Tag Archives: Pro-life

BREAKING: US Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade in historic ruling

The long-awaited victory for the pro-life movement means that abortion will be effectively banned in more than 20 states immediately. WASHINGTON, LifeSiteNews: The United States Supreme Court finally issued its ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Monday, upholding Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban, … Continue reading


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5 Things St. Gianna and Her Husband Teach Us About Dating, Marriage and Love

Love letters exchanged between St. Gianna and Pietro Molla reveal the loving history of their relationship — and include practical holy tips. Meghan Schultz at the National Catholic Register: She was a doctor who drove to Mass in her Fiat … Continue reading

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Stop Pretending the COVID Jab is Morally Equivalent to Other Meds

By Suzan Sammons at Crisis Magazine: In the unfortunate battle between Catholics who promote the COVID-19 injections and those who oppose them, several specious arguments have arisen. Proponents point to a long list of commonly used medications they say were also … Continue reading

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A letter from the bishops of Colorado on COVID-19 vaccine mandates

We, the Catholic bishops of Colorado, consistent with our previous letters on COVID-19 vaccines, affirm that the use of some COVID-19 vaccines is morally acceptable under certain circumstances. Throughout the pandemic we have cooperated with the various secular authorities and encouraged Catholics … Continue reading

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A full cradle and an empty grave: Christmas is the opposite of abortion

From LifeSiteNews: Each year, abortion groups celebrate the season by requesting donations and wishing everyone happy holidays. It is always ironic to see the spiritual descendants of Herod twist themselves into knots to acknowledge Christmas without being too religious, but … Continue reading

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