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5 Reasons to Discuss Assisted Suicide with Your Teens

By Susan Ciancio We know it can be extremely difficult to talk to teenagers about difficult topics like abortion, suicide, euthanasia, or other sensitive issues. We often have parents, educators, and youth ministers tell us that they want to have meaningful conversations, but they don’t know where to begin. That’s why we created our Conversation Starter series. […]

The Ninety-Two

By Judie Brown Recently 92 members of Congress called on the Food and Drug Administration’s commissioner, Stephen Hahn, to redefine the abortion pill Mifeprex (mifepristone) as a “hazard” or “threat of danger.” The goal is to have the pill removed from the market. Senator Ted Cruz and 19 of his colleagues in the Senate sent […]

Commonplace Killing

By Judie Brown Healthcare dangers abound, as we have seen in many recent news stories. And these stories show just how little human life matters to some people. A recent complaint filed with the federal Occupational Health and Safety Administration by National Nurses United alleges that HCA Healthcare hospitals require nurses to work while positive for COVID-19, […]

Pro-Life This Week – September 4, 2020

Week in Review – United States Senators are standing up against the abortion industry. This week, 20 Republican senators sent a letter to FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn asking that he take a serious look at the use of the Abortion Pill in the United States—with an eye towards declaring the pill (Mifeprex) an “imminent hazard to the public […]

The 2020 Election and Racist Planned Parenthood

By Jim Sedlak In the last two weeks, both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party have held their respective national conventions and selected their nominees for president and vice president of the United States. In this article, we are not going to discuss individual candidates, but will look briefly at the contrasting platforms of […]

Inspiration from St. Teresa of Calcutta

By Susan Ciancio On Saturday, we will celebrate the feast day of a woman who spent her life caring for the poorest of the poor. Born Gonxha Agnes, she joined the Sisters of Loreto at the age of 18, where she took the name Sister Mary Teresa. Upon taking her final vows, she was called […]