Topic: sophomore

Very excited, I joined and became a member of the Sno-King Community Chorale tonight directed and conducted by the one and only Mr. Frank DeMiero.  Frank was my high school Men's Glee teache ... discuss

Seoul, South Korea, Aug 14, 2014 / 04:16 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Among the people who greeted Pope Francis at his arrival in South Korea was a father of an adolescent who wanted to be a priest but died i ... discuss

I looked back to see when the last last Simple Woman’s Daybook was posted and laughed when I discovered it was in 2011 after my 4th baby was born. I was cruising on postpartum fog into the gre ... discuss

For the record… The FBI recently put out their 2012 statistics. Hammers and fists are the number one & two weapons used in MURDERS….Papa Mike Hat Tip Mara Father of UCSB Shooting Victim R ... discuss

Monster Privilege. (© 2013 garsedj)Tal Fortgang is sick of being told to “check your privilege”. Fortgang, 20, is a sophomore at Princeton, which is just liberal enough to suffer a paper/website ... 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

“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

He is a former high school basketball star who set records at his school and in the state of Indiana. Looking forward to his sophomore year playing for Hope College, he pushed himself to stay in peak ... discuss

Lifesite News covers  the story of  Palatine High School sophomore, Abigail Cornejo’s tussle with her English teacher, David Valentino. The argument was over her choice to write an anti-aborti ... discuss

by Jean M. Heimann, M.S. TheologyOctober 1st is the feast of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, a saint who is very dear to my heart. Over the years, she has been a close friend and a powerful intercessor for ... discuss

“This shall be written for the generation to come: and a people which shall be created shall praise the LORD.” ERV   (Read this scripture and more at http://prayerpivot.com) It was spoken of ... discuss

Today’s story comes from Bethany Collins, a sophomore at Loyola. Bethany is very involved in the Service Committee with Loyola Students for Life. She tells us about her friend Erika’s choi ... discuss

Is it possible that the reason for the media's failure to cover arch-abortionist Kermit Gosnell's murder trial is that the details are too shocking and disgusting?  Seems hard to believe in an ag ... discuss

By now we've all heard (ad nauseum) about the Notre Dame vs Alabama football game this past weekend. (I'm still hearing about it at the office, from people who spent about as much time on a football f ... discuss

In Stores & Online Everywhere December 11th, 2012 Contact: Delson Holloway, 888-445-8708 ext 2, info@originalmanentertainmentgroup.com; www.IamTracyRandall.com NEW YORK, Nov. 26, 2012 /Christian ... discuss

You Can’t Judge His Salvation! - C. Michael Patton looks at whether we can legitimately state that a person is unsaved. “I am not the judge of whether someone is a Christian or not. I am n ... discuss

And keeping with the college football theme (and a nice dose for the SEC): Ohio State's Urban Meyer on one of his players: "He doesn't know the meaning of the word fear. In fact, I just saw his grade ... discuss

Poppy Livers is first Villanova player in 32 years to return a punt for a touchdown from www.villanova.com ATLANTA, Ga.--Sophomore wide receiver Poppy Livers (Seaside, ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, a saint who is very dear to my heart. Over the years, she has been a close friend and a powerful intercessor for me.Let me share a little abou ... discuss

SHIFT (Secular inquiry, Humanism and Free Thought), a student group at (apparently) the University of Utah, recently sponsored Sextravaganza, a seminar on the interaction between sex and religion. A ... discuss

Boston College has no problem taking care of Maine from www.bceagles.com/ BOSTON (AP) -- Junior quarterback Chase Rettig threw three touchdown passes, and sophomore Spif ... discuss

Starting with the last item of the title, you can't legislate morality. You can't make people like one another via laws & regulations. There ARE items needing legal support (if rape weren't a crime wo ... discuss

Contact, Erin McClellan, 503-460-5363, erinm@ocp.org PORTLAND, Ore., August 3, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Catholic music darling, Jackie François's newest CD, Divine Comedy (spiritandsong.com) ha ... discuss

o'factoid ...Things that make you go hmmm. -- rfh      At the time Dr. Ann Dunham [Obama] Soetoro was in Jakarta, she was working for the U.S. Agency for International Developme ... discuss

Yes, I spell "rumor" as rumour. I often prefer British English spellings. ;)I didn't post anything yesterday because of how well Tuesday's post was doing. Also, I am buying myself time for a guest pos ... discuss

Contact: Byron Love, 202-271-9121 WASHINGTON, July 23, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Posse 4 Christ, a popular Washington, DC area gospel band, celebrate ten years of original gospel music with their ... discuss

Part 1 is here.Today I'm taking a look at this question:"What did you think high school would look like for your oldest and how that has become a reality?"I'm not sure I had any idea what high school ... discuss

I was emailing a friend the other day about books on homeschooling, unschooling, and things in between. It is, after all, that time of year thou may'st in me behold, when curriculum catalogs, or ... discuss

Yesterday, I filed all my grades and handed in my grade book and teacher's manual.Summer has begun.Of course, as a teacher my summer includes:A week of training (starting Monday) for teaching our new ... discuss

With the recent publishing of For the Fame of God’s Name: Essays in Honor of John Piper, I started thinking about when I first started reading John Piper’s books. I was a sophomore in college ... discuss

baby girldominika! beauty inside & out.my favorite friend to prematurely plan weddings with.pro-life Bobcats. 2 alum, 1 senior, 1 sophomore.2 incoming freshmen, and 1 Fr. Brian.doing some yard work at ... discuss

That would be this blog.The top three reasons I was absent without leave:1. Life2. Life3. LifeLet's unpack that a little bit, shall we?1. Life = research and writing recently. The project? Still under ... discuss

Over the past few days there has been a great deal of interest in the blog post under the title More About Men and Abortion. The numbers in the previous entry give an indication. Clearly I have no ... discuss

Further documenting (as here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and the post that started it all here) my contention that sophomores write the President's speeches. The text of a speech ... discuss

Recently President Obama made this remarkable statement, “Ultimately, I'm confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that ... discuss

Recently President Obama made this remarkable statement, "Ultimately, I'm confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented, extraordinary step of overturning a law that wa ... discuss

A close look at the roots of Romney's -- and the Mormon church's -- political ambitions The White Horse Prophecy foresaw Mormons in politics.  (Credit: iStockphoto/66North/Reuters) ... discuss

Barbara Hoppert was a sixteen-year-old high school sophomore when she checked into Loma Linda University Hospital for an abortion. She was in the second trimester of her pregnancy, having the aborti ... discuss

Young America’s Foundation has released the 2012 update of their popular “Top Conservative Colleges” list.   The organization points out that this is not an exhaustive list of conser ... discuss

I keep tellin' ya the Prez' speechwriters are sophomores who speak in cliches and misquote history. Here's the latest egregious example. It's not just that the Prez maligned Rutherford Hayes using som ... discuss

While the pro-life view is not always popular in academia, especially at Ivy League institutions, some young people are setting out to change that. While raging pro-choice activists have had their run ... discuss

Last month Desiring God released a short, free ebook from John Piper titled, Exposing the Dark Work of Abortion. The book’s content was taken from three of his past sermons on abortion (he’s preac ... discuss

Last month Desiring God released a short, free ebook from John Piper titled, Exposing the Dark Work of Abortion. The book’s content was taken from three of his past sermons on abortion (he’s preac ... discuss

Free New Book on Happiness Research and Public Policy | The Moral Sciences Club | Big Think The Institution for Economic Affairs, a free-market British think-tank, has released a freely-downloadable ... discuss

I saw the following story in the FridayDaily Brief of the Capitol Hill Prayer Partners. Awoman named Pam . . . knows the painof considering abortion.More than 24 years ago, she and her husband Bob wer ... discuss

Two benefits of this season have been enjoyed in abundance at our home. First, we have had our entire family together for two weeks! And second, we have enjoyed reading Christmas cards, photos and l ... discuss

Kathleen Sebelius is a Catholic, at least nominally, as most people know. Sebelius recently spoke at a NARAL fundraiser saying, "We are in a war." And she is...with the targeted population being babie ... discuss

First Amendment in action at U of Rhode Island. Eric Casey, a sophomore at the U of Rhode Island (URI), is circulating a petition to overturn the First Amendment at the University of Rhode Island (U ... discuss

As a Michigan state senator, Gary Peters was so pro-abortion he voted against the partial birth abortion ban. His pro-death obsession extended to the other end of life. “He was probably the sena ... discuss

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Today is the feast of St. Therese of Lisieux, a saint that is very dear to my heart. Over the years, she has been a close friend and a powerful intercessor for me.Let me share a little about one of my ... discuss

Most who follow my blog know that for me to come out and name an institution and criticize it openly is not typical for me. And with the interest my recent post on Fairhaven has generated (more than 1 ... discuss

Gulag Bound By John C. Drew American Thinker  What would you do if you knew that the top Democrat running for president was lying about his past? That is the question I was faced with in 2008.  I ha ... discuss

Heroes of Flight 93Christian Adams – The 37-year-old husband and father from Biebelsheim, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, was flying to San Francisco for a wine-tasting event as part of his job as dir ... discuss

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It's time to give credit where credit is overdue.  I'm proud of my daughter and what she has made of this summer.  While she has had plenty of time to hang out with friends, eat pizza, swim, ... discuss

I love the Wisconsin State Fair.It's a fantastic event where people from all walks of life come together and just have fun. It's a respite from the nightmares and annoyances of daily life. For a day o ... discuss

This is disappointing news:An Evolving View of Natural Family Planning Josh Anderson for The New York Times Bethany Patchin, 30, at home with her four children. When younger, Ms. Patchin saw contra ... discuss

I deleted my Facebook post on campus Crusade last night after it generated a slew of comments in less than two hours. I did so for two reasons. First, my strongly worded post was over the top. It is o ... discuss

The Formerly Grey Lady has been on an anti-marriage crusade. Story after story aimed at convincing you there's nothing to it. The latest entry is this piece on how some leading Protestant spokesmen fo ... discuss

The residential facility for single pregnant women will break ground today on the campus of Belmont Abbey.It was a summer of romance and fear.A bittersweet mix that cast a long shadow through the year ... discuss

Image via WikipediaWorking as a full-time youth minister (and for the Church) I interact with a wide range of people. I interact with the teens in my program. I interact with their parents and other p ... discuss

Reading this book was like eating chocolate chip cookies freshly baked but short changed on the chips and salt. Everything in here was good, but there was enough missing to leave me dissatisfied. It's ... discuss

Image via WikipediaWorking as a full-time youth minister (and for the Church) I interact with a wide range of people. I interact with the teens in my program. I interact with their parents and other p ... discuss

Image via WikipediaWorking as a full-time youth minister (and for the Church) I interact with a wide range of people. I interact with the teens in my program. I interact with their parents and other p ... discuss

Absolutely brilliant! Please check my comments below. From today's Wall Street Journal:Why We're Going Back to Single-Sex Dorms Student housing has became a hotbed of reckless drinking and hooking u ... discuss

[Somewhere in the Catholic blogosphere, where they are finished hashing out (once again) whether women should wear veils in Church, or whether they should wear pants anywhere else, they turn to that s ... discuss

Caitlyn's Story    When we arrived at the Crisis Pregnancy Center office on Friday morning, there was a phone message that had been left an hour before from a woman asking if we accepte ... discuss

There are not many times, that I feel the need to fire up my copy of Microsoft Word to write blog opinion pieces.  However, considering what I just read; I feel that writing anything other, than a pr ... discuss

There are not many times, that I feel the need to fire up my copy of Microsoft Word to write blog opinion pieces.  However, considering what I just read; I feel that writing anything other, than a pr ... discuss

For over 75 years, a small, independent newspaper has been the face of fundamentalism in America. John R. Rice founded The Sword of the Lord in 1934 and continued to manage the paper until his death ... discuss

Reading this book was like eating chocolate chip cookies freshly baked but short changed on the chips and salt. Everything in here was good, but there was enough missing to leave me dissatisfied. It's ... discuss

Of her young life, I don't know a whole lot except for the basics, living in an extended Italian immigrant family in Franklin, MA and something of high school and college. I have her high school val ... discuss

Interestingly, Michael Barone's piece on Ryan Lizza's New Yorker article titled "The Consequentialist" and subtitled, "How the Arab Spring remade Obama's foreign policy" ... is as instructive of Obama ... discuss

With the recent publishing of For the Fame of God’s Name: Essays in Honor of John Piper, I started thinking about when I first started reading John Piper’s books. I was a sophomore in college when ... discuss

Reading this book was like eating chocolate chip cookies freshly baked but short changed on the chips and salt. Everything in here was good, but there was enough missing to leave me dissatisfied. It's ... discuss

Image via WikipediaWorking as a full-time youth minister (and for the Church) I interact with a wide range of people. I interact with the teens in my program. I interact with their parents and other p ... discuss

Barbara Hoppert was a sixteen-year-old high school sophomore when she checked into Loma Linda University Hospital for an abortion.Barbara was in the second trimester of her pregnancy. She was having t ... discuss

You've got to have proper context to really understand anything well. It's a lesson I seem to have to learn repeatedly.Years ago our family hosted a Japanese teaching intern who could not comprehend m ... discuss

“Awesome!” “Really and truly a great experience!” “I loved it!” These are just some of the comments that sum up the reaction of the 140 teens and adults who atten ... discuss

(L-R): Matt Munsil (14), Ellen Munsil (17), Michael Munsil (19), Leigh Munsil (22), Tracy and Len, Will Munsil (23), Anne Munsil (21), Laura Munsil (18), Kaye Munsil (15). Christmas Eve 2010 E ... discuss

The following press release is being issued today by Southwestern College: September 27, 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LEN MUNSIL APPOINTED PRESIDENT OF SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE PHOENIX, Ariz. -- The Boa ... discuss

Seems like lots of folks remember getting our Christmas cards and are asking for an update on our family. The photo is from Laura’s high school graduation in May. Here is the latest: • Tracy jo ... discuss

While I'm not one to fault any leader of speaking simply so more people can access the message, what grates is the false image we're presented with of this Super Intelligent So-Far-Above-Us-All Gift ... discuss

Since the school year is still in its beginning stage, a lot of clubs and organizations on campus have been hosting preliminary and educational meetings to welcome new students (and newly interested s ... discuss

I attended John F Kennedy Catholic High School in Somers, NY. I am a 1985 graduate. While there, I was, like many of my classmates, encouraged to receive the Sacraments. Mass was held daily; attendanc ... discuss

1. Copeland - Your are my Sunshine I am so happy, after nearly 2 years since Eat, Sleep Repeat, there’s a new Copeland album. After all, signs seemed to point to this record not being made at all. A ... discuss

Hey All—Much has been made of the new vaccine to prevent cervical cancer, Gardasil and having it offered to teenage girls (or younger). Of course, we should do everything we can to prevent anyone f ... discuss

In 1949 the 'Fairness Doctrine' was introduced. By 1969 the ruling on Red Lion Broadcasting Co. v. FCC codified the Fairness Doctrine in American law. The doctrine demanded that radio broadcasters lo ... discuss

and his Mother are going to appear in a Super Bowl ad on February 7th, done by Focus on the Family. They are going to share their inspirational story, that happens to be pro-life: "The Tebows, they ... discuss

Army Spc. Kyle J. Wright22, of Romeoville, Ill.; assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment, 5th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, Fort Lewis, Wash.; died Jan. 13 at Kandah ... discuss

I attended John F Kennedy Catholic High School in Somers, NY. I am a 1985 graduate. While there, I was, like many of my classmates, encouraged to receive the Sacraments. Mass was held daily; attendanc ... discuss

I have been pro-life my entire life.  I was raised in a traditional Catholic family and I was home schooled from pre-K through high school.  As the oldest of four children, I always was exci ... discuss

Kevin Jennings, Obama's Safe Schools Czar, doesn't seem like he's the right person for the post. In terms of keeping kids safe, he has an extremely troubling record. From the Washington Times:A teache ... discuss

Since the school year is still in its beginning stage, a lot of clubs and organizations on campus have been hosting preliminary and educational meetings to welcome new students (and newly interested s ... discuss

In 2006, Matthew Laughrin was dreaming of a better life. He and his mother, Sandra, were picking up the pieces from Laughrin's drug abuse and overdosing.Matthew grew up in Shorewood and later in White ... discuss

In 1949 the 'Fairness Doctrine' was introduced. By 1969 the ruling on Red Lion Broadcasting Co. v. FCC codified the Fairness Doctrine in American law. The doctrine demanded that radio broadcasters lo ... discuss

Tim Tebow with the "controversial" John 3:16 under his eyes.From prolifeblogs.com:Heisman Trophy Winner Tim Tebow Could Have Been a Victim of AbortionTheWorld...IMHO Dec 10, 2007, 7:00 amCongrats to T ... discuss

1. Copeland - Your are my Sunshine I am so happy, after nearly 2 years since Eat, Sleep Repeat, there’s a new Copeland album. After all, signs seemed to point to this record not being made at all. A ... discuss

Advertisement:3 more First Amendment Case victories which now totals 48 since 06/08 see trail of all cases starting here at 2 more First Amendment Case victories totalling 45 since 06/2008!!!See below ... discuss

The big weekend is over here in South Dakota - I'm referring to the Oct. 3-5 weekend where the ACLU bussed college students here, fed them, and put them up in hotels in exchange for their souls their ... discuss

Last night I passed through Baltimore on my way home from Washington. The commute is just about 200 miles round-trip, a drive I make 3-4 times a week. With so much time in the car, I’ve found many w ... discuss

I’ve been in New Hampshire where our daughter begins her college sophomore year at Thomas More College. Last evening I had dinner together with the school’s president, Dr. Jeff Nelson, the ... discuss

Sophomore Wins Heisman, Makes History-"Florida's folk-hero quarterback with the rugged running style and magnetic personality won the Heisman on Saturday night to become the first sophomore or freshma ... discuss

For some reason Alex and I have a certain penchant for stories about twins doing hard things — so we were very excited this past week when we heard the story of Megan and Mandy Chapman, twin sister ... discuss

from the Family Research Council Despite the angst over fuel prices and the presidential race, rumors of a high school pregnancy pact are stealing headlines in America's largest newspapers and prompt ... discuss

Hear Their CryA University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point student taped disrupting a University approved demonstration. OneNewsNow.com reported that the free-speech rights of a University of Wisconsin ... discuss

On May 1 University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point sophomore and Student Government Association senator Roderick King was posted on YouTube, has been viewed 38,000 times. Since then a sidebar has develop ... discuss

First, an update on the Roderick King video. Due to racist comments it was garnering on Claire Smith wrote that I posted last week. In it she blamed pro-lifers for sophomore Roderick King's temper t ... discuss

Hundreds of crosses that were part of a Cemetery of the Innocents pro-life display at the University of Wisconsin at Steven’s Point were torn out of the ground by a rampaging pro-abortion studen ... discuss

By KARL ROVEIt came to me while I was having dinner with Doris Day. No, not that Doris Day. The Doris Day who is married to Col. Bud Day, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, fighter pilot, Vietnam ... discuss

How Nondiscrimination Becomes Discrimination... A recent state statute proposed in Colorado strikes directly at the heart of the free exercise of religion. The statute, called House Bill (HB) 1080, wo ... discuss

From LifesiteNews:Sacrificing their precious sleep and leisure time, more than 70 students from Virginia's Christendom College filled the lawns outside a D.C. Planned Parenthood (PP) clinic on Saturda ... discuss

More and more disturbing information about Obama's friends and associates, and the people that support Obama, keeps coming out:In the same week the Obama campaign quietly removed from its official web ... discuss

In an editorial in the Yale Daily News, Pierson College sophomore O'Hagan Blades discusses Aliza Shvarts abortion art project by writing:Her project, surely, will become the poster child for irrespons ... discuss

A University of Cincinnati student has a passion for allowing students on campus to defend themselves.\"Would you rather just sit there and cower underneath a desk when someone executes you or would ... discuss

A University of Cincinnati student has a passion for allowing students on campus to defend themselves.\"Would you rather just sit there and cower underneath a desk when someone executes you or would ... discuss

The following is a list of victims killed by a gunman on the campus of Virginia Tech on April 16, 2007:Ross Abdallah AlameddineAlameddine, 20, of Saugus, Mass., was a sophomore who had just declared E ... discuss

There are some idiots in charge at Cove High School in Texas. From FOX News:A Texas sergeant and his son recently found themselves separated not only by an eight-hour time difference, several bodies o ... discuss

I don't know how many Mod-Blog readers know that I was a philosophy major in college. I started out in Physics and learned in my Sophomore year that I did not want to spend the rest of my life eating ... discuss

Maddy and I drove down to Old Dominion University in Norfolk Friday morning for the second level of the NATS (National Association of Teachers of Singing) competition. She had placed in the state co ... discuss

University of Iowa Wrestling Team Wins NationalsIowa Wrestlers Love Being Hated...It has been a while (2000) since the University of Iowa has won a national championship. Behind individual national ti ... discuss

Eliot Spitzer's "Kristen" has been identified.She is 22-year-old Ashley Alexandra Dupré. She was born Ashley R. Youmans, legally changed her name to Ashley Rae Maika DiPietro, and now goes by Ashley ... discuss

Yesterday, I got to give the STD presentation 5 times to a total of 150 high school sophomore. The girls were totally mortified by the reality STDs-- the consequences of sex outside of marriage. An ... discuss

Shocking, disturbing, and outrageously racist policies at Planned Parenthood. Another ugly truth about the abortion lobby is exposed. California Catholic Daily | Lila Rose | Mar. 2, 2008 Covert invest ... discuss

From World Magazine's blog comes this story:Lila Rose, UCLA sophomore and founder of The Advocate, a pro-life studentmagazine, recruited an actor to make phone calls to Planned Parenthood clinicsin se ... discuss

Barbara Hoppert was a sixteen-year-old high school sophomore when she checked into Loma Linda University Hospital for an abortion. Barbara was in the second trimester of her pregnancy. She was having ... discuss

Not really.   David Justice received so few votes (less than 5%, OK it was 0.2%) that his name shall never be on the BBWAA ballot again for the Baseball Hall of Fame. Goose Gossage is the ... discuss

Hey All—I’m a big fan of sports, including college football (Go Badgers!). This year, Tim Tebow, a sophomore at the University of Florida, won the Heisman Trophy—given to the best college footba ... discuss

Go here to find out the best and worst of celebrities when it comes to signing autographs. Captain Jack Sparrow is the best with a pen, and Ricky Bobby is the worst.I've always thought of obtaining a ... discuss

Tim Tebow is the first sophomore to be chosen for college football's Heisman Trophy award, and is already becoming an athletic legend by virtue of his unique strength and ability. (After bench pressin ... discuss

Heisman winner Tim Tebow is not only the first sophomore to win the award, a clear refutation of a lot of liberal teaching, for example on the issue of homeschooling (Hat Tip: Right Mind.): Florida ... discuss

The young woman was an American missionary serving in the Philippines when in 1987 she went into a coma after contracting amoebic dysentery. She survived but the doctors on the scene afterwards explai ... discuss

Heisman Trophy Winner Tim Tebow Could Have Been a Victim of Abortion:by Steven ErteltLifeNews.com EditorDecember 9, 2007New York, NY (LifeNews.com) -- University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow becam ... discuss

From the Gainesville Sun: Just before she became pregnant, Pam (Tebow) fell into a coma after contracting amoebic dysentery, a bacteria transmitted through contaminated drinking water. Her treatment ... discuss

Congrats to Tim Tebow for winning the Heisman!And God bless his mother for supporting life!University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow became the first sophomore in the history of the NCAA to win the ... discuss

Tim Tebow's mother was urged to abort him. The medication she'd been given when amoebic dysentery had put her in a coma had damaged the fetus. Never forget that when a doctor gives you a prognosis, he ... discuss

So, occasionally I go off topic here at Reflections and usually it involves the Florida Gators (see here and here) This evening I’m taking time to congratulate Florida quarterback Tim Tebow on ... discuss

Associated PressTim Tebow is the first sophomore to win the Heisman Trophy.Tebow this season became the first "20-20" player in Division I-A football history: He both ran and threw for at least 20 tou ... discuss

Steven Delopoulos is perhaps best-known for his time leading the band Burlap to Cashmere. Since that time he has released two critically acclaimed solo albums, 2003’s Me Died Blue on Universal S ... discuss

Saturday night Mary and I hied ourselves over to the Bert DeRose Theater at Amsterdam High School to meet up with Anna and Laura Ann for Louisa's last show as Stage Manager, a job she has held without ... discuss

Welcome to the 96th Carnival of Homeschooling. If you don't know what a carnival is... let me explain. A Blog Carnival is a showcase of memories (articles that we bloggers call "posts") from around th ... discuss

Welcome to the 96th Carnival of Homeschooling. If you don't know what a carnival is... let me explain. A Blog Carnival is a showcase of memories (articles that we bloggers call "posts") from around th ... discuss

St. Therese is so special to me. I think of her as a close friend with whom I can share my most intimate thoughts and feelings. I know that she will send me a fragrant rose on her special day -- wheth ... discuss

The new atheism is nasty: Religion is not only foolish, it's dangerous and should hardly be tolerated.I suppose you might call it atheism with attitude, but it's really more than that. While the argum ... discuss

UM Football: Angel on his Shoulder -The Clarion-Ledger- Real MississippiThe sophomore is recovering from a fractured foot while playing with a broken heart. His 2-year old daughter passed away in Marc ... discuss

Once more, England previews the future of the U.S. (H/T: Catholic World News):The bishops of England and Wales said that proposals to ban “indirect discrimination” against people who have had gen ... discuss

Jonathan Falwell, pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church, has this to say about a school's recent choice to discipline a girl for mentioning Jesus in her Valedictorian address (see other posts here and ... discuss

In a growing number of communities, a person wearing sagging jeans can be charged with a criminal offense. JAMARCUS MARSHALL, a 17-year-old high school sophomore in ansfield, La., believes that no one ... discuss

Noah Finley, a sophomore at Geneva College, has joined the Pittsburgh Students for Santorum campaign, and will help with Santorum outreach at Geneva.Finley has done it all in campaigns: forming databa ... discuss

Today, there is no joy in Liberalville. Why? Senator Larry Craig (R-Id.) has his personal reputation, his career, and his marriage still intact. Dan Popkey once again failed to deliver any news on his ... discuss

Hey All—Much has been made of the new vaccine to prevent cervical cancer, Gardasil and having it offered to teenage girls (or younger). Of course, we should do everything we can to prevent anyone f ... discuss

Lila Rose, 18, a sophomore at the University of California Los Angeles and editor-in-chief of The Advocate, a pro-life newspaper on campus, entered a Planned Parenthood in LA with a hidden video recor ... discuss

I am Leslee Simms. This will be my second summer of walking with the Missionaries of the Eucharist and I marvel at the grace of God which has allowed me to be here. I literally feel like I was picked ... discuss

Unlike almost everyone else who has posted their bio so far (including Joel and Leslee after me, and excluding Jess since she reverted), I am not a convert to Catholicism. I was raised Catholic, went ... discuss

My name is Joshua Guenther. I just finished my sophomore year at the University of Maryland, so I suppose that I am currently a Junior. I am a revert to true Catholicism I guess you would say. I spen ... discuss

Pat is posting Lacy's bio so here it is.Just so the whole world knows:His Excellency Martin D. Holley is my BFF (Best Friend Forever). It's official.Next to Bishop Holley, Cardinal Arinze is the BFF N ... discuss

That time has come once again. The summer has come, and I’m here to offer my summer, or at least what I can, to do the work of God in the Northeast. My name is Patrick Yungwirth, and this summer, ... discuss

Like I've said before, I know you moms of little children are busy, but while you're taking care of your business other groups with aggressive agendas are taking care of theirs. Please keep up with ... discuss

Lila Rose, 18, is a sophomore at UCLA and the founder of Live Action, a pro-life organization on campus. In March, she visited a Planned Parenthood clinic in Los Angeles armed with a hidden camera, p ... discuss

Equality and Freedom are antithetical notions. America, which started as the Land of Freedom, has turned into the Land of Faked Equality, at the expense of freedom. An essential balance has been lost, ... discuss

Filed under: Planned Parenthood, Abortion, Politics, LiberalismPlanned Parenthood doesn't care about women, children, or families. They DO care about money, power and influence. And they need abortion ... discuss

Planned Parenthood Caught on Tape Covering Up Statutory Rape – Threatens Lawsuit to Hide Evidence By Peter J. Smith LOS ANGELES, May 15, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – An intrepid stu ... discuss

Lila Rose, 18, is a sophomore at UCLA and the founder of Live Action, a pro-life organization on campus. In March, she visited a Planned Parenthood clinic in Los Angeles armed with a hidden camera, p ... discuss

A few weeks ago I wrote about a series of videos secretly taped inside California abortion clinics that had begun to surface on YouTube. Now, Planned Parenthood Los Angeles is threatening to sue Lila ... discuss

Planned Parenthood Threatens To Sue Undercover ActivistBy Nathan BurchfielCNSNews.com Staff WriterMay 15, 2007(CNSNews.com) - Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles is threatening to sue a student pro-life ... discuss

Two updates this morning from the Family Research Council. Additional information on each of these horrifying cases can be found by going to the FRC site.A story out of Mason, Ohio paints a horrifying ... discuss

Making predictions about baseball or anything else is a hit or miss proposition. A year ago, I wrote an article and audaciously predicted that the Tampa Bay Devil Rays would win the 2006 World Series ... discuss

I will remember you,Will you remember me?Don’t let your life pass you by.Weep not for the memories...~Sarah McLachlanWOW! I was going through boxes in the garage tonight and found several photo alb ... discuss

The least we can do is look back. Remember with me. After all, as they say, “to know where you’re going you have to know where you’ve been.” Those were some fun days, werenR ... discuss

I apologize (not the first time, won't be the last) once again for not having posted in awhile; my backlog of blog entries, that I need to get published, is now extending for miles longer than it's ev ... discuss

Barbara Hoppert was a sixteen-year-old high school sophomore when she checked into Loma Linda University Hospital for an abortion. Barbara was in the second trimester of her pregnancy. She was having ... discuss

When I was 18, I had many options for higher education. My SAT scores got me letters from Ivy League schools, and my father urged me to accept an intvitation to be one of the first women at West Point ... discuss

On 22 January 1973, less than a week past my 16th birthday, only one issue of national importance was high among my priorities. Just one day before my natal celebration, President Nixon had announced ... discuss

Though we are in the midst of Advent, please take a moment and think even beyond New Year’s. It’s time to plan your trip to DC for the March for Life. Some group deadlines may have already past, b ... discuss

Teacher quits after placing message in word-search calling on Allah to annihilate 'evil-sponsoring U.S.'A high-school Spanish teacher has resigned his position after placing hidden messages inside a w ... discuss

Kimberly Brubaker Bradley always wanted to be a writer. But she also planned to become a research chemist. What she didn’t know was that one college class would make the difference between becomin ... discuss

This photo provided by the Sauk County Sheriff's Department shows 15-year-old Eric Hainstock. (AP Photo/ Sauk County Sheriff's Department)Just two weeks ago, William Cornell, Shawn Sturtz, and Bradley ... discuss

This photo provided by the Sauk County Sheriff's Department shows 15-year-old Eric Hainstock. (AP Photo/ Sauk County Sheriff's Department)Just two weeks ago, William Cornell, Shawn Sturtz, and Bradley ... discuss

Whether it was Ahmadinejad's call for the end of the world in two years, pressure from university alumnae, Lisa Anderson's well known biases and reputation as an Arab and Muslim apologist (she's the d ... discuss

Last week, the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse released the results of a new study on teen alcohol and drug use. It’s not a pretty picture. Among the findings: 80% of p ... discuss

JivinJ blogged last week on “possibly the worst pro-choice column I have ever read”. The column, titled “Wad of cells does not equate to human life, abortion isn’t murder ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston What are they teaching our children at MSU in East Lansing, Michigan? It appears to be that a human fetus is no different than a "tapeworm" or a "parasitical creature". They ... discuss

General By Hilary White and John JalsevacANN ARBOR, (LifeSiteNews.com) – In a July 26 column that reads almost like a parody of the slogans of the abortion movement, a sophomore at Michigan State ... discuss

That's saying a lot but the column is here. It's by a sophomore at Michigan State University by the name of Shane Krouse. I have trouble believing that Krouse actually believes some of things he says ... discuss

On this day in 1968, Pope Paul VI, of happy memory, issued his landmark encyclical, Humanae Vitae (a phrase meaning “Of Human Life”, the official Latin version’s opening words) whic ... discuss

by Steven ErteltLifeNews.com EditorJuly 14, 2006Aberdeen, South Dakota (LifeNews.com) -- Hundreds of pro-life advocates across the state of South Dakota attended rallies at the end of this week to bui ... discuss

Here's an article I wrote in 2001 that's appeared in several papers on Father's Day. Keep in mind I was living in California, where we were in the thick of a major push to teach kids - as young as ... discuss

It's been over a decade since the O.J. Simpson trial transformed the definition of "news." Although the ability of certain stories to grip the public's fascination is not a recent development ... discuss

I must admit that I’m torn in two diametrically opposed positions when it comes to sex offender registries. The father of three little girls thinks they are a good thing. Indeed, about once every t ... discuss

The ATF has had a long history of keeping the world safe from women holding babies, women and children practicing non-ATF approved religions and many other things most of us would have thought nothin ... discuss

From the Philadelphia Daily News : A highly controversial plan for a memorial on the Villanova campus to the "victims of abortion" is in limbo. The university's board of trustees took a pass yester ... discuss

Wednesday April 12, 2006Music: Here is a song that, if you listen to it, will be playing in your head all day (whether you want it to or not...and you probably don't). Family: Dr. Mohler discusses a ... discuss

Whittier area students from Pioneer, California and Whittier high schools walked out of classes to protest the proposed federal immigration bill March 27, 2006.From the Whittier Daily Press:PICO RIVER ... discuss

Wednesday: From Scripps-Howard via TCPalm... The Stars and Stripes have been replaced by the Mexican flag at Chasewood North, and residents of the condominium community off Central Boulevard are puz ... discuss

Drake University Student Lives At Walmart For Three Days Skyler Bartels, a Drake University sophomore decided to do a school project. He was not out to get Walmart, it was a sociology experime ... discuss

Thirteen Things About Susie 1.) My husband is still looking for a job. His last day at his current job is next Tuesday. I have mixed feelings about the whole situation. I'm happy for him to be get ... discuss

I confess that I started paying attention to Mandisa Hundley after I heard that she forgave Simon for his cutting comments on her weight. I thought to myself, "wow, what a great attitude. That's a Ch ... discuss

And isn't that the worst punishment of all?ember this one? Jessica Coleman was a 15-year old Elyria, Ohio sophomore when she gave birth to a baby boy on February 4, 1999. She didn't want the baby. So ... discuss

So I'm listening to my not-quite-brand-new iPod, my Christmas present from my darling Hubby-head, and the song "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses" by U2 comes on... and I have a flashback - to my sen ... discuss

And she's had six years of freedom she didn't deservesica Coleman was a 15-year old Elyria, Ohio sophomore when she gave birth to a baby boy on February 4, 1999. She didn't want the baby. So, she stab ... discuss




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