Is the American Nurses Association Ready to Drop Opposition to Assisted Suicide?

Red-Pilled Bishops, the Devil, and the Truth

By Judie Brown Red-pilled: According to the Urban Dictionary, “red-pilled” is a description of those who “prefer the truth, no matter how gritty and painful it may be.” We can use the term “red-pilled” to apply to heroic Catholic bishops in our own age. Such men are the teachers who inspire us to stay strong […]

HALO Fact Sheets: Helping People Make Medical Decisions

By Julie Grimstad HALO—the Healthcare Advocacy and Leadership Organization—has created fact sheets on issues of great importance to people making life and death medical decisions. These are available at halorganization.com under Resources. Our newest fact sheet is entitled “Are Organ Donors Truly Dead Before Their Organs Are Taken?” The “dead donor rule”—a person must be […]

Margaret Sanger: Where Is She Now?

Margaret Sanger: Where Is She Now?

Margaret Sanger is known today as an outspoken eugenicist, a feminist rabble rouser, an advocate of birth control, and founder America’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood.

Saving Babies Enslaves Their Mothers?

By Judie Brown Ohio representative Janine Boyd (D) drafted an amendment to the Ohio Heartbeat Bill that would have been a radical departure from such laws. Her proposed amendment would have exempted black babies from protection under that law. Fortunately, Governor Mike DeWine signed the new law without the Boyd amendment, but the story bears repeating. While […]

The Bible and Progressive Thought

By Mark Davis Pickup A man sent me an e-mail identifying himself as “Dave.” He’s a “buffet Christian”—meaning he picks and chooses which parts of Christianity and the Bible he likes and rejects the rest. At one point in his e-mail, Dave wrote, “We ignore the many parts of the Bible that are repulsive and […]

Millions of Tiny Crucifixions

It has often been said that without the Crucifixion there would be no Resurrection. This is what we witness during these three days beginning with Holy Thursday and culminating Easter Sunday morning. The word crucifixion, defined as an “extreme and painful punishment” resulting in death, was the form of capital punishment used by Romans and others […]

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