Educate Like a Pro: How CLSP Enriches a Curriculum

By Laura Kizior As concerned parents and educators, you understand the need to give your children and students a quality education. The art of teaching is a delicate balance between academic subjects and real-life skills in order to give students a truly well-rounded education. Teaching and living the culture of life in your family or […]

Death: The Definitive Painkiller

By Judie Brown Palliative care was originally understood to be the practice of offering relief and comfort to a suffering or dying patient. But the popular version of this technique is something quite different. Ione Whitlock suggests that today “one is well-advised to be skeptical of a referral to palliative care.” Why? Because, in essence, […]

All Aboard for Noah

By Lissette Diaz Where do I begin with God’s glorious mercy over my life? I was born a Christian and raised in a very devoted family. I attended Catholic school all my life, faithfully went to Mass, read God’s word, and prayed every night before bed. But nothing could have prepared me for what my […]

Pro-Life This Week – May 3, 2019

  Week in Review – Trump protects conscience rights; NY pro-lifers; “It’s Perfectly Normal” The big news this week comes from the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Civil Rights and deals with conscience rights. HHS issued an updated rule that will apply to all programs funded in whole or in part by […]

Who Is the Biggest Liar in the Room?

By Judie Brown Who is the biggest liar in the room? Is it the media, the pro-abortion Catholic, or the president who defends the babies? OK, none of these folks is perfect. Let’s make that clear. But when it comes to defending the preborn versus those who would prefer killing them to welcoming them, the […]

Planned Bullyhood Loses County Space in Michigan

By Jim Sedlak Since 2010, Planned Parenthood has leased clinic space from the Muskegon County (Michigan) Health Department. Planned Parenthood takes up at least a third of a county building, to the rear, complete with two exam rooms, a front desk area, a records room, and a lab space. The lab space and at least […]