Can We Use Our Consciences on Contraception?

Surveys in many countries consistently show that most Catholics believe that decisions of conscience about contraception rightfully belong with those who must bear and rear children.  The legitimacy of teaching requires that it be embraced by the faithful. Your teaching has no such legitimacy.  It is a marginalized minority view in our church, defended largely . . . Read more

Shouldn’t Every Child Be Wanted?

The three most popular pro-abortion slogans are “Woman’s body, woman’s choice!,” “Freedom of choice!” and “Every child a wanted child!” These slogans are catchy, and they appeal in a superficial manner to the sense of fairness in all of us.  However, it takes only a little thought to break through the attractive façade and see . . . Read more

I’m Personally Opposed to Abortion …

Pro-abortionists use many simplistic and misleading slogans, including “Woman’s body, woman’s choice!,” “When men can get pregnant, they can have an opinion on abortion,” and “There must be strict separation of Church and State.”  All of these are meant to intimidate pro-life people into not taking action to protect the unborn. This is also the . . . Read more

Should Men Speak Out against Abortion?

One of the painfully transparent (but very effective) tactics pro-abortionists use to keep potential pro-lifers out of the movement is the allegation that men should just “butt out” and not interfere with the decisions women make about their own bodies. As usual, their most incandescent hatred is directed against the all-male Catholic priesthood.  Novelist Louise . . . Read more

The Crisis Pregnancy Center Movement

     “Speak, yourself, on behalf of the dumb, on behalf of all the unwanted; speak, yourself, pronounce a just verdict, uphold the rights of the poor, of the needy.” — Proverbs 31:8-9.   The organized American pro-life movement has a very long and honorable history.  It is more than 350 years old — a century . . . Read more

Why Don’t Pro-Life Groups Merge?

Since the mid-1970s, efficiency-minded pro-lifers have asked why all of the major pro-life groups in the United States don’t merge into one colossal organization. This move would certainly have several major advantages.  It would probably be more financially efficient, it would eliminate much duplication of effort, it would be very high-profile, and it would possibly . . . Read more

How Does Abortion Affect the United States?

Since the first states legalized the procedure in 1967, there have been over 60 million abortions performed in the United States.  Eighteen percent of our nation’s entire population has disappeared into the latter‑day extermination camps we know as abortion clinics. How has the loss of so much of our population affected the social and economic . . . Read more

Does Pro-Life Rhetoric Lead to Violence?

Pro-abortionists frequently tell us to keep our opinions ― and even our science ― to ourselves. They say that we must not refer to abortionists as “baby killers” and to abortion as “murder.” `Catholics’ for a Free Choice goes even further, claiming that anyone who says that preborn children are human beings encourages terrorism.1 Pro . . . Read more

The Homophile Agenda and the Attack on Free Speech

Anyone who is concerned about the influence of the homosexual agenda on reshaping traditional values must become intimately familiar with the major tactics that homophiles commonly employ in order to anticipate them and respond in charity and truth. Homophile strategists are very adept at manipulating public opinion with an arsenal of six tactics that are . . . Read more