Posted on Jul 28, 2014. Full Post.

The Black Madonna Welcomed in the Dakotas

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Numerous Indian burial mounds of the Lakota, Dakota and Nakota tribes still rest on the high bluffs above the Big Sioux River, near the picturesque falls that Lewis and Clark came across some 210 years. Bringing Our Lady of Czestochowa to a state that joined the Union in 1889, the From Ocean to Ocean Campaign in Defense of Life was welcomed kindly by local Catholics. South Dakotans have gained a reputation for defending life in their state laws. In fact, an Appeals Court in 2008 upheld a South Dakota law that requires abortionists to inform women in writing that the abortion procedure “will…
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Generous Support Finds HLI Kenya Director Speechless

Posted on Jul 25, 2014. Full Post.
Though soft-spoken, Father Rafael Wanjohi delivers a powerful life-saving message that speaks volumes to the Kenyan people. Since 1999, HLI’s country director has built a supportive pro-life community to help…
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Lincoln, Nebraska Welcomes Our Lady of Czestochowa

Posted on Jul 21, 2014. Full Post.
by Father Peter West and Chris Morales   – Liveliness best describes the scene of arrival for the pilgrim icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa in Lincoln, Nebraska. The state…
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Kansas City Life Saved After Black Madonna Visit

Posted on Jul 18, 2014. Full Post.
By Father Peter West and Chris Morales In Kansas City, the Wyandotte Pregnancy Clinic provides abortion clinic alternative services and free pregnancy tests for families in need.  This proved to…
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A Different Message at Goa, India’s World Population Day Rally

Posted on Jul 17, 2014. Full Post.
The World Population Day rally in Goa, India a week ago was one of many such events held throughout the world. The annual event was started by the United Nations…
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