Daily Archives: December 29, 2011

One Woman’s Story: My Abortion Haunts My Soul, Even Today.

The following is a testimony from Silent No More, the post-abortion outreach ministry run by Priests for Life. The testimony comes from Cindy (not pictured right), a 39-year-old woman who shares her negative abortion experience: I am not your typical … Continue reading

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News Flash: Italian Parish Prevented an Abortion by Adopting the Unwanted Baby

From Corriere.it 27th. Dec., 2011 An already large family with just one wage coming in faced an unexpected pregnancy in the midst of the economic crisis. But the abortion, for which an appointment at the clinic had been fixed, was … Continue reading

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Introvigne and the era of martyrs

Christian minorities in Pakistan According to the sociologist of religion, Massimo Introvigne, the killing of Christians is not only a phenomenon linked to past centuries; it is still alive today vatican insider staff rome Christian martyrdom is not only a … Continue reading

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“Rising above what is human to what is divine”: the urgency of the ‘reform of the reform’.

The Constitution of the Sacred Liturgy teaches that “the liturgy is the summit toward which the activity of the Church is directed; it is also the font from which all her power flows.” (SC, 10) and necessary for catechizing the … Continue reading

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