Apathetic to Truth

Apathetic to Truth

By Judie Brown If there ever were a synonym for the aftermath of marketing death for 60 years and calling it a right, the word apathetic is it. This word captures America’s attitude toward actual truth. Disinterested, indifferent, and unconcerned are words that define the results of someone falling prey to the idea that killing […]

If Aborted Babies Had Voices

By Judie Brown When we published “If Preborn Babies Had Voices” last Friday, Allen Ptack—one of ALL’s staff members—recommended a follow-up that would address what the victims of abortion might say if these aborted babies had voices. He emphasized that these babies are “innocent martyrs who were aborted, now pleading with all of us who […]

If Preborn Babies Had Voices

By Judie Brown Recently, an attorney named Thomas Glessner—founder of the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates—wrote regarding the upcoming Supreme Court case on abortion. He stated: “The court need not reverse Roe outright to uphold the law. It could modify Roe to allow states to pass pre-viability bans. If it does this, the heart of Roe will be cut […]

Child Martyrs Can Show Bishops the Way

By Judie Brown Stories of the bravery of saints can motivate Catholic bishops to do wonderful things for their flock and for the world. For instance, there is an amazing story of an 11-year-old Chinese girl named Li who, during the Boxer Rebellion of 1900, was praying unnoticed in the back of a Catholic Church […]

Jab: A COVID Vaccine Train Wreck

By Judie Brown Pro-life Americans have been laser focused on the morally questionable development of the various COVID-19 vaccines, all of which employ aborted baby cells either in their development, their manufacturing, or both. Further, the COVID-19 vaccines have not been approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration, but rather have been given the […]

Profaning or Cohering

By Judie Brown Catholic bishops, for the most part, seem to be unfamiliar with the difference between profaning the body of Christ in the Eucharist and being coherent in a policy that defends and protects Him from sacrilege. We know that to profane means to “treat (something sacred) with abuse, irreverence, or contempt.” On the […]