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Planned Parenthood Dealing with Racism Charges

By Jim Sedlak With all the revelations about the racism at Planned Parenthood, Harper’s Bazaar printed a 3,000-word feature article that originally appeared in the December 2020/January 2021 issue of Harper’s Bazaar, available on newsstands December 1, 2020. The article was written by Dani McClain and is titled The Racial Reckoning Inside Planned Parenthood.  McClain’s […]

Pro-Life This Week – December 4, 2020

Week in Review – The election is not, yet, over. The following information is being circulated among pro-life leaders in the country. We bring it to you today for your information and possible action. State legislatures have the authority, based on the Constitution (Article 2.1), to determine how the presidential electors for their states will […]

Bodies, Sins, and Mercy

By Judie Brown Nearly 20 years ago, Archbishop John Myers wrote a pastoral letter in which he reminded his flock of the basics upon which our fight to end the slaughter of the innocents is based, saying that “most people would be horrified by a proposal to kill another person.” He explained that this is […]

STOPP Releases Report on Planned Parenthood Racism

By Jim Sedlak Planned Parenthood is racist. Pro-lifers have spoken those words about Planned Parenthood for decades. The claim is usually followed by a description of actions or statements by Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood. All too frequently, Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s supporters have dismissed those claims. All that changed in June […]

Celebrating Advent with St. Francis Xavier

By Susan Ciancio Tomorrow we will celebrate the Feast of St. Francis Xavier. A few days ago, we began the joyous season of Advent. Those who knew Francis said he was always filled with an immense joy. Though he died at a young age, he spent the last 15 years of his life spreading that […]

Cardinal Wilton Gregory’s Travesty

By Judie Brown Wilton Gregory, of the Archdiocese of Washington, DC, was recently hailed by the media for becoming America’s first black Catholic cardinal. His elevation to the post of cardinal came as a shock to many of us, but then again, we are living in strange times. Gregory, for those unaware, is a controversial […]