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Pro-Life Lessons for the New School Year

By Susan Ciancio Can you feel the excitement in the air? It’s nearly the beginning of another school year—another year to learn with your students, another year to see the wonder in their eyes, and another year to take control of their learning environment and make the experience as rich as you possibly can. You’ve […]

A Pound of Flesh

By Judie Brown The origin of the phrase “a pound of flesh” is Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice. The character Shylock demands payment for a loan, causing Portia, who is making the final judgment in the matter, to say to him, “Take then thy bond, take thou thy pound of flesh.” Of interest in the scene […]

An Unexpected Recovery and What We Can Learn from It

By Nancy Valko, RN, ALNC When 28-year-old Jacob Haendel was rushed to an emergency room in Massachusetts four years ago, the doctors thought he was having a stroke but brain scans showed something very different. Instead, his brain scans showed that his “brain seemed to be unplugging itself from the rest of his body.” One […]

Pro-Life This Week – August 6, 2021

Week in Review – Report Shows HHS Gave Nearly $3 Million to Harvest Fetal Organs; Missouri Under Pressure to Defund PP On Tuesday of this week, Judicial Watch and The Center for Medical Progress (CMP) released a report showing that the US Department of Health and Human Services gave nearly $3 million in federal funds […]

Empty-Headed Nonsense

By Judie Brown St. Paul told the Ephesians that they should not go on living an empty-headed life. America needs to hear his message today more than ever. There are copious reasons for avoiding the misinformation that proliferates almost daily, but the following examples should suffice. Pro-abortion Catholic president Joe Biden held a town hall […]

BOOK REVIEW: Speak to Your Children

By Karen Mahoney A child’s first years are critical. Bonds with parents are established, major brain development occurs, and familial love and acceptance form how he views himself and others around him. Most professionals agree that the early years are foundational for success in life. What has not always been given equal consideration is the […]