) It turned out to be a beautiful time of sweet ... discuss

What is a helpful Christian response? Should we stop baking cakes and taking wedding pictures? Should we sign petitions and organize boycotts? Should we position ourselves on the nearest picket line a ... discuss

A large number of victims that I have talked to said that their churches failed to involve the proper authorities (2) because the churches themselves believed that they were capable of handling the si ... discuss

A recent Life News article featured one of Bill Clinton's former lovers, Sandy Miller, who claimed that Bill told her that Hillary has had multiple abortions. I don’t know if it is true, but it ... discuss

Lou Ann HerronThose insist that legalization of abortion is necessary to keep our daughters safe might want to speak to Lou Ann Herron's father, Mike Gibb, who silently wept in the courtroom ... discuss

This reflection is taken from my book, Pro-Life Reflections for Every Day, which is available for purchase at: “Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the ... discuss

It’s never too early to look at what’s to come. Over the next few weeks, we will give you a peek at what is ahead for teams in the Power 5 conferences and some other teams expected to be players ... discuss

One of abortion advocates’ most seemingly compelling arguments is that abortion is safer than childbirth, and women should not be forced to put their lives in jeopardy for someone else. It’ ... discuss

The war on Christians continues unabated. Throughout the Middle East, in most of Europe, and even here in the United States, the future of Christianity is becoming bleak. Is there a unified structure ... discuss

“I lied to myself for years about who my allies were. No more.” — Ben Howe, Red State While the overwhelming majority of the Tea Party supports Sen. Ted Cruz’s run for the presi ... discuss

I'm trying to be pastoral here. Get with the program, girls!Chapter Six Paragraphs 199 - 258Topsy and Tuptim are back at the church basement for the study group session on Chapter Six. Fr. Jimmy and S ... discuss

Yesterday, Today, and TomorrowAs Western intelligentsia and media elites continue to focus upon the fake and inflated refugee crisis among Palestinians, the world’s real refugee crisis, now describe ... discuss

 Archbishop of D.C.: Never Has Responsibility to Protect Life Been More Difficult Than in Our DayBy Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, DC. Cardinal Donald Wuerl is pictur ... discuss

 Human Life begins in a fireworks of bright lights and sparksBy Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. If you want to peruse stories all day long, go directly to an ... discuss

 “Untold:” the story of God’s miracles in the makingBy Dave Andrusko Like most pro-lifers I believe passionately in the power of communications that touch both the heart and th ... discuss

 How we communicate the Pro-Life Story to a 21st-Century AudienceBy Dave Andrusko “The bottom line is no woman is going to want an abortion after seeing a sonogram.” — Francesco ... discuss

by Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, DC.: . . . Some of that Word is addressed explicitly to you, the young people, the university students who are at the heart of this University M ... discuss

Hillary Clinton (left), “The View” co-host Paula Faris (on the right). In the middle is co-host Joy Beharby Dave Andrusko, National Right to Life: Thanks go out to Gary Bauer, who heads the C ... discuss

It isn’t difficult to guess the reasons why a late-term abortion clinic in New Jersey didn’t want pregnant employees to be working there. It could be bad for its $1.8 million-a-year business.The P ... discuss

Family Policy Alliance: Republicans on the House Armed Services Committee rejected an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act that would have turned military base hospitals into abortion ... discuss

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – On Tuesday, Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation addressed a student forum at Harvard University, a 90-minute discussion on abortion in the black community that turned hostil ... discuss

Today we’re going to talk numbers. My friend Randy Bohlender, who oversees an adoption agency, says questions about the costs of adoption are some of the most common their team receives. Adoption is ... discuss

We put in our application to adopt in February, announced our plan to adopt on Mother’s Day, and became ‘home study ready’ on September 11. In 2014. It’s now been two years of waiting ... discuss

Nsukka, Nigeria, May 3, 2016 / 04:06 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- While the Diocese of Nsukka in southeastern Nigeria is still searching for answers following the massacre of dozens of Christians, Bishop Godf ... discuss

Witnessing to Jesus without fear. He touched me with his right hand and said, “Do not be afraid. I am the first and the last, the one who lives. Once I was dead, but now I am alive forever and ever ... discuss

Living His promises. Then I, John, saw a new heaven and a new earth. The former heaven and the former earth had passed away, and the sea was no more. I also saw the holy city, a new Jerusalem, coming ... discuss

Alissa Golob blogs about a post by pro-abort OBGYN Jen Hunter regarding sex-selection abortion.In Jen Hunter's post, the only misogyny considered is that against the mother. Not that misogyny against ... discuss

Penny Young Nanceis president and CEOConcerned Women for Americaby Penny Young Nance: We have so many opportunities in the workforce, yet women are often still told that we’ve got to run ourselves ... discuss

This article was published by Wesley Smith on his blog on April 22, 2016Wesley SmithBy Wesley SmithThere has been a huge and alarming increase in the U.S. suicide rate. From the CDC announcement:  ... discuss

Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director - Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionRobert Falcon Ouellette (Liberal MP)Jorge Barrera from APTN News reported that Robert Falcon Ouellette, the Liberal MP represen ... discuss

Francois PauletteAlex SchadenbergExecutive Director - Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionThe chair of Yellowknife's Stanton Territorial Health Authority Elders' Advisory Council, Francois Paulette told CB ... discuss

The article was published by First Things on April 29, 2016.Wesley SmithBy Wesley SmithI recently gave a speech to a group of conservative senior citizens in California, arguing against assisted suici ... discuss

The following is the speech delivered by Robert Falcon Ouellette MP (Winnipeg Centre Lib) at 6:30 pm on Monday May 2, 2016, as reported by Hansard.Robert Falcon Ouellette MP (Winnipeg Centre Lib)Madam ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - I write words and music about the rhyme and reason of life. Tell the truth Do you have a photographic memory? I used to tell a joke about having a photographic memory. When someone w ... discuss

In 1750, Jonathan Edwards was fired from his church.  A source of controversy regarding the Lord’s Supper created a division between he and his people and this culminated in his termination af ... discuss

Last week a brother from my fellowship asked me about abolitionism. Most of the discussion centered around what it means for a preborn human to be alive and why a human ought not to be murdered. It wa ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include Designed for Joy edited by Jonathan Parnell & Owen Strachan ($2.99); Passport Through Darkness by Kimberley Smith (free); Ready for Reformation? by Tom Nettl ... discuss

Every parent has the responsibility of eventually having “the talk” with their children. You know the talk I mean—the one that finally tells the children where babies come from. I don’ ... discuss

This week's Free Stuff Fridays is sponsored by Zondervan and features books by Michael Horton. There will be 3 winners this week and each of them will receive the following books: Core Chris ... discuss

Over the course of my years of parenting, I have picked up advice from a hundred different sources. Like most parents I have read a few books on parenting, some of them general works and some ... discuss

This sponsored post was written by John Majors a writer and speaker for FamilyLife®. John is a host on Passport2Identity™, a new resource that enables parents of teens to have a life-chang ... discuss

This weekend’s Kindle deals include Think It Not Strange by John Piper ($2.99) and Read the Bible for Life by George Guthrie ($0.99). You will also find a couple of the Kindle devic ... discuss

Late last year I announced the 2016 Reading Challenge, a fun way to increase and diversify your reading through another year. I took the challenge and set this year’s goal at 104 books. Howe ... discuss

This sponsored post was prepared by Westminster Theological Seminary. “I commend this work to anyone who preaches or teaches or studies the Bible.” —Russell Moore Download for fr ... discuss

On the national stage and in many smaller communities we've come upon a difficult debate.  This debate is the clash between LGBT rights and Religious Freedom.  This clash has triggered a phi ... discuss

The Pentecost Novena begins on the day after the Solemnity of the Ascension, Friday of the 6th Week of Easter, even if the Solemnity of the Ascension is transferred to the 7th Sunday.ACT OF CONSECRATI ... discuss

TweetWhy do you want to work with CCBR a second Summer?Spending a summer spreading truth about the injustice of abortion opened my eyes to how quickly our culture is sliding backwards. It is not an ex ... discuss

TweetBy Caroline SlingerlandIt’s a storm that’s been brewing in my mind for quite some time, but I could never quite express why it made me uncomfortable; I just knew that it did.  Much of it ... discuss

Several candidates have participated in a circular firing squad, shooting accusations of dishonesty at each other.  Some accusations stick, some don’t. Donald Trump has nick-named Ted Cruz as & ... discuss

Once again, the biggest exporter of terrorism in the World, refuses to accept responsibility for it’s own people. Via The New York Times: WASHINGTON — Saudi Arabia has told the Obama administ ... discuss

When I was asked to participate in a blog tour for The Walls Are Talking, the first person I actually thought of was Maggie. In You Can Share the Faith, I tell Maggie's story: Maggie had an abort ... discuss

Heath traces the devastating impact of sin in every dimension of human existence and carefully distinguishes between three different ways we experience sin — the sinful world we live in, personal si ... discuss

Geraldo explained why Senator Ted Cruz has such a difficult time with American voters – he’s off the scale on the creepy meter. “Ted Cruz floors the needle on the creepy meter. I’m sorry, I do ... discuss

More Articles on IRS Commissioner John Koskinenby Philip Wegmann: In time for tax season, members of the Freedom Caucus are calling on House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., and Judiciary Committee Chairman ... discuss

Hillary Proposing $1 Trillion Tax Increaseby Gary Bauer, Contributing Author: Tax Day - Today is April 15th. As you know, this is the day when most of us would normally file our taxes. This year, we ... discuss

Fairfax, VA — Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement urging Congress to require Puerto Rico to restructure its $72 billion debt and not to bail ... discuss

Assisted suicide is frequently criticized for the shadow it casts over patients, and for potentially shaming them into taking their lives against their will. New evidence shows that distress from assi ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - I write words and music about the rhyme and reason of life. Wanna fulfill your ministry? Here’s how… Maybe you saw the headline and thought to yourself, “Hmm… ... discuss

  GRAYSON, KY – SEPTEMBER 8: Rowan County Clerk of Courts Kim Davis holds her hands in the air with her attorney Mat Staver (R) and Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee in front ... discuss

(CFAM) — The UN Secretary-General failed to produce an annual report tracking funding for reproductive health that served as an important oversight and accountability tool for nearly 20 years. B ... discuss

(CNN Money) – A summer with his grandfather was all it took for him to be inspired. When Mukund Venkatakrishnan was 14, he visited India and was tasked with helping his grandfather get tested a ... discuss

  This essay was first published, with illustrations, in Life Matters Journal Volume 4 Issue 2 — October 2015.ckquote>   The Oxford English Dictionary defines “humanize” as ... discuss

What will you do when a distraught family comes to you and tells you that their child has been molested by a church worker? What will you do when a woman can’t keep up the charade any longer and ... discuss

God is the author of Scripture but the Spirit also carried along and worked through sinful human beings infallibly to reveal his inerrant Word and he did so in history. The Renaissance helped us to a ... discuss

Jeremiah 29:11 does not promise you money, marriage, a job, a win at the meet, healing for you or a loved one, political freedom – all of which we tend to feel entitled to in this culture.  And it ... discuss

By Stephanie Pacheco This is the second of two reflections on the Holy Father’s recent exhortation. Read the first here. Having discussed some of the tone and controversy, what does Pope Francis ... discuss

  Clinic worker troubled by the faces of late term abortion victimsBy Sarah Terzo A clinic worker interviewed by pro-choice author Wendy Simonds wrote about how looking at the faces ... discuss

One of the great benefits of attending a Christian conference is undoubtedly the singing.  Each year during the G3 Conference, I try to record some of the congregational singing just to file away an ... discuss

Today’s Kindle deals include Starlight & Time by Russell Humphreys ($2.99); Preaching to a Shifting Culture by Various ($2.99); and Depression by Ed Welch ($2.99). Porch P ... discuss

But the Bible is surprisingly quiet when it comes to laying out a system of courtship. Courtship Systems are cultural, and the Bible rarely advocates one cultural approach over another. God’s heart ... discuss

By Stephanie Pacheco Amoris Laetitia is turning heads. The commentary in the short few days since its release on the morning of Friday, April 8, has been eruptive. Slate Magazine, admittedly not the c ... discuss

Reading Kelly Fitzgerald’s abortion story is a heartbreaking experience. The troubled young woman struggled with drug and alcohol problems for years and now claims that aborting her unborn baby ... discuss

NEW YORK (AP) — After several difficult weeks that have called into question his front-runner standing, Donald Trump has arrived in friendlier territory: his home state of New York. ... discuss

“The LORD God took the man and put him in the Garden of Eden to work it and take care of it.” (Genesis 2:15). Reflection: The Lord commands Adam to care for the garden. But Adam failed, b ... discuss

George McFall clearly needed some of David Shimp’s bone marrow more than Shimp needed it. When Shimp – McFall’s first cousin – refused to give it, McFall took him to court. The judge’s gavel ... discuss

  As a Father of Five I’m Now Pro-Life, But My First Child Died in Abortion  ... discuss

 Witnesses to abortion reveal its horrorsBy Sarah Terzo Sometimes authors of magazines are allowed to witness abortions in the course of writing articles. Sometimes medical students ... discuss

Update: Welcome, JAG readers! And my readers: I am being refuted. For the record, I didn't consider this post to be an attack -- just an engagement. Truth is, I sort of want to be persuaded by this pa ... discuss

In the wake of two large-scale prayer gatherings this past weekend where tens of thousands joined together with faith—AzusaNow in Los Angeles and UnitedCry DC16 in Washington, DC—questions arise a ... discuss

New York City, N.Y., Apr 11, 2016 / 02:39 pm (CNA).- Christopher Bell was in his twenties and living in Times Square when he heard something that sounded like the voice of God. Bell had been working ... discuss

There were quite a number of letters to the editor this week, and they were mostly related to two articles. Once again, my gratitude goes to all those who took the time to write. Comments ... discuss

On April 13, the Church commemorates Pope Saint Martin I. We know little of Saint Martin’s early life.  We do know that he was born in Umbria, Italy of a noble family. In his youth, he served a ... discuss

(5 April 1809–11 April 1878) was the first Anglican Bishop of New Zealand. He was Bishop of New Zealand from 1841 to 1858. His diocese was then subdivided and Selwyn was Primate of New Zealand from ... discuss

Excerpt below from Revive Our Hearts:Now, today I want us to look at another lesser known poet and hymn writer who provided us a gospel song that’s been a great blessing to many.Her name was L ... discuss

“Church order is probably one of the things Presbyterians are best known for. Each church in the PCA has to subscribe to the Book of Church Order, which basically tells each church how the they ... discuss

If things are going well in your home right now, don’t be fooled into thinking that somehow you have made it that way. Look again; your home is broken beneath the surface and able to disintegrate i ... discuss

So I managed to finished the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia.   It took forever to finish. It was like watching a four-hour movie. Even if it was mostly good, you wanted it to be ove ... discuss

Question: "Doesn't the fact that the Old Testament has laws that allow for slavery constitute an endorsement of slavery?"I have previously addressed the issue of why slavery existed during the period ... discuss

“Just as Eve took the fruit and Achan took the plunder, so covetousness also leads us to take from our neighbor. The act of taking may include outright stealing, but Kruger wisely and pointedly ... discuss

With Antonin Scalia's death, the subsequent 4-4 split on the union case, and the twists and turns in the Little Sisters of the Poor case, I've been thinking about Scalia and his approach to const ... discuss

The mainstream media tends to stereotype pro-lifers as conservative Christians and the right to life as a religious issue. While the pro-life movement has many Christians, it is growing increasingly d ... discuss

People find hope and joy in any number of things — from God to their family and their career. But Planned Parenthood abortion business president Cecile Richards finds her hope elsewhere: in wome ... discuss

The Vatican was facing criticism from pro-life Catholics for allowing pro-abortion presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to speak at an event. Leading pro-life advocates were saying it’s tough f ... discuss

Six months after giving birth to her first child, Raina J. Johnson got pregnant again. A recent college graduate, Johnson decided that a second child would be too expensive and take up too much of her ... discuss

Vatican City, Apr 8, 2016 / 04:05 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis’ latest writings on the family include a strong affirmation of the need to welcome children even in difficult circumstances. ... discuss

“Therefore, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God” (1 Corinthians 10:31). We are called to glorify God in all that we do — not just in the “spiritual” acti ... discuss

By TITO EDWARDS | Visiting Child Victims of Lahore Bomb Was ‘Truly Difficult’, Says Archbishop – Catholic Herald The Power of Words for Pilgrims of Mercy: The Brilliance of th ... discuss

The saint of the day for April 8 is St. Julie Billiart,  a French religious leader who founded, and was the first Superior General of, the Congregation of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur.  ... discuss

It Is The Senate’s Constitutional Right To Act As A Check On A President And Withhold Its Consent’SEN. CHUCK SCHUMER (D-NY): ‘The Founding Fathers… wanted the Senate, in its infinite wisdom ... discuss

Cardinal Raymond Burke, patron of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, and ecclesiastical advisor to The Cardinal Newman Society, rebuked the University of Notre Dame for the “great scandal” of ... discuss

Do Christians advocate ‘repressing’ sexual desire? Well, yes. Yes we do. Blogs Faith March 17, 2015 ( LifeSiteNews) – In a society obsessed with sex but with no idea how to even d ... discuss

Phoenix Aesir Mann was alive for just 14 weeks inside his mother’s womb when he died on October 11, 2015. At 14 weeks of pregnancy, women are often told by abortion clinic staff that their unbor ... discuss

When was the last time you talked to a woman who had suffered, with regret, through the abortion process? As you listened to her tell her story, what did you learn? Did you hear her regret, frustratio ... discuss

The U.S. tax system makes it extremely difficult for international businesses to compete in the global market. ... discuss

So what’s happening here? Why does it seem that pornography ultimately kills sexual intimacy? There are, to be sure, many psychological explanations. Pornography desensitizes one to sexual stimuli, ... discuss

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Republican Ted Cruz stormed to a commanding victory in Wisconsin Tuesday, denting front-runner Donald Trump's chances of capturing the GOP nomination before the party's convention. ... discuss

Question #1: “Is there any revelation outside of the Bible?” Take for example, the topic of obesity, one of the greatest sin-problems in America; has God revealed any truth about this topic outsid ... discuss

New York Vital Statistics for 2014 published Monday (April 4) revealed yet another drop in abortion for New York State. The data reveals that the number of abortions statewide hit an all-time low sinc ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - I write words and music of faith, hope, and love for business, family, and life If you truly have love in you – serve one another Healthy life. Peaceful life. Wealthy life. Joy ... discuss

HOUSTON (AP) — It took two families and lots of sacrifice to get Kris Jenkins to Villanova. That was the difficult part. ... discuss

The ministry has to help the congregation understand difficult and hard things in Scripture. But without learning this will not be possible. Unless ministers themselves have studied these “difficult ... discuss

Disability rights advocates have made great strides in recent years to educate society about the value of people’s lives, no matter what their abilities. But abortion activists are thwarting thi ... discuss

In the 79 years the Masters has been played, only one player has made a hole-in-one on the long and deceptively difficult par-3 fourth hole. ... discuss

HOUSTON (AP) — Oklahoma forward Khadeem Lattin sat on chair in a corner of the locker room with his head down, headphones on, already dressed. His bright crimson backpack, ready to go, sat on the fl ... discuss

HILLSBORO, Ohio (AP) — Having your wife's and your underwear examined and toilet usage analyzed might sound like something for veteran standup comedian Drew Hastings' routine. But while it sometimes ... discuss

Perhaps on this day it is also helpful to read the words of the late great Mother Angelica on the topic of lukewarmness: Of all those souls Jesus looks for, perhaps the one most difficult to reach ... discuss

I sometimes wonder at the wisdom of the "regulating abortion to death" strategy (often called the "chip away" strategy because it nips around the edges, instead of attacking the heart of the issue). ... discuss

This past February saw a parish in Seattle fall victim to a hate crime.At least that's what some would have you believe. Saint Patrick's Church, located north of downtown in the Portage Bay neighborho ... discuss

The pro-abortion backlash against Donald Trump has stretched beyond the borders of the U.S. On Thursday, the British news outlet The Telegraph published an open letter to Trump with the headline, “D ... discuss

Like a horror story come true, a prominent medical researcher in Europe is advocating for the right to take organs from euthanasia patients before they die. In an article for the Journal of Medical Et ... discuss

Rose Miller gives one simple reason for having an abortion: She does not want to be a parent. Writing for Bustle, Miller shared her story in reaction to the recent outrage over Republican presidential ... discuss

In a strong victory for unborn babies and moms, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed three pro-life measures into law on Thursday. “Today, Arizona spoke loud and clear: not on our watch will the body part ... discuss

Jesus asked that the Feast of the Divine Mercy be preceded by a Novena to the Divine Mercy which would begin on Good Friday. He gave St. Faustina an intention to pray for on each day of the Novena, ... discuss

1 April AD 1582? By most accounts, almost nothing stood out about young Fere. Indeed, the birth of this seventh son of one Septimus Filius is lost completely to history. Only apocryphal accounts rema ... discuss

The issue of whether women who have abortions should be punished has been a favorite gotcha question posed to pro-life candidates for years. It is admittedly a difficult question, and one that deserve ... discuss

As this email goes out, I will probably have just landed in Manila and met our dear friend, the unstoppable Dr. Ligaya Acosta, our director of Asia and Oceania. This is my sixth (seventh?) mission to ... discuss

There are two parts - maybe two sections or clauses - to the Personhood anti-abortion strategy. The first is simple, easily grasped, and is understood and supported by the vast majority of pro-life ac ... discuss

March 31st will mark the eleven year anniversary of my sister Terri Schiavo’s mandated court ordered death by starvation and dehydration. Her death took nearly two weeks. The inhumanity of what happ ... discuss

Donald Trump’s comment, and subsequent backtracking, of a claim that women should be “punished” for having an abortion has sparked furious debate nationwide and within pro-life circl ... discuss

Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards has become a favorite for liberal news outlet interviews lately. These saccharine interviews probably would better be described as flattering free advertisements ... discuss

Little Ruby Silva spent her first birthday in the hospital, but it wasn’t because she was sick. The 1-year-old and her North Texas family joined hospital staff for a giant birthday celebration a ... discuss

It’s common knowledge within the pro-life movement that unborn babies with Down syndrome and other disorders are routinely targeted for abortion. Studies have found about 90 percent of unborn ba ... discuss

Jesus asked that the Feast of the Divine Mercy be preceded by a Novena to the Divine Mercy which would begin on Good Friday. He gave St. Faustina an intention to pray for on each day of the Novena ... discuss

Women have made \"tremendous progress\" in the 96 years since passage of the 19th Amendment gave them the right to vote, but \"there is a great deal of work still left to be done,\" Attorney General L ... discuss

The world is reeling from the massive terrorist attacks last week in Brussels and Pakistan that killed dozens and left hundreds more wounded. But a pregnant woman who survived the Belgium attack walke ... discuss

Ever since the Zika virus was linked to possible birth defects in newborns, abortion activists have been drumming up fears among pregnant women and encouraging them to abort their unborn babies. The m ... discuss

A woman born without arms or legs has become an inspiration across Columbia after she overcame a serious genetic disability and a dark childhood to become a talented artist and motivational speaker. Z ... discuss

Jesus asked that the Feast of the Divine Mercy be preceded by a Novena to the Divine Mercy which would begin on Good Friday. He gave St. Faustina an intention to pray for on each day of the Novena ... discuss

Photos are of Ukrainian/Russian kids who climb skyscrapers without safety gearThe photographs I used to preface this post are of Russian and Ukrainian daredevils who climb skyscrapers under constructi ... discuss

Jesus asked that the Feast of the Divine Mercy be preceded by a Novena to the Divine Mercy which would begin on Good Friday. He gave St. Faustina an intention to pray for on each day of the Noven ... discuss

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Villanova players danced and celebrated after pulling off what many thought would be the NCAA Tournament's most difficult task. ... discuss

A pro-life group in Wisconsin is reaching out with a compassionate plea to a family planning to abort their late-term unborn baby because of a fatal diagnosis. Wisconsin Right to Life wants the family ... discuss

Fiona Bruce MPAs SPUC approaches the 50th anniversary of its formation, I am delighted to report that we shall be holding a Regional Conference, entitled “Changing Minds - Saving Lives”, on Saturd ... discuss

I have written of my experience of Holy Week in the past. It will be different this time.After more than eight years as Senior Master of Ceremonies for the Traditional Latin Mass at the Church of Sain ... discuss

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments today in the case the Little Sisters of the Poor and 37 pro-life groups, universities and companies have filed against the HHS mandate, which forces them to pay ... discuss

Wisconsin state officials are asking the U.S. Supreme Court this spring to protect women’s health by upholding a law requiring that abortionists have hospital admitting privileges. The appeal wi ... discuss

Yesterday, I was contacted and interviewed by phone by Rob Capriccioso who wrote the article, Online Quicksand. His emphasis is on blogs in the way that people used to discuss the telegraph--as someth ... discuss

A petition for a referendum that would have made people receiving or performing abortions guilty of murder in Oklahoma will not continue due to a ruling by the Oklahoma Supreme Court on March 22. Okla ... discuss

AMMAN, Jordan (AP) — Fighting back tears following the Brussels attacks, EU's foreign policy chief abruptly walked out of a news conference in Jordan on Tuesday after saying that "today is a difficu ... discuss

Starting Tuesday, Australian pro-lifers will be banned from standing within 50 feet of abortion clinics in its capital city of Canberra. The nation’s Legislative Assembly passed the restrictive ... discuss

TweetBy Maria McCannSeveral years ago, I encountered the ideas of the Jewish philosopher Emmanuel Levinas while I idly skimmed my high school religion textbook. I was intrigued by his philosophy of ... discuss

How knocking Rubio out of the race would cost Cruz the nomination Right: Pyrrhus and his elephants “The armies separated; and, it is said, Pyrrhus replied to one that gave him joy of his ... discuss

The Pilgrims pray for their journey fleeing religious persecutionDaniel in the Lion's denWe live in a culture where really, values are passe.  You aren't allowed to have values.  Morality, p ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music Do You Pay Attention to These Three Parts of Your Singing Voice? Do you just love to sing? I mean, is singing the first thing on your m ... discuss

This article is an expanded version of my first “Life Lessons with Josh” column in Life Matters Journal, in which I answer questions from LMJ’s readers. This reader asked for help responding to ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music If you believe it’s difficult to figure out the will of God for your life, I’ve got some good news Lately I’ve heard ... discuss

Abolitionists gathered in Oklahoma from around the nation in late February 2016. There were several desired outcomes to this gathering/conference, the most significant of which was that a State Senato ... discuss

Tony Funderburk - Tony Funderburk - The Truth in Words And Music Is it hard for you to fall fast asleep at night? I wrote “Fall Fast Asleep” as a lullaby song for kids a few years back. It ... discuss

In part one of this series, we challenged the idea that so-called TRAP laws are predominantly responsible for the decrease in abortion providers as argued by this John Oliver video and the upcoming do ... discuss

With the February selection of the Notting Hill Napoleons (our book club of 24 years and counting) being C.S. Lewis’ That Hideous Strength, I decided it was an appropriate time to re-read all three ... discuss

I wish to respond to some of the more specific points in John Oliver's video, but before I tackle that I wish to make a general point about abortion access in general. There is a general implication t ... discuss

 The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has found that the RTE programme “The Ray D’Arcy Show” has breached the requirements of the Broadcasting Acts for fairness, objectivity and impartiali ... discuss

I've tried many a time, in these pages to describe what it was like in my previous life.  Or in what you could call my life before the cross.  I've failed every time.  It is extremely d ... discuss

For those who followed me on Social media, I’ve been pretty clear what I’m against when it comes to the 2016 Presidential race, but I’ve had less to say about who I’m for since ... discuss

Are you one of those who identify as prolife about abortion? You want to help abolish abortion? You have an opportunity to do just that. It takes just a matter of minutes. Your signature. Your sha ... discuss

Tuesday – Lent 2Mark 6:35-56Sermon for Pastors Circuit Meeting (Winkel)February 23, 2016There's an old story about a husband and wife waking up on a Sunday morning, and the wife is busy get ... discuss

TweetBy Janelle Van HierdenImagine knowing you were unwanted. The realization that you were one of the lucky ones. That somehow you didn’t deserve to be alive. Imagine looking at the body of a tiny, ... discuss

The Centers for Disease Control acknowledges that:    "The most common symptoms of Zika are fever, rash, joint pain, or conjunctivitis (red eyes). Other common symptoms include mu ... discuss

It has to be painfully obvious to anyone with any knowledge of national defense issues that the United States Army, like the rest of the armed forces, is in dire need of a complete, top to bottom, res ... discuss

“Presidents come and go, but the Supreme Court goes on forever.” So advised a man who ought to know, William Howard Taft. After serving as President of the United States, Taft went on to s ... discuss

Remember that graphic I shared at the beginning of 2016 that said… “Count your blessings instead of your crosses?” Then it went on to ask you to add up gains instead of losses, joys ... discuss

There has been much "giving" and some painful "taking away" these last few weeks at our shelter for street children, Mercy House.  I am both sad and happy to share the events with you in hopes th ... discuss

I recently came across a meme in my Facebook feed that depicted a sad, small, dirty child with a plastic spoon in his mouth. The tag read, “Imagine a world where ‘pro-life’ efforts ... discuss

I recently came across a meme in my Facebook feed that depicted a sad, small, dirty child with a plastic spoon in his mouth. The tag read, “Imagine a world where ‘pro-life’ efforts ... discuss

Liam Gibson, SPUC NorthernIreland officerIt's good to share good news this morning with visitors to my blog:The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children, the UK’s largest pro-life organisation ... discuss

TweetBy Pieter Bos“What do you think about abortion?” I asked Carter, a student at Western University.“To be extremely honest,” Carter responded, “I haven’t really thought about it that mu ... discuss

by Fr. Vladimir Anderson – Life is an uphill struggle; the path is narrow and difficult. There are many obstacles, precipices and steep cliff faces along the way. Progress is often slow and seem ... discuss

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenYou know you work in the pro-life movement when you don’t know where the best beaches or party spots in Florida are, but you know almost every campus like the back of your ... discuss




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