Four Ways to Respect Life in 2018

Canceling the Basic Right to Exist

By Judie Brown(Part 5 of our Cancel Culture series) In a well-written article entitled “A Proof of the Existence of God,” author James Kidd sets forth the truths that underscore the fact that God does exist and that because of His omnipotent power each and every one of us exists. Kidd finishes his article with […]

Planned Parenthood Feeling Pressure on Racist Activities

By Jim Sedlak An unprecedented move this past weekend by PP’s president and CEO, Alexis McGill Johnson, reveals that Planned Parenthood Federation of America is apparently in a fight for its existence over its individual and corporate racism. Groups opposed to Planned Parenthood have spent decades pointing out its inherent racism from its very beginnings […]

The Inspiring Words of St. Gianna Molla

By Susan Ciancio Building a culture of life includes taking care of those who need help, being a voice for the voiceless, putting others before yourself, and treating others with great love. Gianna Beretta Molla did all these things and more. Gianna was born in Italy in 1922 to a large Catholic family and grew […]

Nobody Cares

By Judie Brown A longtime pro-life advocate recently told us a very sad story. As he stood in front of an abortion facility praying the Rosary and holding a sign, someone rode by on a bicycle and yelled, “Give it up. Nobody cares.” That story struck a chord in my heart because what that individual […]

Racist Planned Parenthood Promises “Change” and “Reckoning”

For Immediate Release WASHINGTON, D.C. (19 April 2021) – For decades, American Life League has been a loud whistleblower of Planned Parenthood’s and its founder Margaret Sanger’s deep-rooted racism. Now, only a few months after the release of ALL’s latest research report entitled “Planned Parenthood’s Racism . . . in Their Own Words,” Planned Parenthood’s […]

To Catch a Falling Star

By Charlene Rack Thoughts of a former client worked their way to the surface of my memory recently. As an in-home caregiver of the elderly, this happens to me quite often. There’s something mysteriously divine about caring for folks when they are in the vulnerability of their waning years. They long to share their stories, […]