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Do some products contain fetal parts? The short gruesome answer: Yes. Today’s consumer products are not the soap and lampshades of recycled Nazi concentration camp victims. The new utilitarian use of people is a sophisticated enterprise, not visible to the human eye. Read more . . .
The 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey claims its female respondents regret after surgery to the point of reverting back to the original sex is 11%. Transgender men had a reversion rate of 4%. But considering that transgender surgery can cost well over $50,000, is that a surprise? Read more . . .
The top environmental agencies in the U.S., Canada and England have all found that unmetabolized birth control hormones excreted into the environment have caused feminization of male fish, delayed reproduction in female fish, and more. Read more . . .
Everyone should be familiar with our own prenatal histories: we might save an unborn child ourselves one day with this timeline of fetal development. The greatest pro-life tools are the full-color, beautiful, clear ultrasounds of pre-born babies peacefully floating in their mother’s wombs, illustrating fetal development. Read more . . .
I’ve thought of the famous “Footprints in the Sand” poem often over the last several years. Just the idea that God would say to me “My precious child, I love you and I would never leave you. During your times of suffering, when you could see only one set of footprints, it was then that I carried you” has sustained me. Read more . . .
What are good and faithful Catholics supposed to do when they encounter the anguish or despair in life that comes from an inability to do something they desperately want and that seems so natural—like having children? Read more . . .
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has reported that STDS are at a record high for the fifth year in a row in the United States. In 2018 2.4 million new cases were reported. Syphilis alone has increased 71% in the last five years (CDC). So maybe it’s time to tell the truth; the “solution” was never a fix to begin with. Read more . . .
Pregnancy is a joyous time of preparation, wonder, and abundant changes. But for a new mother it can also be a scary time. There’s so much to worry about as that tiny, vulnerable baby grows each and every day. That is why we invoke the help of Our Lady of Guadalupe and saints like St. Gerard. Read more . . .