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About once a year I go through a phase—a deliberate phase—in which I evaluate our family finances to see where we’re doing well and where we aren’t doing so well. I especially look for ... discuss

Our smartphones have become Swiss army knife–like appliances that include a dictionary, calculator, web browser, email, Game Boy, appointment calendar, voice recorder, guitar tuner, weather forecast ... discuss

Alexandra NunezAlexandra Nunez was a 37-year-old single mom from New Jersey. On January 25, 2010, she told her family that she was going to a doctor's office in Newark for a procedure to remove a cyst ... discuss

TweetBy Justina Van MarenWhether doing “Choice” Chain, the Genocide Awareness Project (GAP), dropping anti-abortion postcards, or doing a presentation, there is one question that never fails to ap ... discuss

Day 2 is now complete and I have been 100% paleo for 2 days.I learned how mindless I can be in my eating, as I caught myself reaching for the M&M dispenser on someone's desk.  I think that Paleo ... discuss

Well, I did my first day of all Paleo.  Hanscom Warrior Training Center (HWTC Crossfit) (http://www.hanscomwarriortraining.org/) is doing a 33 day paleo challenge.  Here are the rules of our ... discuss

I have very little information on the first death today from the Cemetery of Choice. The March 1990 Bernadell Technical Bulletin says that 17-year-old Glenna Jean Fox underwent a second trim ... discuss

www.gargaro.com/libforlife.htmlBy Mike Cummings Is it possible to be liberal and pro-life? Not according to most pro-choice advocates. They argue that no liberal is a good liberal unless she ... discuss

Vatican City, Jan 17, 2015 / 06:10 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On his return flight from the Philippine city of Tacloban to Manila, where he met with and shared in the suffering of typhoon survivors, Pope Fr ... discuss

During lunch I noticed the activity in my news reader regarding an interview Pope Francis gave today on the airplane. I had already come to the conclusion that if pope’s never again gave an inte ... discuss

Aboard the papal plane, Jan 15, 2015 / 11:58 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Speaking to journalists aboard the Jan. 15 flight from Sri Lanka to the Philippines, Pope Francis discussed his trip, his recent canon ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - Jan. 14, 2015:The House convened at 9 AM.The House immediately took up and passed at 12:05 PM, after approving amendments as detailed below, H.R. 240 (236 - 191) — "Makin ... discuss

My oldest grandson (13) giveshis mom (my daughter)a kissGrowing old has increasing times where I find myself happy and sad at the same moment. It all revolves around love and the passage of time. ... discuss

Thursday after Epiphany(Click here for readings)By SOPHIE DRUFFNERBeloved, we love God because he first loved us.  If anyone says, "I love God," but hates his brother, he is a liar..."My house is ... discuss

The women’s magazine, Cosmopolitan, promotes abortion-on-demand every chance they get; and their writers are primarily, dare I say it, abortion extremists. For example, in 2013, a writer for the ma ... discuss

Many of you can relate with me when I say the words, “school lunch.” I have toured all across America speaking in public high schools and the first thing that brings me back to my childhood is by ... discuss

Rome, Italy, Jan 6, 2015 / 04:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A priest on the papal flight for Pope Francis' upcoming visit to the Philippines said the country is anxiously awaiting the pontiff and are antici ... discuss

This is heavy on breads, eggs, and cheese because those are easy to spread when you don’t know how many people you’re having for dinner. The wedding is Saturday. People should start arrivi ... discuss

We love free books and hope you do, too, so we share some of our finds here several times a week. These are affiliate links, so if you need something at Amazon, we do appreciate it if you click throu ... discuss

The title of this post, as you see, is ‘Academic Goals When Studying Shakespeare….” The ellipses are there for a reason. The rest of that sentence is ‘have I none.’ There ... discuss

Yes, we love free books. We hope you do, too. Books are free at the time I found the links and pasted them here. This changes sometimes, so be sure to note the price before you add it to your cart. S ... discuss

The Rebelution is one of my favorite blogs. I love the continual reminder to do hard things, especially as young people. So when I heard about my neighbor Christian Osterhout’s story, I knew I want ... discuss

Looking for my upcoming speaking appearances? Click here!/>I would like to extend my deepest thanks to the anonymous angel or angels who answered the request I made in my "Life in Eden" update to help ... discuss

One day in August 2012, an e-mail popped into my inbox from Father Josef (Joe) Hegglin, M.S.C., a Swiss German Missionary of the Sacred Heart working in Nitra, Slovakia. He wrote:During the last 9 yea ... discuss

“It’s 8:23. Now it’s 8:25. It’s 8:29. Do you know what time it is? It’s 8:31. Now do you know what time it is? It’s 8:33″ Etc. and etc, and etc. Nod got a ne ... discuss

As everyone knows the staff at ALL Chipotle restaurants is probably 99.9% Hispanic. These brave officers who lay their lives on the line each and every day to Protect & Serve, can not go in to a rest ... discuss

Newsweek magazine decided to greet the start of 2015 with a massive cover story on the Bible. For decades now, major newsmagazines have tended to feature cover articles timed for Christmas and Easter, ... discuss

35 Easy Weeknight Dinners – The Recipes for Mexican Food and The Mexican Dinner Recipes Edition (Quick and Easy Dinner Recipes – The Easy Weeknight Dinners Collection) Reader Review; Auth ... discuss

Jeane and Paul Briggs have 34 children. Had they had them naturally that might set some sort of record, but 29 of the couple’s children are kids they adopted from other countries in difficult ci ... discuss

We went to Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston yesterday for my semi annual checkup. After receiving wonderful news from the surgeon who treated my ocular melanoma, my daughter Gabbi took me ... discuss

The following commentary written by a leader of the Ohio Liberty Movement and the Portage County Tea Party was emailed to me over the weekend. Tom Zawistowski is a fervent patriot who wants ... discuss

I did a BIG List of Lunch Ideas Post a year or so ago – right before we began our journey to live a more “paleo-ish” lifestyle and ditch inflammatory grains and disease-and-obesity- ... discuss

What do Kermit Gosnell, Krishna Rajanna, and Robert Alexander all have in common? Aside from being quacktastic abortionists, I mean.The answer? They're quacktastic abortionists whose quackery was only ... discuss

This Newsletter for December 2014 is a look back over the year's achievements AND a call to action for 2015 to continue the LIFE momentum in Iowa! Mark your calendars for Saturday, January 17, 2015 f ... discuss

f="http://liveactionnews.org/the-kansas-clinic-that-operated-under-horrific-conditions-planned-parenthood-ignores-complaints/" target="_blank">Safe & Legal The following is a letter, reproduced her in ... discuss

Do you ever get that feeling like you don’t have much to offer? Like what you have to give or the talents you have aren’t enough to make any difference? Do feel like, as just one person out s ... discuss

The Pro Life movement is a cause that has a lot of support from young women on college (and even high school) campuses everywhere. Speaking their minds and supporting a Christian cause like this does ... discuss

Here, Nicholas Carr explains why Google and Yahoo have an active interest in subsidizing the creation of free internet content:The enforcers of the new model are the search-based ad-placement services ... discuss

They're showing up. I saw my first pilgrim-protesters this morning, a group of teenagers and a couple of nuns on a street corner in Chinatown. I overheard my first reference between two people their o ... discuss

Or rather: How do I eat well as a grad student?Because I have NO IDEA. Yesterday, I googled "how to eat well in grad school" and got lots of sites that told me how important it was to be sure to eat w ... discuss

I never actually thought it would work, but after spending a huge amount on a major trip to the grocery store this week, I googled "Free Stuff." Or "Where to get free stuff." Something like that. I en ... discuss

Speculating on what Republicans may run for office a year from now is usually a task reserved for crazy right wing bloggers like Kinkade and myself. But for some reason the left leaning blogging crowd ... discuss

John Brummett writes about a familiar topic on his blog today, the troubled news industry and its relationship to bloggers. Brummett, continuing the parasitic cycle by quoting from Salon, says “if n ... discuss

In case you haven’t noticed, I backed away from space exploration writing and podcasting for more or less 2 years now. I found myself getting bogged down in bad politics, disappointing announcem ... discuss

I have been spending quite a lot of time looking at nutrition recently and I thought it would be interesting to record and analyse what I eat each day to see how well I am actually doing rather than j ... discuss

(Yesterday's post has now been updated.)Today we were visiting my Auntie for most of the day so I only had breakfast and dinner at home. I had:BreakfastBaked porridge (oatmeal)Orange juiceTeaMid morn ... discuss

Today I discovered a slight glitch with the nutritional software. It seems that when I use single serving sizes to create my "menu" in the software, those nutrients which are displayed only to one si ... discuss

BreakfastBaked PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchFruit loaf with Clementine Spread30g dark chocolateOrange juiceKombuchaDinnerPorkPeas and carrotsMashed potatoPeach yoghurtButtered fruit loafOrange ... discuss

BreakfastEgg on toastOrange juiceTeaLunchBreadCamembertOlivesFruit loaf with marmaladeFruit, nut and chocolate mixOrange juiceKombuchaDinnerPork chopButtered boiled potatoesPeas and carrotsOrange juic ... discuss

BreakfastSourdough soaked pancakes. Normally these would be buttermilk soaked but we were out of buttermilk (and plain yoghurt which would be my alternative) so I soaked the mixture overnight with re ... discuss

BreakfastApple and Sultana PorridgeOrange JuiceTeaKombuchaLunchEgg on ToastFruit, Nut and Chocolate MixOrange JuiceDinnerLamb HotpotBanana loafOrange juiceKombuchaTeaNutritional Analysis ... discuss

Edit: I eventually remembered I'd had a packet of crisps my husband gave me in the evening so I've added it in and now the nutritional information looks a bit more normal.We were meant to have spicy p ... discuss

Today I'm posting before the end of the day although after dinner so some detail may change. (I have now added 30g chocolate into the nutritional analysis.)Breakfast Apple and Sultan ... discuss

BreakfastBaked Porridge served with yoghurtOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunch Almond butter and banana sandwichOrange juiceMid Afternoon snackFruit, nut ... discuss

BreakfastBaked porridge served with yoghurtOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchChicken sandwichOrange juiceDinnerSpinach and Bean curry served with riceOrange juiceKombuchaEvening SnacksFruit nut and chocolat ... discuss

Since two of my meals on Saturday and one meal on Sunday were provided by other people, I can't really enter them into the software for nutritional analysis so instead I am posting details of all six ... discuss

BreakfastToasted sourdough fruit loaf with home made low sugar marmaladeTeaOrange juiceKombuchaLunch Tinned Sardines in Tomato Sauce on sourdough toastOrange juice30g Chocolate ... discuss

I've got rather behind on these for various reasons so I'm just going to post what I ate and the nutritional information and then put any comments on the Day Twenty One when I do the weekly average.Br ... discuss

BreakfastBaked PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchPate on sourdough toastLacto-fermented cucumberBanana loafOrange juiceSnackFruit/Nut/Chocolate mix without the hazelnutsDinnerSlow cooker roast chick ... discuss

This is where the quality of my food goes downhill because my husband took time off work and we were on "holiday" at home. As before italics indicate food not made at home.BreakfastBaked porridgeOran ... discuss

BreakfastApple and Sultana PorridgeOrange juiceKombuchaTeaLunchToasted sourdough fruit loaf with marmalade (I wasn't very hungry which isn't surprising considering my calorie intake the previous day w ... discuss

This is a guest post written by my friend. Having worked with children with autism myself I am appalled at the treatment of her family for what I would consider to be fairly "normal" and not particul ... discuss

"To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, an ... discuss

President Bush and Pope Benedict met at the Vatican on June 9, 2007. Mr Bush and the Pope shook hands and posed for photographs ahead of talks in Pope Benedict's private library. In brief exchanges, ... discuss

Lest you think I’ve disappeared, I thought I would check in and share a little about my Thanksgiving week. I’m pretty sure it will be better than last week. Last week was a good week to b ... discuss

I will admit, I did not know about this #GraceOfYesDay until the pre-dawn hours this morning. I've been so disconnected from Catholic social media (thanks for that, COMD program... more on that in a b ... discuss

There was a poor old Irish cobbler whose shop was next door to a very upscale French restaurant.Every day at lunch time, Mike, the Irish gent, would go out the back of his shop and eat his soda bread ... discuss

The Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Movement began in America in October 1988 (less than a year before I was born), when President Ronald Reagan designated the month of October as Pregnancy and ... discuss

This week was the week my teenagers took their first high-school standardized test: the PSAT. It was the bomb that went off in our week. I like to see where my kids are regardless of the fact that w ... discuss

This will be the last in this series, as the author, Brandon Christen, has indicated this is his last part. He seems to have forgotten his desire to respond to the argument from ageism, but I guess we ... discuss

The Pro-Life Healthcare Alliance, a program of Human Life Alliance, is excited to announce this one day event hosting&nb ... discuss

After an evening of hourly wakings from a baby girl who just can't seem to adjust to the back and forth schedule between her parents and her foster parents, at 5:41 am I am awakened to "MOOOOOOOOOOOMM ... discuss

My daughter had a very big six days last week: Monday – auditioned for play “Beauty Lou and the Country Beast” (part of the Missoula Children’s Theatre tour program); won role ... discuss

It’s show time! We have to be at the school by 11am for costumes and makeup. Then a full dress rehearsal. A non-messy lunch and only water to drink (they will be in costume). First show at 3pm a ... discuss

My daughter had a very big six days last week: Monday – auditioned for play “Beauty Lou and the Country Beast” (part of the Missoula Children’s Theatre tour program); won role ... discuss

The latest victim of the Obama nanny state is a popular school snack that had been around for a long time.  From Fox News: School children in Elyria, Ohio are mourning the demise of a 40-year traditi ... discuss

Now that things are (hopefully) calming down in Ferguson, with the help of appropriately attired Highway patrol officers, I think it’s time to come up with a better term for the use of military ... discuss

With Aunt Donelda in town for Will's birthday, we took advantage of the great weather and all went to Muskogee's River Country water park. We spent most of our time on the Willow Creek lazy river ... discuss

About four years ago, in Confession with my former pastor and employer, I was given a very solid piece of advice.  I don’t recommend going to Confession with one’s employer, and the boss ... discuss

The principle of subsidiarity is why we must be careful blaming "society" for the sins of an individual, or letting the state take over for the individual accepting responsibility."In God's sight ever ... discuss

"Let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up gathering together as some are in the HABIT of doing but encouraging one another. All the more as the Day appr ... discuss

In case you haven’t noticed, I backed away from space exploration writing and podcasting for more or less 2 years now. I found myself getting bogged down in bad politics, disappointing announcem ... discuss

o'illegal - o'naive Utopian Dream: Make U.S. A 3rd World Country, Open Doors WideA Bad Dream    "Immigration Reform" is not.  It is de facto amnesty.  President Reagan erred g ... discuss

In October of 1956 my grandfather Des Nichols, a life-long resident of Rockton himself, attended an auction at the homestead of a Rockton pioneer family, the old Clizbe place at the corner of Clizbe A ... discuss

In light of the USDA's takeover of Lunch Lady Land, we discuss James Madison's argument in Federalist 45 that the sum total of power granted to the national government in the Constitution would not en ... discuss

This is quite "old" as this was done last year, but better post it than never, no?This is the relic of St. Celestine V, the humble monk elected pope who then resigned after a few months as pope to ret ... discuss

Pope Francis had lunch in Bethlehem today with Palestinian families in the Franciscan Convent of Casa Nova. The composition of the families is as follows: 1. George SBEIT and his wife Shadia with t ... discuss

Yes folks, I believe that Barack Obama’s presidency has been a total failure; and today I want to list all the many reasons why (from my point of view anyway). HE’S SO VAIN So let’s begin our li ... discuss

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"The whole earth is the Lord's, and the fullness thereof,the world and all those who dwell therein."Psalm 24:1This has been and promises to be a  difficult and yet joyful week for our family. &nb ... discuss

Two years ago today, I boarded an airplane and flew across the country to meet my son. It was a day and an experience I'll never forget. The months leading up to the adoption were fast, furious and ... discuss

 This photo was taken back in the states at my friend Anthione's birthday party.   There was a lot more of me to love.This was taken last week at a restaurant outside Mall of Asia with ... discuss

Everyone relax.  I’m here. See?  I knew how worried you were. The last month has been an adventure, but a good one.  With Vision Forum closed, Perry’s job of 10 years came to an end. ... discuss

So about a year ago I started bookmarking stories that I happened to notice about "weapons" and schools. This is not something where I went out and looked for them, so I'm sure this is not an exhausti ... discuss

Well it's been one of those days here at our home. Daylight Savings Time is a cruel joke and we've all been struggling to find our normal. The babies have been fighting a cold and I am still recover ... discuss

Yesterday we drove through a snowstorm an hour and a half to the cancer center where I was to have my follow up appointment and consultation with an oncologist. We got there late and I was already fr ... discuss

An old German Shepherd starts chasing rabbits and before long, discovers that he's lost. Wandering about, he notices a panther heading rapidly in his direction with the intention of having lunchThe ol ... discuss

Dear Tony's Meat Market,Today, your business made a terrible decision. Sidewalk counselors in Denver saw your truck pull in to Denver's house of child sacrifice ~ Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood in ... discuss

“Fascinating!” “Awesome!” “I loved it!” These are just some of the comments that sum up the reaction of the dozens of teens and adults who attended our TeenSpeak ... discuss

                      I received  \"The New Inglenook Cookbook\" (Brethren Press, 2013) fo ... discuss

My French-loving daughter found this a while back from this site; hellogiggles.com.  I keep going back to look at it, and in my never ending quest to minimize, I found some other helpful related sit ... discuss

Does everyone constantly use the F-word these days or what?  I mean, seriously, if I had a dime for every time I heard or had the word spoken to me in the last week, I’d have a new car.  IR ... discuss

On February 1st, 1960, 4 freshman at North Carolina A&T University courageously sat down at the “whites-only” counter, they knew they wouldn’t be served at. Despite the looks and sneers fro ... discuss

Reality TV show Duck Dynasty is inspiring students to pray in schools across the country, according to 16-year-old "Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson.Sadie said students are now forming "Duck Dynasty Club ... discuss

Taking some time away from blogging, social media, for a while. ... discuss

It was once a common practice of saloons in America to provide a “free lunch” to patrons who had purchased at least one drink. Many foods on offer were high in salt (ham, cheese, salted cr ... discuss

ABA Journal: "Brigantti-Hughes had obtained permission to hold a Bible study and prayer group during lunch hour at the courthouse, but the requests for staff prayers were made at other times during re ... discuss

Quinnipiac Poll: 55% of registered voters (59% of Independent registered voters) do not think the Obama Administration is competent. 43% (38% of Independents) think it is. Today In Washington, D.C. - ... discuss

Wake up at 5:00AM.  Grind out 5,000 yards in the pool. Cram in some homework. Attend six academic classes. Sneak in lunch during biology lab. Meet for Student Government. Pump out an article for the ... discuss

This year's pro-life activities kick off with a bang in New Mexico with many important events in the next two weeks. Protest ABQ will meet to assemble signs and plan their first protest on this Saturd ... discuss

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's rigid Buy American rules on tuna are having a negative impact on companies that can the favorite fish - specifically within the school-lunch market, The Hill repor ... discuss

I have two close friends with whom I meet regularly for lunch. One is a fellow Catholic, and not a native Southerner. I’ll call her Beth. The other is a Protestant I’ve known most of my life. I ... discuss

If anyone had told me five years ago that I would be celebrating my 2014 New Year's Eve at my own house in The Philippines, I would have told him he was crazy AND that's it's not nice to give false ho ... discuss

DUI sobriety checkpoints, also known as roadblocks, are one of those things that sound good until you think it through. No one wants drunk drivers on the road. But no one wants texters or people eatin ... discuss

  Pro-life women under 40 know that abor ... discuss

After my post on Impractical Catholic, “Conservative ‘cafeteria Catholics’ on parade”, got linked into Facebook, my fellow Catholic Stand writer, screenwriter/producer John Darrouzet, asked me ... discuss

Happy Thanksgiving from the Pro-Life Unity team! If you live in the Northern Virginia area, then join us at at our Black Friday Face the Truth at the Malls event.  Pro-Life Unity held t ... discuss

Today marks the 50th anniversary of 3 people who in their own way have had a huge influence on our politics & culture in general.Most of the attention has been paid to the assassination of JFK. While ... discuss

I remember it as if it were just happening:I was a young mother with two small children.  Three and one.   I went to a mother's morning out at a local church and met a hostof new women. ... discuss

Links of interest rounded up daily. In today's edition, the nanny state strikes again, advice from a father to son, twenty years of leadership, and more.******************Dr. Albert Mohler reflects on ... discuss

NSA Headquarters by Alan Caruba: With all the dramatics by Germany, Argentina, and the leaders of other nations protesting that the National Security Agency is spying on them, the experts on espi ... discuss

foundationlife.net“You’re not becoming a vegetarian, are you?” said a friend who was actually scowling at me, when I ordered a salad at lunch. I wasn’t, as it happened, but onl ... discuss

Here is a collection of recipes I found, mostly from other Pinterest site: a lot of them are from popular vegan recipe sites, like 'Oh She Glows' , 'Fragrant Vanilla Cake' and 'The Simple Veganista'. ... discuss

         "But we have this treasure in earthen vessels  to show that this all-surpassing power is from GOD and not from US"  2 Cor. 4:7 I can't r ... discuss

The Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Movement began in America in October 1988 (less than a year before I was born), when President Ronald Reagan designated the month of October as Pregnancy and In ... discuss

Shortly before leaving Philadelphia in September, I made two special stops with the Black Madonna – one a very pleasant place, and the other a house of horrors. First, I visited the Holy Spirit Ador ... discuss

Today, we reverted to an old family tradition: we spent almost the entire morning doing morning chores, cleaning bedrooms, and catching up on laundry because we let things fall apart over the weekend. ... discuss

They're showing up. I saw my first pilgrim-protesters this morning, a group of teenagers and a couple of nuns on a street corner in Chinatown. I overheard my first reference between two people their o ... discuss

Or rather: How do I eat well as a grad student?Because I have NO IDEA. Yesterday, I googled "how to eat well in grad school" and got lots of sites that told me how important it was to be sure to eat w ... discuss

I never actually thought it would work, but after spending a huge amount on a major trip to the grocery store this week, I googled "Free Stuff." Or "Where to get free stuff." Something like that. I en ... discuss

Last week our 17 year old  managed to step on a chewed and dried up piece of animal skull out in the yard that slid about half an inch into her foot- lengthwise, just under the skin. It was deep enou ... discuss

This Albuquerque restaurant offers more than the normal fare, and its owner is really something. A few Friday nights ago, I was in Albuquerque to speak at a gathering of our New Mexico Centurions cl ... discuss

Public News Hub: The city of Nairobi in Kenya resembles a war zone after a group of heavily armed terrorists walked into the Westgate Mall and opened fire on patrons. The attack began without warning ... discuss

This week I had a fun (well, fun for me) freelance writing assignment about having compassion when taking care of aging loved ones. Even though I may still be in my 20s, most of you lovely readers kno ... discuss

The Euthanasia Symposium 2013 is at the Renaissance Marriott hotel in downtown Toronto November 8 - 9, 2013.  Link. Come meet the world leaders and learn from their experienc ... discuss

The Fall Symposium of the University of St. Thomas School of Law Journal of Law and Public Policy Fall Symposium will be “From Abortion to Infanticide: The Gosnell Trial” It will be held F ... discuss

The Tonight Show With Jay LenoI’ve lost some weight. I am on that new Obama diet. Every day I let Vladimir Putin eat my lunch. This joke is courtesy of NewsMax.com which periodically se ... discuss

I've been stressing over the whole grad school situation for several weeks now. I keep going back and forth for many reasons but mostly because of fear and because I don't know what God's will for me ... discuss

Eric Buehrer by Bethany Monk, CitizenLink: As children ease back into the rhythm of school, former teacher Eric Buehrer offers some tips to help parents enjoy a positive, encouraging beginning th ... discuss

So, reality is that with five children some days are better than others. Most days have their moments, and I have learned to just breathe and buckle down and get it done. Today...well...today is one ... discuss

At this July’s National Education Association (NEA) annual convention in Atlanta, T-shirt clad teachers pushed advocacy and debated lunch options. Explicit rap music blasted over speakers, and atten ... discuss

ORLANDO, Florida (www.forerunner.com) — The Florida Board of Medicine has given a “slap on the wrist” to Randall Whitney, an abortionist who was arrested in 2011 and charged with ag ... discuss

Last week, I told you some good news about the real, tangible, life-saving impact your gifts and support for Alliance Defending Freedom are having on pro-life efforts coast to coast. But, of course, f ... discuss

Yesterday, Sa.24Aug13, in a Barnes & Noble book store, I saw an interesting example of revisionist propaganda:  A large 'coffee table' book entitled "The Founding Fathers" - its cover page w ... discuss

Christ is Core “I will spit on anyone who says homosexuality is a sin!” So said my lunch companion. The provocation? I had just revealed I was a Christian. I hadn’t mentioned the topic ... discuss

Yesterday I met an old college friend for lunch. We had been in touch by e-mail, but we live in different cities and hadn't actually met face-to-face in a couple of years.We talked about some life cha ... discuss

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenFew writers have the breadth and scope of Canadian-born commentator Mark Steyn. He calls himself “The One-Man Global Content Provider,” and he is easily one of the most p ... discuss

I hope you’ll excuse my absence last Thursday.  I was with my sweetheart, celebrating our 21st anniversary.  He was able to take the day off, so we enjoyed a leisurely, low-key day together. ... discuss

On August 5, Feast of Our Lady of the Snow, I led members of my English prayer groups (around 40 people) on a day trip from Cloverdale to Mission. We began with the 9 am Mass @ Precious Blood, followe ... discuss

--1-- The Day Started with a Bad AttitudeWhile setting the table for breakfast, "I should take a nap."After the workout, "I deserve a nap."Staring at the lunch dishes, "I'd rather nap."--2-- Interrupt ... discuss

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Jul 26, 2013 / 03:41 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Friday morning, Pope Francis will meet with five imprisoned Argentinean youths he has kept in touch with, even though he is now the ... discuss

Yesterday I went out into the backyard with a bottle of frozen water, sat down in a lawn chair, and watched night fall.  This week in July is historically the worst week of summer, and the week had l ... discuss

Creative Ways to Stand for LIFE with Iowa Right to Life!  (This list is certainly non-exhaustive!)  Order your Choose Life license plates from your county DOT office!  Participate in 40 ... discuss

-- Today is the 96th anniversary of the Fatima children's vision of hell.  Hell is a place filled with the souls of persons who did not believe that there is a hell.-- The lower house of (formerl ... discuss

Pentecost 4 – June 16th, 2013Luke 7:36 - 8:3Trinity, Millstadt, IL"Big Sinner. Big Savior"The contrast couldn't be clearer. The self-righteous pharisee and the sinful woman, grieving at the feet of ... discuss

Is there a good reason for abortion?  A woman has been raped.  The parents can't financially support the baby.  The baby will have defects.  The mother is going to die anyway. &nbs ... discuss

It looks like the Hillary Clinton replacing Joe Biden on the Obama ticket chatter hit a crescendo a couple of weeks ago. Valerie Jarret, the power behind the throne of the White House offered Clinton ... discuss

The Pro Life movement is a cause that has a lot of support from young women on college (and even high school) campuses everywhere. Speaking their minds and supporting a Christian cause like this does ... discuss

Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally, Concord NH, Federal Courthouse at the corner of Pleasant & South Streets, Friday 6/8 at noon. Go tweet that to your friends & neighbors and - this is important - ... discuss

Today was of course very eventful. We went to Dr Tracey's (mum's gynae) again in the morning, 2nd time this week because mum's blood pressure was borderline high (not a good sign, could be dangerous f ... discuss

Dad is clearing leave these last 2 weeks of Dec and we decided to visit another church, Covenant EFC (Woodlands) for Christmas service. This year, Christmas Day falls on Sunday, so it's really special ... discuss

How can all your children hear you at one time, for example, when you all sit down to eat dinner? The only moment when we are all together is around the dining room table. The kids are very happy be ... discuss

“YOU ARE LOVED BY GOD”SEATTLE MEN’S CONFERENCE –Saturday, March, 2, 2013  It was the first of its kind here in Western Washington was held at St. Mary of the Valley in Monroe.  Days ... discuss

I was thinking about this today during lunch. The LGBT along with its ‘so-called’ christian supporters tell us that Jesus never said anything about homosexuality and that if Jesus, frien ... discuss

For the second time in the UK, the "School of Mary" offers: The First level Course Initiation into Spiritual Life - 2013 Description: The 7 days (7x6h = 42 hours) of lectures for the "Initiation into ... discuss

This blog’s Matthew Flannagan is scheduled to speak alongside Dr Glenn Peoples, Dr Chris Tucker, Sean du Toit and Jacqui Lloyd at this Friday’s one day Auckland conference Advance: Explor ... discuss

Therese woke up the next morning before anyone else.  She ate her breakfast and packed a bag with everything she thought she might need.  She brought food and clothes and money for her trip ... discuss

I have a confession to make. I have not been online much in the past two weeks (and especially last week) because I've felt burnt out on social networks. After my lunch date with my good friend (and o ... discuss

Benji Backer, a 15-year-old attending Wisconsin public schools, is a victim of bullying. Backer spells out the harassment in his essay, posted at Freedom Works. He's been dealing with the abuse since ... discuss

Like our Facebook page and then you can leave your questions for other Q and A Thursdays! Q.  What are your favorite books for the preschool age, and why? I have listed many of our favorites with so ... discuss

There is so much talk of Good Friday and Resurrection (Easter) Sunday, but very few people actually talk about Saturday and what happened in between the two. I wonder why that is? Saturday is the pivo ... discuss

Keeping up with Holy Week, here is an EXCELLENT piece on the LOGIC of the Cross. This is logic that it is really quite hard to argue with. Again, my thanks to my very dear and recently departed friend ... discuss

I was in frigid Green Bay, Wisconsin yesterday for a closing event that included a march outside the hospital that does abortions in that city. It’s a cause for rejoicing when 40 Days for Life volun ... discuss

I know I'm a little behind on blogging this fact, but it seems so perfectly congruous with this particular blog (I do blog at several other places where this fact has been mentioned) that I figured I ... discuss

…and doing well. We've just been busy, busy, busy. The baby came home on the 12th of February and I've scarcely had a moment to catch my breath, let alone gathering my thoughts together enough ... discuss

Today, after church, we ate lunch at Ruby Tuesday. Besides having the best salad bar and most amazing croutons, they also have great barbecue ribs. I can never decide between their classic barbecue ... discuss

“Amazing!” “Really inspiring!” “I loved it!” These are just some of the comments that sum up the reaction of the more than 150 teens and adults who attended TeenSpeak 2013 on ... discuss

Maddy and Zach came home to visit this weekend and cheer me up.  It's such a blessing with Barbara gone that she left me with the legacy of our children. We went to see the Hobbit, which I foun ... discuss

I can't believe it's almost February! Like I said in one of my earlier posts, we plan to take down our Christmas/Happy Birthday Jesus decorations on February 2, the Feast of the Presentation of the Lo ... discuss

16 April 1963   My Dear Fellow Clergymen:   While confined here in the Birmingham city jail, I came across your recent statement calling my present activities “unwise and untimely.R ... discuss

The two deaths we commemorate today were of beneficiaries of the legalization of abortion.Glenna Jean Fox, age 17,  underwent a second trimester abortion at the hands of Dr. Morris Wortman in Jan ... discuss

A joyous and Merry CHRISTmas to all, from Hyscience. We will not be posting on Christmas day, and the rest of this evening I'll be resting up for midnight mass. Meanwhile, remember CHRIST is the reas ... discuss

I have wanted so badly to share all that is going on with my husband and older children on this trip to The Philippines!  There has been awesome ministry, times of rest and relaxation, visits wit ... discuss

Today, December 6, is the memorial day of St. Nicholas, or St. Nicholas Day. St. Nicholas was a bishop of Myra, and is actually the "origin" of the modern-day Santa Claus. (I wrote a piece titled ... discuss

Morton Blackwell and Over 100 Other Leading Conservatives was sent via the Coalitions for America to U.S. House and Senate Republicans: An Open Letter to U.S. House and Senate RepublicansDear Republic ... discuss

The next-to-last time I saw Zig Ziglar, I was one of 17,000 in attendance at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California, where he was speaking as part of a program of superstars, including Colin Powell, ... discuss

Q&A is here again.  I wish every week could be Q&A, because on those weeks I can pick the questions that I actually have an answer for.  I can also skip the ones that make me cringe in a “ooo ... discuss

Over 80 student pro-life leaders flooded Chicago, IL on October 20th, 2012. Hosted by Loyola Students for Life on the downtown campus, students from 16 schools gathered to learn how to save lives at t ... discuss

This article from Family Edge describes the problem of childhood obesity with relation to day care.The French-Canadian province of Quebec has a big stake in this information because 15 years ago it ro ... discuss

Reading a Frank Beckwith article ("The Explanatory Power of the Substance View of Persons" Christian Bioethics 10.1 (2004):  33-54. ), I came across a following helpful, clear, four-part definiti ... discuss

By Thomas A. Schatz: The lame-duck session is underway, and among the many legislative proposals that Congress may consider is the Dairy Market Stabilization Program (DMSP), a misguided “supply m ... discuss

One week ago today, we learned the results of this year's general election, including that of President of the United States. As forty-eight percent of the population were stunned by the results the f ... discuss

Libby Anne at Patheos is trying to explain how she, as a supposedly Students for Life president, changed her worldview on abortion over a lunch break based on one article in the New York Times.  ... discuss

Reprinted by license. Back in February, I wrote a post arguing that the “war on women” angle had more potential to damage Barack Obama’s re-election bid than it did to hurt the eventual Rep ... discuss

URGENT: The Helpers of God's Precious Infants (HGPI) will hold their next pro-life vigil in Stratford, East London, this Saturday. The first vigil held in Stratford was a powerful act of witness. Howe ... discuss

Ever feel like you were just about to get run over by a fast train, coming down the tracks – right at you? That’s my week this week. Note to HOMESCHOOL CARNIVAL peeps: the blog carnival d ... discuss

I may be forced to become a vaccine hater just because of this story convincing me once and for all that most medical reporting isn't worth a warm bucket of hamster spit. Women overestimate effective ... discuss

I should begin by saying that I despise the term "Novus Ordo." It carries with it among Catholic traditionalists, certain pejorative associations, which I believe do a great injustice to what is, by a ... discuss

I know, I know.  It’s Thursday and the other Moms are way ahead of me.  I hope you already visited all 3 of them to see their Q&A while I was still sleeping  taking care of a newborn. I put ... discuss

The sun has just broken through, for the first time in a week.  It has been a harrowing time. Some have noticed that I haven’t been blogging much of late but it is not because I have died as di ... discuss

Some pro-choice blogs are abuzz over this post by Libby Anne in which she describes how she "Lost Faith in the ‘Pro-life' Movement." Libby Anne says her conversion into being in favor of legal abor ... discuss




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