Topic: tiny

HOT SPRINGS, S.D. (AP) — Perched atop a bluff in the remote Black Hills, a veterans hospital built of thick blocks of pink sandstone and topped with red-tiled roofs in a Spanish mission style overlo ... discuss

This post gives an update on my wife LaRee and daughter's mission trip to Haiti. Haiti is the poorest country in the western hemisphere. Yesterday, temperatures reached 42 Celsius (about 104 degrees F ... discuss

“If there was a business out there that killed tiny kittens and puppies in their back rooms, no one would ever service that business. No one would ever walk in their doors. No one would dare make ex ... discuss

 Trial underway in case of French woman charged with strangling 8 newbornsSeveral of the bodies kept in the bedroomBy Dave Andrusko Dominique Cottrez (R) in discussion with her lawyers ... discuss

Faith in humanity is on the fritz at the moment. For those in the pro-life movement, we’ve become accustomed to horrifying rulings from court benches. We march on Washington every year to remember t ... discuss

FDA announces additional risks of Essure birth control deviceEssure is a permanent type of birth control in the form of tiny metal coils inserted into women’s Fallopian tubes. When the coils are imp ... discuss

Obergefell just confirms what has been true for a long time: It was never going to be possible to maintain the old consensus on marriage when sex is about pleasure, not children.by Hunter Baker: I gr ... discuss

Bristol Palin has a message for the pro-abortion haters who suggested she have an abortion after she announced last week that she is pregnancy with her second child. Palin, the daughter of pro-life fo ... discuss

If you think the American Psychiatric Association and the American Psychological Association removed homosexuality from the list of mental disorders in 1973 based on sound scientific study and researc ... discuss

WASHINGTON (AP) — Fewer than 100 Syrian rebels are currently being trained by the U.S. military to fight the Islamic State group — just a tiny total for a sputtering program with a stated goal of ... discuss

  Miracle baby born with anencephaly defies the odds, turns one  Kirsten Andersen  Little Angela Morales wasn’t supposed to live. Wh ... discuss

On June 27 we commemorate Our Lady of Perpetual Help. I have had a long-time devotion to Our Blessed Mother under many titles, but began praying to Our Lady of Perpetual Help early in my childhood and ... discuss

by Brian Burch, CatholicVote:  Biology. Tradition. Children....the Constitution? Rubbish. So said the Supreme Court of the United States this morning in a 5-4 decision striking down laws in ever ... discuss

It’s a new notion to make abortion “funny”: draw a graphic novel about abortion that doesn’t actually show an abortion. Because, well, the sight of baby remains is anything but. Hailed as the ... discuss

By Stephanie Pacheco Why should I trust the Bible given all its translations, its ancient age, and its occasional difficulties in harsh figures or unintelligible cultural differences? You should trust ... discuss

SONOMA, Calif. (AP) — Baseball history was made Thursday on a field of wistful dreams in Northern California wine country when the sport's first openly gay active professional started the game as a ... discuss

On the heels of a state Senate committee passing a bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks, the full Ohio state Senate approved the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.B. 117 and S.B. 127). The b ... discuss

Visibility. It has been, perhaps, the biggest game-changer in the battle on abortion. For the pro-life side, the increased visibility of the unborn child has challenged many presuppositions the aborti ... discuss

An Ohio legislative committee today voted to approve a significant piece of pro-life legislation — the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.B. 117 and S.B. 127). The bill prohibits abortions ... discuss

LifeNews has frequently profiled Baby Angela, the little girl born with anencephaly who was supposed to die. But one year and two months later, she continues to defy the odds. On March 23rd, a daughte ... discuss

Pro-choice doesn’t mean “anti-life,” but “improves life,” according to one abortionist amplified by The Guardian. That is, if you don’t count the unborn baby’s life. The Guardian recentl ... discuss

PUERTO PRINCESA, Philippines (AP) — A tiny military exercise in the Philippines this week may presage something much bigger: the entry of Japan into the tussle for control of the South China Sea. ... discuss

Dr. Bill Smith, Editor: Some classics insights are worth revisiting. The following article titled (Even a Few) Words Matter was shared five years ago by Dr. Victor Hanson in Real Clear Politics on Ju ... discuss

Caption from 2 Corinthians 4:1-12. “Present Weakness and Resurrection Life” “Hell would be heaven for me. All my life I’ve been with the have-nots. Over here, if you’re ... discuss

Our immediate intuitions sometimes favor the pro-life position and sometimes oppose it. An ultrasound video of an unborn child sucking its thumb makes a case against abortion that reason hardly need s ... discuss

July 1 is the day that SB 95, the historic Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act, is supposed to go into effect in Kansas. But, as always is the case with commonsense pro-life legisl ... discuss

These days we don’t have to speculate about what happens inside an abortion facility—the abortion industry tells us more than we could ever imagine. For example, LifeNews previously reported on an ... discuss

MADRID (AP) — The tiny Spanish village of Castrillo Matajudios — which means "Camp Kill Jews" — on Monday officially changed its name back to Castrillo Mota de Judios ("Jews' Hill Camp") followi ... discuss

MADRID (AP) — The tiny Spanish pueblo of Castrillo Matajudios, which means "Camp Kill Jews," has officially changed its name back to Castrillo Mota de Judios ("Jews' Hill Camp") following a referend ... discuss

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Pitcairn Island, a tiny speck in the Pacific that's home to just 48 people, has passed a law allowing same-sex marriage — but has no gay couples wanting to wed. ... discuss

The account of Day One in Genesis gives two fundamental principles essential for an ordered universe capable of sustaining life. The first is the basis of mathematics – the equation. Genesis demonst ... discuss

WALDO, Fla. (AP) — The former police chief of a tiny north Florida town known as an infamous speed trap has been cleared of wrongdoing by a state commission after officers accused him of setting a t ... discuss

 Seeing is believing: men who became Pro-Life after witnessing preborn LifeBy TEXAS RIGHT TO LIFE Women, unlike men, have the privilege of sharing an intimate bond with the preborn t ... discuss

Saturday of the Eleventh Week in Ordinary Time(Click here for readings)By JENNIFER BURGINTherefore, that I might not become too elated, a thorn in the flesh was given to me, an angel of Satan, ... discuss

A small prayer circle forms nearby where police are responding to a shooting at the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina June 17, 2015. Reuters/Randall Hill I am very moved by the testimon ... discuss

Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, during a speech today to a conservative conference, guaranteed that the Senate will vote on a House-passed pro-life bill that bans abortions from after 20-wee ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — Two years ago the Fretz family’s world was forever changed when their baby boy was born too soon. At just 19 weeks and 6 days gestation, Lexi Fretz rushed to the ER in labor ... discuss

A tiny blue silk flower is the only marker that memorializes the gravesite of 47 babies who lost their lives at the hands of notorious Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell.Pro-lifers recently disco ... discuss

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DANA POINT, Calif. (AP) — Tiny tuna crabs have been washing up by the thousands on some Orange County beaches. ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — According to the timetable that I set for myself as a teenager 18 ½ years ago, I should now be able to have my life back. I had gotten pregnant at the age of 17, and married ... discuss

CBR’s Jackie Hawkins boldly showing the truth by Kendra Wright Sometimes people say we would be more effective if we “just passed out brochures.”  One student at East Carolina University ( ... discuss

Have A Whole Lot More Pablumby Seton Motley, Contributing Author: As we’ve often discussed, the Tech Media is just as hopelessly Leftist and lost as the broader Jurassic Press. They are both echo c ... discuss

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenThe media has been in an uproar over the last few weeks over the postcards featuring abortion victims that are being distributed across the country. Journalist after journali ... discuss

My Aunt Rachel Ross would be turning 50 today... she's had nearly half a century with the Lord. She was born on June 14, 1965. June 14 is Flag Day and Rachel was given the middle name Ross partly afte ... discuss

I am so thankful for the vivid memories I have from the time I was pregnant with Lily and when God intervened in my life and saved the life of my baby girl and my life through her life. I look back an ... discuss

To quote the late, inordinately great Ronald Reagan, “Government is not the solution to our problem – government is the problem.” To quote the White Stripes, “I said it once before but it ... discuss

In January, a worker at the Narragansett Bay Commission’s Bucklin Point Wastewater Treatment Facility discovered the body of a dead newborn baby  in some debris. An autopsy on the male baby found t ... discuss

TOKYO (AP) — The tiny Pacific nation of Palau, fighting a rising tide of illegal fishing in its waters, has set fire to four boats of Vietnamese caught poaching sea cucumbers and other marine life i ... discuss

(Ndolo Family Blog) At first, I hadn’t planned on sharing Celeste’s story. At least not publicly.  As the days have gone on, though, my heart has changed.  As we’ve traveled the hard road of ... discuss

 Pro-Lifers Honor 47 Victims of Gosnell Buried in Unmarked Plot in PhiladelphiaBy Micaiah Bulger, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation A tiny blue silk flower is the o ... discuss

The Untied State Senate tomorrow will state the process of moving the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act forward to protect unborn babies, who are capable of feeling intense pain in abortions, f ... discuss

An Ohio legislative committee today heard sponsor testimony on a significant piece of pro-life legislation — the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.B. 117 and S.B. 127). The bill prohibits ... discuss

Mrs. Darwin wrote about a recent encounter that left her with the "wound that will not heal" — hatred toward an old lady who shrieked at her child in a restaurant.As we were finishing up everything, ... discuss

Fifteen months ago, Keira-Drew Burns was born at just 25 weeks and weighing 1.1 lbs (499g)–less “than a bag of sugar,” according to reporter Madlen Davies of the Daily Mail. She was so tiny she ... discuss

In April 2014, Walker Colt Pruett was born at 26-weeks and spent his first three months of life in a North Carolina neonatal intensive care unit. His parents, Erica and Jared Pruett, were worried abou ... discuss

The Government Subsidies Pile Up- And So Do the Products Subsidizedby Seton Motley, Contributing Author: To quote the late, inordinately great Ronald Reagan, “Government is not the solution to our ... discuss

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There is no doubt that things look very bleak for the cause of freedom and justice nowadays. But please don’t let that keep you from bold actions of advocacy or from bold prayers for God to act as w ... discuss

Fifteen months ago, Keira-Drew Burns was born at just 25 weeks and weighing 1.1 lbs (499g)–less “than a bag of sugar,” according to reporter Madlen Davies of the Daily Mail. She was so tiny she ... discuss

by Tom Balek, Contributing Author: About 25 years ago my wife and I were on a vacation trip in Hot Springs, Arkansas. We had just got out of our car on a downtown street near the post office when a ... discuss

Women, unlike men, have the privilege of sharing an intimate bond with the preborn through their bodies, and their maternal instinct exists even in the absence of physical motherhood.  During pregnan ... discuss

Recently, two major developments in Somalia and Djibouti have attracted international media attention. John Kerry became the first U.S. Secretary of State to visit Mogadishu, whilst China has negotiat ... discuss

R.C. Sproul’s book Chosen by God is undoubtedly one of the most important books ever written on the subject of God’s sovereignty in salvation. Certainly it is the only one tha ... discuss

 Book reveals the grisly reality many prochoicers don’t knowBy Sarah Terzo Author Sue Hertz spent a year researching abortion. Her research included interviewing both clinic worker ... discuss

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN At Live Action News, Sarah Terzo refutes the outrageous claims of pro-abortion Methodist minister John M. Swomley, who argues that preborn children a ... discuss

Writing at Salon, freelance writer Amy Beeman describes her past job working at an abortion clinic and the first woman she saw have an abortion (my emphasis).         I f ... discuss

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenThe abortion movement is generally split into two camps: Those who believe abortion is a “necessary evil,” but necessary nonetheless, and those who believe that abortion ... discuss

Progressives are a Faithful lot. They live, and die, by a Creed. Welcome to the Church of State. We saw the religiosity at work again recently in the United Kingdom.  We saw Martyrdom. When the voter ... discuss

I know this is a shock, but CNN lied a whole bunch in their Feb, um, ‘report’ about white terror groups.  Must reading.   Meditation study finds that meditation and mindfulness are ... discuss

Late this afternoon, the U.S. House passed by a vote of 242-184 an important life-saving bill known as H.R. 36: the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. This overwhelming majority reflects the co ... discuss

“Before I formed you in the belly, I knew you. Before you came forth out of the womb, I sanctified you. I have appointed you a prophet to the nations.”  WEB (Read these scriptures an ... discuss

Laura Maikata’s baby boy was born at a gestational age of 23 weeks and weighed 600 grams at birth. His chances of survival were slim. His parents named Jonathan Amos, which means “God’s gift and ... discuss

In November 2014, Lewis Brown came into the world 15-weeks early and weighed a tiny 1Ib 3oz, which is equivalent to half a bag of sugar. According to the Mirror Online, after his birth he had 16 blood ... discuss

(LiveActionNews) — The essay “Products of Conception” is a first-hand account from a nurse who worked in a hospital that did abortions. It’s appeared in a little-known book called “The A ... discuss

 Abortionist: my career is “emotionally satisfying” Send to Kindle By Sarah Terzo Abortionist William HarrisonDr. William Harrison was ... discuss

Contact: Colette Bercu, C.E.O., Free for Life International, 615-969-9052 FRANKLIN, Tenn., May 14, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ -- It has been less than 3 weeks since the tiny country of Nepal suffere ... discuss

Contact: Colette Bercu, C.E.O., Free for Life International, 615-969-9052 FRANKLIN, Tenn., May 14, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ -- It has been less than 3 weeks since the tiny country of Nepal suffere ... discuss

 Nurse quits after witnessing abortion of a 4-pound baby girl Send to Kindle By Sarah Terzo The essay “Products of Conception” is a f ... discuss

 Protect Pain-Capable Unborn Children from the Violence of Abortion Send to Kindle Editor’s note. The following is excerpted from the re ... discuss

I came across this, posted originally in 2009, when I was looking for Pentecost related materials. (Yes, I use my own blog the way others do.) Anyway, this was a lovely thing to think about and I thou ... discuss

This year was my 7th Mother's Day as a mother, though honestly most probably wouldn't see me as one for all those years. I see it as my responsibility to explain why I was a mother all those years ago ... discuss

Random pictures of our week. Good times were had by all. I suspect we’ll be finding pink feathers for weeks. The youngest of the Equuschick’s and Shasta’s blessings. The oldest of th ... discuss

The House of Representatives today approved a pro-life bill that bans abortions from after 20-weeks of pregnancy up to the day of birth. The vote for the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act broke ... discuss

Although Americans strongly support legislation that would ban late-term abortions and protect babies who are capable of feeling intense pain during an abortion, President Barack Obama would veto the ... discuss

Liz Joice’s story inspired millions of people with her selfless love and her refusal to have an abortion and sacrifice her own life for her unborn child. When Elizabeth Joice found out she was p ... discuss

by Jane St. Clair Yes sir, Pardner, here at Old Tucson Studios you can return now to those thrilling days of yesteryear when the daring and resourceful riders of the plains led the fight for law and ... discuss

When Eloise was a toddler, Stevie brought her to see the doctors who told her she should have an abortion because she wanted them to think long and hard about their so-called advice. She explained, ... discuss

Stevie wasn’t going to give up on her unborn daughter, even though she was told that she had a fatal disease and she should abort. At her 20-week ultrasound, her doctor told her that her baby wasn ... discuss

Republicans in the House of Representatives will hold a vote on the anniversary of the murder conviction of late-term abortionist Kermit Gosnell on a marquee bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks of pr ... discuss

With Obamacare being a Train Wreck, the Obama Admin  turns to implement the EPA Energy Train Wreckby Phil Kerpen, Contributing Author: Federal taxpayers spent a shocking total of $5.4 billion – ... discuss

was born about 1342, and when she was thirty years old, she became gravely ill and was expected to die. Then, on the seventh day, the medical crisis passed, and she had a series of fifteen visions, or ... discuss

In a fascinating study out of England, researchers found that women give their unborn babies valuable nourishment through “womb milk.” This milk is known as histiotrophe and provides embryos the e ... discuss

Abolish Human Abortion leader Don Cooper wrote on Facebook two days ago: I am an abolitionist. I am calling for the immediate abolition of human abortion. And anyone who opposes the immediate abolit ... discuss

Well, the royal baby has a name, quite a moniker for a tiny tot. She is Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, reflecting three generations: her great grandmother Elizabeth, her grandmother Diana and grandfather ... discuss

 Mom credits ordinary plastic supermarket freezer bags for survival of her two premature infants Send to KindleBy Dave Andrusko We love r ... discuss

In Scotland, hundreds of people have attended the funeral of a six-week-old baby boy who they didn’t even know. Two years ago, an unidentified boy was found dead and wrapped up in a blanket on an Ed ... discuss

Al Sharpton Wants Fed Cop OverlordsJust think of it -- the same government that gave us Benghazi and Fast and Furious being in charge of policing every little community in this country. (I'm pausing h ... discuss

By Patrick J. Buchanan Had Freddie Gray been robbed, beaten and left to die in the streets of his Baltimore neighborhood, no one would be mourning him today. No one would be marching for Freddie. No ... discuss

By Mark S. Latkovic, S.T.D. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the four consolidated same-sex “marriage” cases, including Ohio’s Obergefell vs. Hodgeson, on April 28, 2015. As The New Yor ... discuss

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenAfter another two weeks on the road, it’s often difficult to sit down and collect my thoughts. To try and make sense of the vivid contrasts that make up the view a pro-life ... discuss

Precious girl . . . I see you every single day.  I hear your loud laughter and I watch you being so sweet and mothering to the three youngest children in our center.And I am proud of you.I know h ... discuss

TweetWhat motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?I have always been strongly convicted both morally and spiritually that abortion is wrong, but what really mo ... 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

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

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

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

-- 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

 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




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