It's almost-but-not-quite old news that New York's Governor Cuomo signed radical pro-abortion legislation recently, and celebrated in garish fashion. Much has happened in the two weeks since. Abortion-friendly bills are coming up in state houses in Vermont, New Mexico, Virginia, and Rhode Island. In Washington, Senate and House look at legislation to protect children who … Continue reading N.Y. is Knee-Deep in Abortion; What About Your State?
Pro-lifers nationwide observe the anniversary of the Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wade decision every January, no matter who's in the White House and no matter which party holds a majority in Congress. Peaceful affirmation of the right to life is always in season. The next national March for Life in Washington will be Friday, January … Continue reading Plan Now for January’s March for Life
I spoke to Melinda Dellahoyde after her keynote speech at the annual dinner for Carenet NH in Hollis NH Saturday October 26. It's worth noting that while Planned Parenthood gets millions from the government to tell young women that it's brave to slaughter their children (and thus the generations of grandchildren and great grandchildren that … Continue reading Pro-Life Voices Melinda Dellahoyde Keynote Speaker Carenet NH Dinner
On Saturday I attended the Annual NH Carenet Dinner fundraiser celebrating another year of saving babies and helping pregnant women. I spoke to Dr. Jim Kelly who is running in the NH 27th district for State Rep. It's always nice to visit a state where republicans are not afraid to be publicly pro-life I … Continue reading Voices of Election 2018 Dr. Jim Kelly NH 27
I spoke to Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life at the 2018 Catholic Marketing Network Trade Show in Lancaster PA You can get his book Proclaiming the Message of Life: Weekly Reflections from the Lectionary here You can find Priest's for life site here I saved Fr. Pavone's interview for last because not only … Continue reading Voices of CMN 2018 Fr Frank Pavone of Priests for Life
John Dickinson: What's so terrible about being called an Englishman? The English don't seem to mind. Dr. Benjamin Franklin: Nor would I, were I given the full rights of an Englishman. But to call me one without those rights is like calling an ox a bull. He's thankful for the honor, but he'd much rather … Continue reading Which of these UK Responses on the #alfieevans case is a parody and which one is real?
My final interview from the 2018 Catholic Men's Conference at Assumption College Was Christine of Visitation House in Worcester. Visitation House does wonderful work. I've written about them before. their website is here. My interview with the speaker for their annual dinner held on April 28th this year is here. Now that these interviews are … Continue reading Voices of the Catholic Men’s Conference 2018 Christine of Visitation House
This from Instapundit on the death of Stephen Hawking jumped out at me. Stephen Hawking dies aged 76 peacefully at his home — 55 years after the world-famous physicist was diagnosed with ALS and given just two years to live. Hawkins was diagnosed in 1963 the year I was born. Judeo-Christian values were still the … Continue reading How Many Stephen Hawkings Died in my Lifetime?
Update to a November 2017 post: California's attorney general is on the U.S. Supreme Court's schedule for March 20, at which time he can explain why he should be able to tell pro-life pregnancy centers to advertise for abortions. That ought to elicit some searching questions from the Justices. The case is National Institute of … Continue reading Pro-Life Speech Case Coming to SCOTUS March 20
I was in the midst of the March for Life in Washington a few days ago. No count was possible from my vantage point, but you can view this time-lapse image from Students for Life to get an idea of the crowd. Not many satellite trucks around, though, except for EWTN's. Other news outlets managed … Continue reading Plan now for March for Life 2019
A 17-year old with no visible means of financial support got an abortion this morning. Not news, you say? Look again. “Jane Doe” is an immigrant, an unaccompanied 17-year-old, living in the U.S. without benefit of documentation. When Jane Doe learned she was pregnant, she sought an abortion in Texas, where she is living. Disputes … Continue reading Rough “Justice”
it came to be that if I agreed with my church I'm a catholic and I'm very catholic and I've been all my life ,that people were calling me a racist and a bigot for believing my beliefs and that, that was the final straw for me cause I'd been a democrat all my life … Continue reading Democrats and the Math of Elections and Life
I'm rambling a bit here, but all these disjointed thoughts about some life issues seem to be drifting together. There's nothing new under the sun, says the book of Ecclesiastes. What's strange to me is old news to someone in a different place or situation. I'm thinking in particular of two women from Canada whom … Continue reading Nothing New Under the Sun, and Avoiding “Game Over”
“It’s important to build community in a culture that wants to silence pro-life women and their beliefs.” — Melissa Ohden. Challenge accepted. In a time of handmaids who don’t want to see Planned Parenthood privatized and states that want to gag pro-life documentarians, there’s more pro-life work going on than will ever be documented by … Continue reading Notes from Pro-Life Women’s Conference
The final day of Fr. Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for Life's visit to Boston sponsored by WQPH and Prayers for life was the biggest. He spent the morning with the little sisters of the poor before heading over to the Our Lady Queen of the Universe Shrine in Boston run by the sons of Divine … Continue reading Fr Stephen Imbarrato at Our Lady Queen of the Universe Shrine St Don Oriano Boston