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ALL publishes open letter to Catholic Relief Services
Parents, beware: Planned Parenthood pushing TOP program
Saint Michael the Archangel High School
A moving tribute to the Church’s great new saint and hero of the pro-life
American Life League reboots its ALL Pro-Life Today newsletter.
Pray and Fast for Our Bishops: a campaign to strengthen our bishops in sanctity and wisdom
Catholic Relief Services gave $64 million to groups that subvert Catholicism
Fame, fortune, abortion, and miscarriage
2014.04.23 - 11:45am - Rey Flores
This past week we saw three news items that caused us to ponder the sometimes painful realities of a child growing in the womb.  One sad story came from an already-established, albeit fledgling, Hollywood movie actress who disclosed, through tears during a television interview, that she recently had a miscarriage. read more...
Global majority: Pew Poll Shows Most Nations around the World Find Abortion, Homosexuality Immoral
2014.04.23 - 11:30am - LifeSiteNews
Not a single nation in the 40 countries surveyed by Pew Research Center said abortion is morally acceptable. The majority of the people in dozens of nations across every continent but Antarctica deemed abortion and homosexuality morally unacceptable, according to results from the Pew Research Center’s 2013 Global Attitudes. An outright majority of citizens in 26 countries found abortion morally objectionable – 13 of them by a three-to-one margin. The nations with the lowest tolerance of abortion were the Philippines, followed by Ghana, Indonesia, Uganda, and El Salvador. read more...
Planned Parenthood Closes Office [Hawaii]
2014.04.23 - 11:15am - The Garden Island
After two years of service, Planned Parenthood of Hawaii officials said Tuesday the organization is halting walk-in office services on Kauai. Officials didn’t specify why it was closing the office off Rice Street that had been open only on Fridays, but said it will expand its educational outreach on the island while the office is closed. read more...
Noah Movie: Worth Seeing, Despite the Errors
2014.04.23 - 11:00am - Crisis Magazine
Even before its opening March 28 the film Noah starring Russell Crowe as the man commissioned by God to build an ark, stirred controversy among Christians. A number of Christian reviewers have praised the movie. But Noah has its significant detractors, many of whom have condemn its unbiblical mounting of the Genesis story. This reviewer was sent numerous emails warning of the film’s secular exploitation of Sacred Scripture.  Many without seeing the movie, condemn it because its director Darren Aronofsky is an atheist, and assume the movie is anti-Christian because it does not use the name “God,” takes liberties with the biblical text, turns Noah into a radical environmentalist, does not seem to have considered that incest for the sake of continuing the human race presents a moral dilemma, and fallen angels get saved. Some believe that the overall message of the film is that the world would be better off if every member of the human race was annihilated. One reviewer even labeled the movie as “brilliantly sinister anti-Christian filmmaking.” The fact is Noah is a provocative, complex piece of filmmaking that is pro-God, pro-religion and ultimately pro-life.  In other words, some Christian critics have it wrong. read more...
Alabama Supreme Court Recognizes Child in the Womb Has Fundamental Rights
2014.04.22 - 11:45am - Catholic Online
On Good Friday, April 18, 2014, the Supreme Court of Alabama earned a special place in history.  In an 8-1 opinion entitled Ex parte Sarah Janie Hicks, the Court ruled that the child in the womb has rights, like every other child. read more...
Controversial British model plans abortion so she can star on 'Big Brother'
2014.04.22 - 11:30am - NY Daily News
A wannabe celebrity plans to have an abortion just so she can appear on a reality television program. Josie Cunningham, who got pregnant either working as a prostitute or through having sex with a soccer player, says being pregnant is ruining her chances of becoming famous on reality TV. "I'm finally on the verge of becoming famous and I'm not going to ruin it now," the British 23-year-old told The Mirror. read more...