Posted on Apr 20, 2015. Full Post.

Pro-Life Thoughts on the Camino

The most common slogan was "aborto libre" (free or unlimited abortion) spray-painted on public benches.
My primary purpose for walking the Camino de Santiago de Compostela was to perform a spiritual pilgrimage that has been undertaken since ancient times by countless Christians. Even with such intent, however, some of the decay of modern society is apparent. As I walked through the picturesque cities of Castilla & Leon in Northern Spain, I began to notice pro-abortion graffiti. The most common slogan was “aborto libre” (free or unlimited abortion) spray-painted on public benches.  Pro-life pilgrims, for their part, responded with their own messages. Spain is in the midst of a dramatic national debate over abortion. The previous…
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Rest in Peace, Faithful Shepherd: Cardinal Francis George

Posted on Apr 17, 2015. Full Post.
Statement from Human Life International on the passing of Cardinal Francis George, the Emeritus Archbishop of Chicago: “The priests and staff of Human Life International mourn the loss of Cardinal…
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Postponed: Abortion-Expanding Tanzania Referendum

Posted on Apr 16, 2015. Full Post.
Tanzania’s proposed constitutional referendum, which was laden with population control and gender ideology, provoked divisive debates in the African nation. For the time being, however, the radical proposals have been…
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Stand in Solidarity With the Elderly

Posted on Apr 14, 2015. Full Post.
(Zenit.org) — The Pontifical Academy for Life held its annual assembly in March on the theme of end of life assistance to the elderly. While there are numerous Vatican documents and…
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Take Up Your Cross and Follow Me – On the Camino

Posted on Apr 13, 2015. Full Post.
With over 20 pounds of gear and backpack, and walking hundreds of miles to Santiago de Compostela, the pilgrim responds concretely to Christ’s call. “If anyone would come after me,…
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