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A few years ago, I had the privilege of meeting Maggie Karner. She was the director of Life and Health Ministry for the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. You only had to talk to her for a few minutes to ... discuss

It’s time for pro-lifers to go on the offense, or so Sen. Rand Paul suggests. On April 16, Sen. Paul (R-Ky.) addressed the pro-life movement at the Susan B. Anthony Campaign for Life Summit in Was ... discuss

 Living with Cancer, Living with Grace By Carol Tobias, President Maggie KarnerA few years ago, I had the privilege of meeting Maggie Karn ... discuss

Here are just a couple of new Kindle deals that may interest you: Cross, edited by John Piper & David Mathis ($4.99); Ordinary by Tony Merida ($4.99);  Even though Paul was inspired, ... discuss

April 16, 2015   L ... discuss

 Amidst the squalor at Gosnell’s “Second House of Horrors,” authorities find bones By Dave Andrusko The story of abortionist Kermit ... discuss

Chaunie Bruise is the author of Tiny Blue Lines, a book on unplanned pregnancy, young motherhood and faith. She’s also a pro-life speaker and shares about her experience of having an unplanned pregn ... discuss

 Democratic National Committee Chair avoids answering when she believes life begins and whether aborting a seven-pound baby is okay By D ... discuss

 Pro-abortionists have it backwards: Hiding abortion facts is ‘anti-woman,’ not a ban on dismemberment abortions By Kathy Ostrowski, L ... discuss

Officials in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania have found bones at the home of abortionist Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted on multiple counts of murder in cases involving the killing of babies in life-birt ... discuss

TweetBy Robyn VandenHoekSometimes I wonder what children would think if they understood some of our conversations. Take, for example, this one:“So in which circumstances would you say abortion is ju ... discuss

 Baby given 1 percent chance of survival turns 12 after mom refuses abortion By Nancy Flanders Aaliyah Hart weighed just 12 ounces when s ... discuss

 NICU care by parents benefits both parents and preemies By Kathy Ostrowski, legislative director of Kansans for Life    Fo ... discuss

Aaliyah Hart weighed just 12 ounces when she was born three months premature in 2003. She was the smallest baby ever to be born in Britain – so tiny that she fit in her mother’s hand.However, Aali ... discuss

Aaliyah Hart weighed just 12 ounces when she was born three months premature in 2003. She was the smallest baby ever to be born in Britain – so tiny that she fit in her mother’s hand. However, Aa ... discuss

C. S. Lewis was right. Pride is the ultimate sin because it is structured differently from all other sin. Pride is the sin of Satan and makes those who suffer from it most like Satan because it alo ... discuss

One month after Speaker John Boenher confirmed to LifeNews.com that he strongly supports the pro-life bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks, the number two Republican in the House says plans are in the ... discuss

I wrote the very long post below and then, while looking up one last link stumbled upon this post by Edward Willet which kind of sums up things better than I do (I am not a summing up sort of gal).   ... discuss

 FROG: A NOVEL By Mo YanViking Press, $27.95, 388 pagesReviewed by Steven Mosher In outline, Mo Yan’s new novel, “Frog,” sounds sub ... discuss

Florida Senator Marco Rubio is the latest to indicate he’s seeking the Republican nomination for president and the pro-life lawmaker is jumping in the race just one day after pro-abortion Hillar ... discuss

California – the Golden State that hasn’t been golden in decades.  And has for decades been under the near total control of the Democrat Party.  These two things are not unrelated. Californi ... discuss

According to M. Goldstein:I got hired as a charge nurse at this clinic that did late term abortions.  I spent about 30 days on the day shift getting familiar with everything.  I would witnes ... discuss

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Hugos, Sad Puppies 3, and how the petulant use of the ‘no-vote’ demonstrates that you don’t love the genre. Pretty good read all around, regardless of your interest in the Hugos. B ... discuss

For Democrats - More ImportantThan Humans(That Are Not Them)by Seton Motley, Contributing Author: California - the Golden State that hasn’t been golden in decades. And has for decades been under ... discuss

What if? These two tiny words, seemingly so innocuous by themselves, when put together have the power to haunt. What if I hadnt gone to that party? What if I hadnt let him hand me that last drink? We ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — I have written in the past about how doctors sometimes end up fighting to save the life of one baby, while later being called upon to kill a baby of the same age in an aborti ... discuss

Late-term abortions are legal in the United States and some other countries across the world. To abortion activists, the unborn child whose life is snuffed out in an abortion is not worth of the kind ... discuss

Day Six is an account of the ‘programming’ of human DNA to form the neurological structures in the brain that give us the ability to distinguish between right and wrong. It explains why the human ... discuss

Six years ago while on a trip home to visit my parents, I had the privilege to take a four hour drive and meet a woman who I have come to know.  I admire her for her selfless love, her act of courage ... discuss

Abortion supporters in Glens Falls, NY have decided to use Easter to mock prayer against abortion. It began a few years ago when those in support of killing children in the womb decided to respond to ... discuss

At an event at the George Washington University Hospital, the delegate for the District of Columbia, Eleanor Holmes Norton, said that nothing is more under attack than reproductive choice in America t ... discuss

 Spa-like abortion clinic spawns pro-abortion defenders By Dave Andrusko When I wrote about Carafem–the goofy pro-abortion attempt to t ... discuss

Stanislav Zhukovsky, Easter TableHope your Easter table was something like this one.  Here's what the Holy Father had to say at the Easter Vigil.“Entering the tomb, they saw a young man sitting ... discuss

The author interviewing Rand Paul. Libertarianism no longer seriously can be considered marginal. It has emerged as an important part of our public discourse. Sen. Rand Paul writes, “They say the li ... discuss

Last week, on March 27th  the stars of the Sound of Music reunited in Hollywood to celebrate the milestone of the 1965 musical that has become an enduring classic, kicking off the TCM Festival and fe ... discuss

After the South Carolina state House approved a pro-life bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks, because research shows unborn children can feel intense pain, the Senate is next to act. Called the Pain- ... discuss

Yay! More (potentially explosive) diversity! Via TIME: … Mainly as a result of postwar migrations, there are now more than 20 million Muslims living in the European Union. In France – where acc ... discuss

I was dog-tired last night, but I had been intrigued by the promos earlier this week for the PBS three-part special, Twice Born. The trailer starts out with this teaser: “Thirty years ago, a gr ... discuss

 “Twice Born”: Fetal medicine in PBS special provides a stark contrast to dismemberment abortions By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Dire ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — Here are 7 people whose lives are changing the abortion debate. 1) 12-week-old Noah Noah died during a miscarriage at 12 weeks and 5 days. His mother willingly shared an amaz ... discuss

Blessed Paul VI celebrating Mass in the vernacularCredit:  rorate-caeli.blogspot.comI recently did a post [HERE] in which I discussed Father Z's reaction to the "whoopdeedoo", as he referred to i ... discuss

by Ralph Benko, Contributing Author : Libertarianism no longer seriously can be considered marginal. It has emerged as an important part of our public discourse.Sen. Rand Paul writes, “They say the ... discuss

-- The secular lay members of the Mystical Body of Christ have their own role to play in the history of salvation and a special dignity all our own that is different from that of priests and religious ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — Two sisters recently made their local Eyewitness News 12 as the biggest fans of their brother’s high school basketball team, or perhaps it’s the opposite. The sisters, Cla ... discuss

I thought I would publish some of my notes. Since 2011, I have been teaching Biblical Greek at JP Catholic University. One of the things that always surprised the students was how quickly they could r ... discuss

From The Jewish ChronicleBy Melanie PhillipsIn New York last week, I was talking to American Jews anxious about the very difficult relationship between President Obama and Israel's newly re-elected ... discuss

Thanks Jim…..what a GREAT article! Former FBI Special Agent K. Dee McCown wrote an open letter to Eric Holder. p://www.papamiket.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/image96.jpg"> The letter is going ... discuss

 Abortionists agree – abortion is killing By Sarah Terzo “A fetus isn’t a baby.” “A woman has a right to choose.” These ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — It took a long time for Michayla, age seven, to deal with the loss of her baby brother, Walter. Michayla still proudly speaks of him, telling strangers that she has two sister ... discuss

A group of pro-life advocates went to the halls of Congress today to ask members of the House of Representatives to hurry their work on repairing a bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks. The measure ha ... discuss

Not content to simply hold a position in favor of abortion on demand, CNN host Sally Kohn is going out of her way to spearhead a fundraiser for pregnant women. No, the fundraising event isn’t go ... discuss

We know unborn babies are not clumps of cells or blobs of tissues and ultrasound photos have long confirmed their humanity. As the pro-life movement has focused on the pain unborn children feel when t ... discuss

More than 20 years after its discovery, the rare Ili pika was spotted in the mountains of northwestern China. You could call it one of the world’s longest games of hide and seek.   For ... discuss

For a few years, I have been working on babyloss comfort boxes to be given in honor and memory of Lily Katherine to the Birth Center where she was born. This has been a project for my mom and I to do ... discuss

This weed grows rampant in our woods and yards here. It’s sometimes called creeping charlie, and sometimes Gill Over the Ground: I had some in a pot in my kitchen, growing beautifully across t ... discuss

I don’t think I’ll be doing this again.   So much happens on Facebook that I thought I’d put a few clips on my blog just to show that nothing on the blog doesn’t mean ... discuss

TweetBy Alanna GomezThe advent of artificial reproductive technologies (ARTs) has wrought some extremely bizarre familial relationships. Case in point- the 24-year old homosexual man in the U.K. who w ... discuss

TweetBy Adrienne VandenbergTwo weeks ago, I returned from sunny and not-so-warm Florida. It was there that I spent several days volunteering with the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform, sharing th ... discuss

I grew up in a home with guns. My dad was a hunter, and he had several rifles. My brother and I were taught early on the guns were not toys, and were strictly off limits, so we never ventured into the ... discuss

When my daughters were young, I wrote about "Lent with Young Children."We always did our Lamb of God calendar:We put beans in the Sacrifice Jar for every tiny, kind act, and every prayer sincerely utt ... discuss

----- Original Message ----- From: Brian Fisher  Sent: Tuesday, March 03, 2015 Subject: Putting to rest this question from pro-abortion naysayers... Our reach extends far beyond a life ... discuss

TweetBy Justina Van MarenLast week, I went on the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform’s Florida GAP trip for the second time. I knew before I went that I wouldn’t come back the same. I think no ... discuss

TweetBy Emily RyznarDoing this kind of work is the furthest thing from easy. Some days, I find myself sitting in a dark place, overcome by the evil that threatens to engulf me. Some days, I can’t do ... discuss

Seven years ago today, I sat in a hospital bed, pregnant with my fourth child, a son. The son for which this blog was created, our sweet Happy. I will never forget the doctor coming in to tell me th ... discuss

Far be it from me to use this blog as a platform to ever vent my personal frustrations or complaints, but I just wanna say this: I’m tired of New York. Really tired. Don’t get me wrong, ... discuss

A couple of weeks ago, as I was hauling children and carrying out the mundaneness of life, my husband sent a text message. It read, "What are you passionate about? What makes you want to get up in t ... discuss

This post is more of a journey through homeschool planning over my entire homeschooling career than a review, but in the end, I did come down to two planners to review – and I mentioned a few o ... discuss

TRENT WRITES: Recently, I have discovered some disturbing things about the certain songs like the “Harlem Shake.” Apparently the foreign words in in the beginning of this song mean “ ... discuss

  Y’know . . . I don’t mind admitting when I’ve screwed up or made a bad decision or said something before I had all the facts. Some people can’t bring themselves to admit they’re wr- ... discuss

Despite the extreme vulnerability of unborn babies and the relative ease of killing them when technologically well-equipped adults make a choice to do so, occasionally an attempt to kill one fails. As ... discuss

Today I drove to the Cathedral in downtown L.A. It may not seem like a big deal to most of you but when you've had anxiety/panic disorder for half of your life, it's a huge deal. It took me quite a wh ... discuss

 by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli  Wesley J. Smith discusses the latest culture of death idea. We’ve heard of “abortion doulas,” but what about death do ... discuss

by Jane St. Clair Biosphere 2 sets on the Sonoran Desert near Tucson, Arizona, as something that does not belong there. It’s as big as two football fields and looks as if it landed from outer sp ... discuss

Most of you readers are aware of the fact that, back in 2006, our family welcomed a child into our home from a disrupted adoption.    I detailed the events surrounding that decision and ... discuss

A smart way to look forward is to look back first. After all, they say that you are doomed to repeat history if you don’t study it. I always like to start my year off with reflection. This year ... discuss

Miracle Babies: Triplets Saved by Operation Wh ... discuss

I've noticed that before a colossal spiritual event in history, a slaughter of innocent children occurs. Satan seems to know something is about to happen and strikes out at the most innocent of G ... discuss

The Holy Innocents: that's the name traditional Catholic piety uses to refer to the children, 2 years and under, that Herod killed in Bethlehem, hoping by this to also kill the Christ Child. Eastern i ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — Images shape dialogue, and dialogue births change. Photographs that capture the Great Depression, the Holocaust, and the Civil Rights Movement are not only a testament of an era, ... discuss

A former abortion clinic employee has written about her dramatic shift in mindset that means she now believes abortion “kills a living, growing member of the human family”. Jewels Green says she ... discuss

Christians use the Christmas holiday to remember and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. This event (apart from everything else it entails) provides a number of insights about human life and dignity. ... discuss

The following is from my talk at this year's Annual Advent Dinner on December 4th, highlighting all of the good work Lumina has accomplished this year! First of all, I want to thank Bishop Byrne ... discuss

The Supreme Court has rejected the opportunity to uphold the right of conscientious objection for senior midwives who refuse to supervise abortions performed on a labour ward. Today's decision issued ... discuss

I was scrolling through my Facebook News Feed today, when I came across this.Ah yes, Josie Duggar turns five today. Seeing this made my heart sink a little. You see, Josie was due on March 18th, 2010, ... discuss

And that feels great.Mind you, I am perfectly capable of lamenting the passage of time. I did it here, when Ramona was six and I wrote a poem about wanting her to never grow up. I worried about it her ... discuss

That awful December 7th, 73 years ago, was also a Sunday.  At a stroke, the lives of millions were turned upside down and changed forever.A Japanese camera captured that stroke on the morning of ... discuss

I read an article on LifeNews.com that really touched my heart. It is written by someone whose sister was born still many decades ago.Click HERE to read the beautiful post and then I will share my tho ... discuss

Sometimes all I see is the pain and the questions.The pain of losing Lily and the heaviness of living the rest of my life without my first-born. And the questions of why it happened to me, to my baby. ... discuss

 Man chokes pregnant woman, forces her to take abortion pill By Dave Andrusko Thomas A. Pfeiffer (Photo: Ulster County Sheriff’s Office/Courtesy photo)It’s a tiny story which, in s ... discuss

 “Rethinking the abortion issue” yet still blaming the Victim Editor’s note. This is excerpted from an editorial that ran in National Right to Life News sometime ago. But nothin ... discuss

I just found this in my old notes. Thought I’d post it because I’ll probably never randomly find it again in all my mess of papers. It is not good or anything, it’s just what I remember writi ... discuss

I mean it. You are not invisible! Someone sees you...(Ive written so much over the years. This is a copy and paste sorta job and I hope it makes sense. I mean every word. Love, Brooke (birth mom mi ... discuss

"I’m co-hosting in the Keeping Christ in Christmas Blog Carnival, along with Tina from Truly Rich Mom and Monica from Arma Dei: Equipping Catholic Families. We'll be sharing different ways ... discuss

That’s right, I would rather raise a dumb saint than a brilliant sinner. Why? Because I am raising my children to be heaven-bound. Obviously there were many great saints who were brilliant, and i ... discuss

by Diane SteinbachMaking Whole is a bi-monthly art therapy column focused on art to heal. We have talked about Mandala's here before, and as an art therapy device, the Mandala is a versatile tool ... discuss

Here is another reason to stay away from Windows software - as if you needed another. This came out after Warren Buffett anounced he would give Bill Gates' charity a mountain of money:Fr. Thomas J. Eu ... discuss

Have you ever had the stomach flu?  You feel like you are emptying out from both ends (sometimes simultaneously) and just wish wish wish it would stop.  Now, imagine that this happens to eve ... discuss

Flossie LaneHere is a fascinating story from the Telegraph published 19 June 2009:Flossie Lane, who died on June 13 aged 94, was reputedly the oldest publican in Britain, and ran one of the last genui ... discuss

"WE ARE WHAT WE CHOOSE" By Amazon.com founder Jeff BezosFrom News at Princeton - 2010 Baccalaureate remarks"We are What We Choose"Remarks by Jeff Bezos, as delivered to the Class of 2010BaccalaureateM ... discuss

I just came upon an excellent and articulate essay titled, RELIGIOUS RIGHT R.I.P. by Cal Thomas that was posted November 5, 2008, just as President Barack Obama had been elected. Mr. Thomas argues th ... discuss

1. Okay kids, it's February 2010. That's early-mid 2010, right? So why am I still waiting for the digitization of the 1901 Irish census? Hmmm? Can't Ireland get on this? *******2. Problem: Part of my ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

I ask all readers to, please, read or reread this post of mine from 2008: BIG EGO, TINY ETHIC Jul 31st, 2008 at 9:48 am At this Thanksgiving, I acknowledge that there exists an unnatural personality o ... discuss

I ask all readers to, please, read or reread this post of mine from 2008: BIG EGO, TINY ETHIC Jul 31st, 2008 at 9:48 am At this Thanksgiving, I acknowledge that there exists an unnatural personality o ... discuss

Most days start with the same flutter ...rise , pray, write, get the kids out of the door and pointed to the school bus, mug of coffee to jumpstart things and then off into the world of men. How coul ... discuss

Marking World AIDS Day, December 1 Contact: Andrea Rhodes, United Bible Societies, +44(0)118-952-1428, communications@biblesocieties.org SWINDON, England, Dec. 1, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- New H ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

On Sunday, November 23rd, Catholics and others who share the same cycle of readings, heard especially pointed words: "'Depart from me, you accursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and h ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

TweetBy Justina Van MarenA couple of days ago, while I was holding my friend’s baby daughter, my mind kept straying back to Quasimodo. That’s right, Quasimodo, the Hunchback of Notre Dame.Victor H ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

(This was a Facebook post that just kept on growing.)   Yes, the heavens declare the glory of God! We can predict the movements of the heavenly bodies down to the day and hour for years to come ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

Recently someone wrote in to protest that we center abolition around Jesus Christ so explicitly, suggesting that we be more inclusive to those who are secularists and who desire to abolish abortion.Hi ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

There's something about the color of the sky around dusk this time of year. It's a set of hues - purples, reds, and oranges - rolling across the clouds as the sun dissolves into the peaks to the west ... discuss

According to official numbers released in recent years in the UK, over 30 embryos are created for every ONE baby born by IVF. To help personalize those staggering numbers a bit, “Jenny Vaughn ... discuss

So . . . you're adopting a child from The Philippines who will be more than three years old when he comes home?Let me share some wisdom with you that I pray will make the transition easier for all of ... discuss

As part of my job, today I had to meet a Civil Air Patrol plane at our tiny local airport for an Emergency Preparedness exercise. I was able to take Hannah with me. The pilots were amazing with her. S ... 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

I for one was not particularly shocked by the Ray Rice video that emerged last week—the one that was taken inside the elevator and led to both his dismissal from the Baltimore Ravens and his in ... discuss

I for one was not particularly shocked by the Ray Rice video that emerged last week—the one that was taken inside the elevator and led to both his dismissal from the Baltimore Ravens and his in ... discuss

Yesterday, I took a quick swerve as I heard Colorado Christian College professor and KNUS talk show hostess, Krista Kafer say she wouldn't have a problem voting for a "pro-choice" candidate since abor ... discuss

As most of you know, when I was nine I lost my mom to suicide. All of this discussion about Robin Williams has me kind of sad and frustrated with where we are with mental illness in this world. My h ... discuss

Abby Johnson from And Then There Were None shared the following account from a former clinic worker in an email: “A woman came into our clinic one afternoon, in obvious pain. Another abortion facil ... discuss

[For the next four days, I will be reprinting in its full length a Facebook post from a Dominican novice, Anthony J. J. Mathison. I’ve done some minor detail work — replacing straight quotation ma ... discuss

Battlefield Mass: Korean WarWhen I saw For Greater Glory a couple of years ago, I was struck by the scenes showing the Cristeros at worship in their desert hideaways.  The priest at the alta ... discuss

I must have a sign on my head that says, “Please treat me like crap,”  because that is what has been happening with a very old friend, some neighbors, and mostly, my boss. When I was hire ... discuss

Ninety-one! When I learned that there are some World War II veterans still alive at age 107 I warned my family not to count on my leaving anytime soon. I could still be around for another seventeen ... discuss

Washington, DC (LiveActionNews) — My daughter was six days old when we found out she has cystic fibrosis. The pulmonologist sent specific instructions asking us to stay away from Google until ou ... discuss

(This post, first published August 1, 2013, is an explanation of why there should be no termination without representation.) The unborn babies of the world today, November 15, 2013, are living their l ... discuss

If we are to pinpoint the moment of beginning of personhood that has the best scientific grounding, out of all the moments that are candidates, that will certainly be the beginning of the single-cell ... discuss

Yesterday we had two fascinating lectures at Lakeside.  First a neighbor who got her first work experience waiting tables at The Abigail (local restaurant, now closed) explained the Google cultur ... discuss

I just came upon an excellent and articulate essay titled, RELIGIOUS RIGHT R.I.P. by Cal Thomas that was posted November 5, 2008, just as President Barack Obama had been elected. Mr. Thomas argues th ... discuss

Abort73 receives frequent testimony from women who have gone through an abortion. Most of the stories they share are posted in our “Abortion Stories” section, and the vast majority— ... discuss

Abort73 receives frequent testimony from women who have gone through an abortion. Most of the stories they share are posted in our “Abortion Stories” section, and the vast majority— ... discuss

by Peter Baklinski HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, June 10, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Robin Cyr, 34, was experiencing a birthing mother’s worst possible nightmare. Her baby girl who had done so well ... discuss

There is a lot of shifting going on in our lives right now.   Our two amazing biological children left us and went back to America.We took one of our Mercy House boys back to his foster fami ... discuss

This post was written by the founder of S.O.B.B.S. (Stories of Babies Born Still), a group on Facebook that I am a part of. She discusses how stillbirths are different than miscarriages. It has always ... discuss

G. K. Chesterton once wisely remarked that “there is a great deal of difference between an eager man who wants to read a book and a tired man who wants a book to read.” It may be true that ... discuss

by Dustin Siggins APPLE VALLEY, CA, May 19, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A California woman and her military husband say their tiny baby's struggle for life after being born at 22 weeks proves ... discuss

I'm in a unique position that I wonder if I share with any other Philippine adoptive parent.  Probably so.Our family had the distinct pleasure of adopting from The Philippines FOUR TIMES while we ... discuss

Ann McElhinney, one of the team currently crowdfunding a movie about serial killer Kermit Gosnell, lost her composure while reading part of the Grand Jury Report on his crimes.But it wasn't the h ... discuss

Kermit Gosnell, Pearl Gosnell, Elizabeth HamptonSherry West, Adrine Moton, Tina BaldwinSteven Massof, Maddline Joe, Elleen O’NeilMost people, when confronted with the Kermit Gosnell scandal, can not ... discuss

The 21st human chromosome is the smallest of all our chromosomes. It contains only a few hundred genes and is only 1% of our total DNA. As most people know, an extra chromosome 21 causes Down Syn ... discuss

Well, Lent "officially" ends today. However, I consider the next two days (Good Friday and Holy Saturday) to be a "Little Lent" because though it is a short period of time, they are the darkest days o ... discuss

I don’t usually do the Throwback Thing, but I stumbled across an old photo and I am trying to get back into a habit of blogging, just a little.  So here ya go.  It’s my grandparentsR ... discuss

I woke up Thursday morning with plans.  It was a bright sunny morning, and the first thing on my agenda after breakfast was to pick up my sister’s three young children for the day so that she c ... discuss

So I haven't blogged much in a while. For this  I apologize. Yes, I'm very busy, but so are we all. I have a million tiny things I could blog about, but I never find the time to do so becaus ... discuss

So, today was my first appointment with my new dermatologist. I need to be followed every three months by my oncologist and a dermatologist to check for new melanomas. I arrive at the office and fil ... discuss

We are an organization sharing hope and supporting tiny lives. Preemie Prints began 3 years ago with an idea. A spark, actually, from the Holy Spirit! After many prayers a decision was made to start a ... discuss




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