Topic: tiny

 The suffering of abortion from a Grandmother’s perspective By Dave Andrusko Pro-lifers know that taking the life of an innocent unborn child can never be a “private” decision. ... discuss

By Sarah Reinhard | Family life is hard, no way around it. All that joy, crammed into a tiny space, and before long there are bound to be explosions. This group of newish releases may be just w ... discuss

By Stephanie Pacheco The body reveals the soul, so the body’s most intimate actions cannot be bought—this rules out the practice of surrogacy. The main problem with surrogacy is the separation of ... discuss

What’s one of the big things that has preoccupied you since you were a child and throughout all of the years that have followed? Isn’t it fear of rejection? Recall your early days as a chi ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — Draped with a colorful patterned cloth that wraps around her tiny shoulders, 5-year-old Iris Grace Halmshaw strategically dips her paintbrush from mug to mug and splashes an a ... discuss

I’d like to make a simple suggestion for those seeking British union and a British ethnicity: Make it clear that all sources of heritage are respected in a united British identity. The British a ... discuss

A guest meditation today from my sister Carol. Thanks for the reminder, Sis! If you think feeling and emoting are the way to Christ...well..that is a major error.Feelings for the most part are ve ... discuss

Pro-choice activists are on a new bandwagon: To normalize abortion, no sob stories are allowed. For instance, excusing abortions for rape and incest is bad. To do so is to say some abortions are just ... discuss

In Switzerland, the numbers of people traveling from abroad to die are growing dramatically. Even more disturbing is the fact that the reasons they cite in seeking suicide are growing beyond inevitabl ... discuss

 Switzerland’s “Suicide Tourism” by Victims with Treatable Conditions Increases By Jennifer Popik, JD, Robert Powell Center for Med ... discuss

Obama Fails To Make America Accept Failed Obamacare System ~ Editorial Cartoon by AF Brancoby Phil Kerpen, Contributing Author: “If you like your health plan, you can keep it” was last year’s L ... discuss

As we saw demonstrated in many powerful and amazingly underhanded ways when MSNBC interviewed Toby Harmon and his family for their hit piece on abolitionists some months ago, selective editing and pul ... discuss

Before the boy left, I bought him these Caterpillar Men’s 2nd Shift 6″ Steel Toe Bootssfrom Amazon: I also bought some Levi 501 jeans in his size when they went to 31 dollars, which is a ... discuss

Every year, over 2 million babies are delivered stillborn worldwide. There is little known about what causes babies to die before or during birth, however, there are some factors that may lead to it. ... discuss

I never wanted to have one of my children admitted to the NICU immediately after their birth, but in hindsight, it has been a gift and a powerful reminder to me of how blessed I am to have had a team ... discuss

As someone who has handled DNA every day while at work in the lab, I can confidently say there is a lot we don't know about the information stored in this miraculous molecule or about how that i ... discuss

 Baby “aborted” at 26 weeks to save mother’s life survives delivery, now healthy 10-year-old By Dave Andrusko Natasha Smith’s birth was induced 14 weeks early when her mother d ... discuss

I will stand at the gates of Heaven and I will not enter until all of my spiritual children are with me.Today is St. Pio's feast day. I just love this guy, an Italian priest who knew how to throw his ... discuss

by Kelli Ronan tells more about the patients and their reactions to the abortions. and shake. One cheekily chatted up the abortion staff and offered them discounts at her jewelry store. Ronan finds ... discuss

In this video, we present a response effort organized by the priestly Society of St. Pius X here in the United States. After a Black Mass was publicly marketed in Oklahoma City to desecrate our Savior ... discuss

Not only did the broadcast networks spent more time on the People’s Climate March, than the March for Life, they portrayed it positively, ignoring all the radicalism promoted by participants. NBC ... discuss

Five years ago today... the following is a little something I wrote to Lily for my pregnancy scrapbook:On Monday, September 21, 2009 (cousin Anna's 14th birthday), I got my first glimpse of you, my pr ... discuss

The Rhyme and Reason of Love and Life - by Tony Funderburk Lorelei was shy. And that’s putting it mildly. Oh, don’t get me wrong. She was full of personality…in fact, she was overfl ... discuss

Obama says ISIS is not Islamic. However, despite the ludicrous claim by that clown that currently occupies 'our' White House, common sense and reality says otherwise. And as Jonah Goldberg so aptly ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — Tiny Adelaide Caines lived only one hour after birth, but her parents are hoping their precious daughter’s life and death will change the face of the abortion debate in the ... discuss

Danielle Walker, the author and photographer of the bestselling cookbook Against All Grain was diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease when she was 22-years-old. At that time, she began removing all ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — On a midsummer’s night, he came rushing into the world – in all of his 9 pounds, 6 ounces of glory. When they laid him on my chest, he raised a big baby hand and thudded it do ... discuss

 Why Do People Turn a Blind Eye to 56 Million Aborted Babies? By Micaiah Bilger, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation A few days ago, a retired doctor visited our offi ... discuss

  No foot to small to leave its mark – How the life and death of one tiny baby may change the abortion debate 8:04 am, Sep 18, 2014 Rachael Denhollander  ... discuss

The Cut has shared a piece that I find both fascinating and revolting: A woman named Alex Ronan reminisces about "My Year as an Abortion Doula."The title itself is enough to offend. The linking of abo ... discuss

by Kelli Before the release of footage of one football player slugging his wife, he received a two game suspension. Later, when the footage revealing the actual strike was released to the public… ... 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

 Surprising truths from an “abortion doula” By Dave Andrusko Alex RonanWe’ve written multiple times about the rise of the “abortion doula,” women who counsel/console/comfort ... discuss

{ Note: This post is part of my Almost Back to School Series – follow along with the links at the bottom. } As promised, here’s Post #3 of 5… We started school yesterday, y’al ... discuss

We’ve written multiple times about the rise of the “abortion doula,” women who counsel/console/comfort mothers who are aborting their children. Like everything abortion touches, the work of an a ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — Early this month, the Managing Editor of America magazine, Kerry Weber, received a phone call from her mom telling her that her niece had been born. She knew that the joyful ... discuss

By Stephanie Pacheco Abortion and euthanasia are generally viewed by our society as solutions to problems: they get rid of burdens. The usual suspects of this “burden” are disabled children who mi ... discuss

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenThousands of gravestones spot the lush green lawn of Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, but one is different than the others. There is no name carved on it, and no date of birth. The p ... discuss

Affirmation comes from the strangest places. Actually, the sort of affirmation I might strangely prefer is acknowledgement from the other side, backhanded as it may be, that I’m being heard. T ... discuss

BHO - "Across the border in Syria, we have ramped up our military assistance to the Syrian opposition. Tonight, I again call on Congress, again, to give us additional authorities and resources to trai ... discuss

I've delayed writing about Wendy Davis' truly heart-rending story about how, after receiving a devastating prenatal diagnosis, was presented by doctors with two options: let her unborn daughter suffer ... discuss

  If I pointed out that involvement in every major 20th-century conflict the US was part of occurred on liberals’ watch, it might not be entirely fair. True, there was WWI under Wilson, WWII un ... discuss

Just one day after the parents of a premature baby in England released a picture of their newborn in the hopes of pushing back against legal late-term abortions comes another amazing story. In this ne ... discuss

 I’m doing Whole 30 by myself at home. Day four is today,  It’s not that big a deal that I’m doing it alone- my husband leaves for work at 4 a.m, and he generally makes himself a ... discuss

The California State University system has booted InterVarsity from its 23 campuses because IV, an Evangelical Christian group, believes its local chapters should be led by (get ready) Evangelical Chr ... discuss

One morning in early March, 1987 the phone rang at our home on Chicago’s Northwest Side. It was Tom Bresler, founder and director of the Aid for Women pregnancy resource center on Michigan Avenue. T ... discuss

At almost 20 weeks of pregnancy, Tom Riles and his wife lost their unborn son Scotland Bansley Riles to miscarriage. Riles said that when they received the news that the baby had died in the womb, the ... discuss

   From: lc Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2014 Subject:  Old Butch...Fred was in the fertilized egg business.  He had several hundred young 'pullets,' and ten roosters to ferti ... discuss

Vatican City, Sep 8, 2014 / 09:17 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Meditating on the feast of Mary's Nativity during his morning Mass, Pope Francis said that God is a creator who has endowed men and women with a ... discuss

There are more exciting things than watching the grass grow. One of them is watching crayons being made, as we provide yet another excuse for a GIF animation.Meanwhile, elsewhere on planet Earth:• T ... discuss

by Tom Balek, Contributing Author: Every now and then I complain that the news media/liberal government is totally geared to our tiny little attention spans (the news media and liberal government ... discuss

Never, never will we desist till we … extinguish every trace of this bloody traffic, of which our posterity, looking back to the history of these enlightened times will scarce believe that it ha ... discuss

DelawareOnline.com reported that an employee of the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Wilmington, Delaware, called police on September 3 to investigate a “suspicious package… on the ... discuss

The abortion industry, specifically Planned Parenthood, is infamous for failing to follow protocol. So when RU-486, the abortion-inducing drug that was approved during the Clinton administration, caus ... discuss

  THE WHOLE TRUTH, NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH … COLONEL RALPH PETERS SKEWERS THE WELL-TAILORED GOLFER-IN-CHIEF IN THE TAN SUIT: ‘OBAMA IS A TINY (COWARDLY) MAN IN A WELL-TAILORED SUIT’ R ... discuss

I have mixed feelings about this poem. Or perhaps, more accurately, I have changing feelings about this poem.First of all, I love it. I read it just last month for the first time and loved it immediat ... discuss

Last week, my husband and I spent a few days in Montreal, Canada. It was our first trip up to the Great White North since moving to the Boston area almost exactly one year ago. I had heard that Montre ... discuss

“Don’t stop (I say) to explain that Hebe was (for once) the legitimate daughter of Zeus and, as such, had the privilege to draw wine for the Gods. Don’t even stop, just yet, to explain who the G ... discuss

A premature baby in England has survived after she was born at 23 weeks — opening up a debate about when abortions are legal in the U.K. Data from 25 British hospitals over the past four years s ... discuss

Talk about beating the odds! First, the parents of Alexandra Mae Van Kirk, also known as “Mighty Girl,” find that at 22 weeks their unborn baby girl is not developing as she should. As the months ... discuss

Tweetby Justina Van Maren If there’s one thing we hear everywhere we go; at “Choice” Chain, at Banner Project, at Highway Project, and post-carding, it is this: “What about the children? ... discuss

TweetBy Justina Van Maren Doing pro-life activism on the streets every day is fulfilling, I think every pro-life activist would say that. What we don’t always like to admit is that it’s not ... 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

An episode of Robin of Sherwood, a delightfully dated 1980s Robin Hood television adaption, begins with a broad-bodied fellow laid in the dust, fending off the blows of a vicious little knot of robber ... 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

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenI like exploring abandoned buildings, especially old houses, with their sagging floors, peeling wallpaper, and malevolently drooping staircases. But some abandoned places are ... discuss

The research scientists (like those at the Yale School of Medicine who presented an intensive study a few years ago) tell us that around 80-85% of the embryos transferred during in vitro fertilization ... discuss

HT: Jill StanekA cheery little web site invites women to Early Options, ta private New York medical practice specializing in abortions -- specifically abortions up to 9 weeks of gestation, or 7 weeks ... 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

Tweetby Jonathon Van MarenI first heard of “abortion dreams” in university, in one of the first accounts of abortion I ever read. It was an essay published in a Norton anthology I had to purchase ... 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

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

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

First, I want to wish all my fellow Americans a Happy Independence Day. Be safe and have fun during your celebrations.Today is the feast day of my favorite soon-to-be saint, Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati. ... discuss

Before reading, please read our initial reply to Justin Edwards, then our response to part 1 of his series about Abolish Human Abortion and the Church Repent project.Edwards continues his unhelpful cr ... 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

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

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

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 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

I don’t normally descend into complaints about tiny things that bother me, but every now and then things get under my skin and I just need to vent.  In this case, the most appropriate places fo ... 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

Image credit: Armatix GmbHDon't mean to go off too far on this topic, but it seems to be in the news. Everyone form Mark Shea to my dentist has been telling me that "just make everyone shut up and buy ... 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

In a world as big as ours, tragedy is always striking somewhere—but we rarely notice. Even in our own communities, most tragedies remain impersonal and abstract—a mere headline or news re ... discuss

In a world as big as ours, tragedy is always striking somewhere—but we rarely notice. Even in our own communities, most tragedies remain impersonal and abstract—a mere headline or news re ... 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

An article written on Everyday Feminism by Erin McKelle has been brought to my attention. Ordinarily I wouldn't take the time to respond to an article like this, but a friend asked for my thoughts on ... 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

Hey. Little boy digging in the dirt next to the fruit stand.I see your torn t-shirt, two sizes too small.I see your ribs poking through the tear on the left seam.There are tracks in the dust on your f ... discuss

Yesterday morning we arrived at the hospital at 8:00. I got my bracelet, did some paperwork and at about 8:30 I was called back for the lymph node mapping. The doctor and nurse were so great. The n ... discuss

by Hilary White VALLETTA, February 7, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The three bishops of the tiny Catholic island state of Malta have called for the creation of a law on artificial reproduction that would ... discuss

Amid frequent reports that Catholic churches are being shut in Europe, the Diocese of Helsinki, Finland, has confirmed plans to open a new parish in Kuopio, the largest city in eastern ... Original Po ... discuss

  By Dave Andrusko It was a tiny 134-word-long story in today’s Star-Telegram. It said simply that Texas state District Judge R.H. Wallace has scheduled a hearing for this Friday in the standof ... discuss

The succulent plants are growing in tiny hand-made planters made specially by a ceramic artist. The organization is neither pro-life nor pro-choice, but pro-compassion, offering gifts to women after ... discuss

A follow up on an earlier story. Touching. I note that tiny, two-year-old Christian has a Tennessee accent. Cute. Original PostingRead more →The post Christian’s story appeared first on Fo ... 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 January 12, 2010, a devastating 7.0-magnitude earthquake rocked the tiny Caribbean island and caused many Haitians to seek answers. Life as they knew it, for many, ended that fateful day. But Janua ... discuss

When doctors examined an X-ray image of the knees of a woman experiencing severe joint pain, they found a gold mine: hundreds of tiny gold acupuncture needles left in her tissue. Original PostingRead ... 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

They crowded around the tiny body, now curled tightly into a wooly ball. The oldest one held a stick hesitantly, trying to decide if he should be bold and poke the unmoving creature. “You should ... 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

She looked harried when I drove up to the clubhouse of her apartment complex yesterday. The heavily pregnant woman in a parka ran back and forth, trying to find the super to open the room wh ... 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

It sounds like science fiction: Tiny telescopes being implanted into the eyes of humans to restore sight in those with age-related macular degeneration (AMD). But it’s actually happening in operatin ... discuss

How fitting that our Midwest has just undergone the Arctic Blast of the decade and this post is all about ice cubes.  Ok, well for anyone who reads regularly, we all know my style - it's never TH ... discuss

My New Year’s Eve penance was three Glory Be’s to the Infant Jesus, asking Him to make me a saint.  In the tiny chapel my prayer included kissing the cold baby statue in the manger, wondering why ... discuss

Today’s Gospel: Mark 6:45-52 It is still the Christmas season, and I am still picturing Jesus as a tiny baby wrapped in swaddling clothes. Throughout Advent and Christmas, the message of salvati ... discuss

In the 1950's Bell Labs developed the transistor. What has this got to do with the family? It was instrumental in bringing more individualism to children within the American family. It sounds strang ... 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

HOMEI need to take a little time for research this week; our next topic, which will appear in the next two weeks, will be dissociation: how it relates to abortion and how it correlates to chronic illn ... discuss

Isn’t this picture of the Holy Capuchin Priest striking as realistic and beautiful as he presents the Divine Infant for our veneration? What strength on the one hand and what gentleness on the other ... discuss

The following excellent article is from Rolley Haggard and was published in BreakPoint on December 2nd.If the Ear Won't Listen, Tell it to the EyeThe Case for Proliferating Graphic Pictures ... discuss

Advent He will come, He will come. I can trust that He will come. He will come like a tiny child Silently slipping  into the open spaces in my heart. Slowly the corners of my mouth will turn up My e ... discuss

I’m going to stop saying that the day was a blur, and just tell you if and when I have a December day that isn’t.  Instead, I’ll just hit a few highlights: I finished Parker’ ... discuss

The Independent (includes video): The sperm's tail acts like a tiny outboard motor inside a metal nanotube; the resulting biobot could be used to deliver drugs and guide sperm to the egg Original Post ... discuss

Click here to subscribe to The Social Conservative Review. Dear Friend, It's common this time of year to ask, "Are you ready for Christmas?" Usually what's meant by this is, have you purchased all th ... discuss

Well, I blew it.  This should have gone up yesterday.  But since heaven is outside of time, I trust St. Juan Diego will not mind.  Originally posted December 9, 2009.-- A.M., O.P.* &nbs ... discuss

So yesterday we saw that ever since the birth of capitalism, the Popes and also the bishops (in the documents of Vatican II), have not ceased to point out the deficiencies of that economic philosophy. ... discuss

The following excellent article is from Rolley Haggard and was published in BreakPoint on December 2nd.If the Ear Won't Listen, Tell it to the EyeThe Case for Proliferating Graphic Pictures of Ab ... discuss

This new Rogers deal may be the death rattle for the cbc. I am not going to shed any tears for the state broadcaster. The deal removes some of cbc advertising revenue and they still have to pay 100 mi ... discuss

        "This adoption is irrevocable." With those words the judge pounded his desk and declared to the world that we were now the legal parents of a girl we had taken into our hea ... discuss

I am such a flake. I made it for 28 days in a row, and on the day after Thanksgiving, I dropped the ball: I completely forgot to post. But that gave me something to be thankful for. I am thankful for ... discuss

Tim SweetmanPerhaps it’s because I’m married and have a daughter, or perhaps it’s because I’m feeling a little older lately — but I’ve become increasingly more awar ... discuss

HT: Jill Stanek"My Abortion," the New York Times hopes, will "destigmatize" abortion and generate -- um -- I hope they're not shooting for enthusiasm, because these aren't really your upbeat, "Abortio ... discuss

Bernini's baldocchino at St. Peter's Basilica.Photo by Ricardo Andre Frantz.Last Sunday, before Mass, I happened to open my 1962 Missal up to the Common of Saints, and my eye fell on these lines:  ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and KelliWe welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.c ... discuss

Dear Friend, This is a defining week in our history as legislation for abortion comes before the Dáil.Many members of the Oireachtas are refusing to engage in meaningful discussion on what the G ... discuss

 Life-and-death issues deserve a free vote – Pro Life Campaign “Travesty for the Taoiseach to demonise the pro-life community as a whole by focussing on the unacceptable behaviour of a t ... discuss

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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

CAPTURE YOUR GRIEF 2013 Photography Project for October-Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness MonthDay 24: ArtworkOctober 24, 2013 ♥Day 24. Artwork: Have you created a piece of artwork in th ... discuss

I'm sure you've read the story of Andy Lopez, the 13 year old boy who was shot and killed by police for carrying a toy gun. I've been reading a lot of people's reactions and I thought I'd chime in wit ... discuss

Doctor handed live baby at 8 weeks gestation...Consider Dr. Rockwell's testimony:Statement by Paul E. Rockwell, M.D.: "Eleven years ago while giving an anesthetic for a ruptured ectopic pregnancy (at ... discuss

Bill: The tiny flashes of light, a frame or two in duration, are the ionized gases of dust particles from a comet billions of years old. Shed from their dirty snowball, they orbited the sun in cold i ... discuss

foundationlife.netAs states open insurance marketplaces amid uncertainty about whether they're a solution for healthcare, Vermont is eyeing a bigger goal, one that more fully embraces a government-fun ... discuss

Facebook has revised it’s image sizing again and this time it really helps promote the blog post link. Digital marketing consultant Jon  Loomer explains: Facebook has made a change to link thum ... discuss

“The first panacea for a mismanaged nation is inflation of the currency; the second is war. Both bring a temporary prosperity; both bring a permanent ruin. But both are the refuge of political and e ... discuss

A team of doctors at CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center successfully widened a tiny aortic valve using a hair-fine wire, an 11-centimeter needle a tiny balloon and catheter. The baby in questio ... discuss

CBR Maryland at the Bel Air Festival for the Arts It seems that CBR Maryland’s presence is becoming well known in the Washington-Baltimore area.  “Jack” recently posted the following on Fac ... discuss

  To the sad, frustrated young mother who feels like a failure and thinks maybe it was all a mistake after all, you aren’t cut out for being a mommy, or you wouldn’t be crying so hard tod ... discuss

Tweetby Maaike RosendalWriting about my home land is something I have generally refrained from since moving to Canada several years ago. Despite the fact that I am deeply concerned about the Netherlan ... 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

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

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

Remembering Tom Shackleton   Tom was my big brother.   At various times growing up, he saved me from drowning, tried to explain how cars worked, tried to teach me how to box (mostly by teaching ... discuss

From the University of Massachusetts – Amherst: To mark the beginning of Polish Culture Month, Polish poet Tadeusz Dąbrowski is presenting a bilingual reading at the University of Massachusett ... discuss

The following ran in the summer 2013 issue of MCCL News.The New York Times recently published an article titled "My Abortion, at 23 Weeks." The author explains that she was pregnant with twins, a boy ... discuss

Sixty-five years ago, when I was pregnant with our first baby, my mother made this christening dress. That first child, Wendy, was baptized on the way home from the hospital, at the age of ten days. ... discuss

The following excellent article is by Stephanie Gray, Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Canadian Centre For Bio-Ethical Reform. “I’m pregnant, and I want an abortion.” How should one ... discuss

Obama Nominee for Judge Says Abortion Frees Women From “Conscription Into Maternity” The United States Senate Judiciary Committee will vote this week on President Obama’s nomination of Cornel ... discuss

From a former abortion clinic worker: “The picture is accurate. My job is to put the little pieces together to make sure we have not left any parts inside the mother because she would die if tha ... discuss

There is something about a single woman that gives outsiders full reign to be intrusive. I ask for advice on this here blog, plenty. I’m talking about unwanted, unwarranted, unsolicited advice & ... discuss

I wanted to share a new friend of mine's very powerful story of abortion and redemption. She has been there she has lived it and she is proof that there this is hope after abortion. There is hea ... discuss

Usually people drive to the Norman, OK murder mill (often in very nice cars), but a family from India walked up, having taken the bus from their apartment 5 miles away. The husband is a PhD student in ... discuss

(Associated Press) It’s a startling contrast to some observers — the glamorous, bikini-clad Miss America from 2011, Teresa Scanlan, finding her home at the tiny, super-conservative Patrick Hen ... discuss

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Dagen Pratt's parents enrolled their tiny premature baby in a study of oxygen treatment believing she'd get the best possible care. They didn't understand it was an experiment t ... discuss

Medical Examiner May Not Bury Bodies of Babies Gosnell Killed for 10 Years A coalition of pro-life groups gathered in Philadelphia Sunday evening to call on the Philadelphia Medical Examiner’s o ... discuss

If you are reading this, it may be because you are ready to design your baby's headstone. If that is you, first of all, I am so sorry. The words baby and headstone are two words that should never be u ... discuss

 “If It Walks Like a Duck…” Lessons in Parenthood By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. While my family and I are on vacation, we are running some of our favorite NRL News Tod ... discuss

In Pakistan the supremacists are Muslims, and those considered "unclean" are Christians, in accord with Qur'an 9:28: "O you who have believed, indeed the polytheists are unclean...." This is consid ... discuss

By ASIA BIBI | nypost.com As her religion faces persecution across the Middle East, a Christian woman explains why she faces hanging in Pakistan for the crime of ‘blasphemy’ To her neighbors, ... discuss

Stand against islamic persecution, supremacim and and subjugation, join us on 911. Stand against jihad. Sentenced to death for a sip of water By ASIA BIBI,  NY Post,  August 25, 2013 (thanks to Jack ... discuss




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