Hope Alive in 2020

Trump, Biden, and Love!

By Judie Brown Cursing the darkness or waiting for someone else to take up the cause, especially if that someone is a politician like Trump or Biden, is never a good idea. The plight of the innocent preborn, elderly, and others whose lives are at risk every day rests upon us. With God’s help, amazing […]

How to Answer Planned Parenthood #1

By Jim Sedlak Planned Parenthood likes to tout its work in ads, e-mail releases, op-eds, and fundraising pieces. These are always fluff pieces, often with exaggerations, that present PP in the best possible light and leave out all the contradictory facts. As a service to all those fighting Planned Parenthood across the United States, STOPP […]

Celebrating Pro-Life Women

By Laura Kizior Throughout history, women have worked tirelessly for equal rights in education, the family, politics, and in society. Feminists today are known for their staunch support of abortion and anti-life policies, but that was not always the case. Early feminists decried the violence of abortion and understood how badly abortion hurts women. Below are some […]

Vigilance in Our Time

By Judie Brown Federalist commentator Christopher Bedford recently wrote an analysis of the failure of Catholic leadership to be spiritual guides for the laity. By their silence and assent to all that is the Democratic party, many of the bishops have allowed public figures to use their fraudulent Catholic identity to drive a dagger through […]

Perinatal Palliative Care

By Julie Grimstad When preborn babies are diagnosed with serious disabling and sometimes life-threatening conditions, parents routinely are pressured to choose abortion. When they refuse to have their babies killed, perinatal (meaning around the time of birth) palliative care may be offered to them. This specialized support is also available for children with disorders that […]

Pro-Life This Week – November 13, 2020

Week in Review – Will 2020 ever end? It appears that everything just wants to hang around in 2020. Here it is in mid-November and the coronavirus is still affecting all of our activities. Masks and social distancing are still in place and, in many states, the government-mandated closing of businesses and churches are returning. […]