Pro-Life This Week – August 7, 2020

Week in Review – This Congressional Omnibus Spending Bill (HR 7617) is bad news. The fall-out from Planned Parenthood’s admissions about Margaret Sanger’s participation in racist and white supremacist ideas and actions continues to spread across the country. According to the North State Journal, Rev. Dean Nelson, an African American minister and executive director for Human […]

Planned Parenthood’s Hollow Disclaimer

By Judie Brown Planned Parenthood’s sham public comments about Margaret Sanger are merely rhetorical “social distancing from [its] founder.” The words ring hollow in every respect. Margaret Sanger—the racist, despiser of the poor, and all around nasty woman—instilled a philosophy that pulses through the very lifeblood of Planned Parenthood’s existence. So while Planned Parenthood says […]

How Many Really Knew?

By Jim Sedlak Planned Parenthood’s world is being rocked these days. Its continuing admissions of being a white supremacist, racist organization—not only in the past, but also in the present day—have a lot of its supporters feeling betrayed. People who believed the Planned Parenthood lies of being a benevolent healthcare organization have been forced to […]

Why You Must Teach Your Kids about the Culture of Life before High School

A few minutes on a major television network is enough to convince any parent that the world is a dangerous place for young people.

The Leprosy of Hate

By Judie Brown St. Damien of Molokai is one of the most incredible examples of what it means to be genuinely pro-life. He reflected this way of life in his words, but more importantly in his actions. Fr. Damien devoted his life to the spiritual and physical needs of the members of a leper colony […]

Palliative Care and Hospice

By Julie Grimstad When a healthcare provider recommends palliative care or hospice, patients and their families need guidance so they can make the best life-affirming decisions possible in their circumstances. The Healthcare Advocacy and Leadership Organization (HALO) advises people to do their homework before electing a palliative care or hospice program. One place to start is […]