What Pro-Aborts Wish We’d Stop Talking About!

Abortion Survivors and Late-Term Abortions  The pro-abortion movement desperately wants everybody to stop talking about two things: late-term abortions and abortion survivors. If you listened to the pro-abortion talking points, you’d think that the first (late-term abortions) only ever take place for the rarest, gravest, and most life-threatening reasons, and that the second (abortion survivors) . . . Read more

The Late-Term Abortion Horror

Governor Northam and Delegate Tran Expose the Naked Truth “Any country that accepts abortion, is not teaching its people to love, but to use any violence to get what it wants.” — St. Teresa of Calcutta The first wave of outrage against New York’s extreme new law, permitting abortion until birth in some cases, had . . . Read more

The Scandal of Cuomo and New York’s Horrific Abortion Law

Gov. Cuomo Terms Unadulterated Evil “Light” & “Progress”  I can’t imagine a more horrible irony. On Tuesday, January 22, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered that the spire of the One World Trade Center be lit pink. The reason why? To celebrate the passage of a new law that radically liberalizes abortion in New York . . . Read more

Putting the Family First

Tucker Carlson of Fox News, Meet Bishop Thomas Olmsted A pair of conservative authors writing in The Atlantic this week have highlighted the stark marriage statistics in middle-class America. “[D]ramatic increases in nonmarital childbearing, divorce, and family instability among the working class mean that only about 55 percent of children with working-class mothers will reach . . . Read more

Our Call in the New Year: Live in Christ!

The World is Thirsting for the Transcendent – We Need God! Duc in altum! These words ring out for us today, and they invite us to remember the past with gratitude, to live the present with enthusiasm and to look forward to the future with confidence: ‘Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and . . . Read more

Restoring the Family

“[T]he fostering of authentic and mature communion between persons within the family is the first and irreplaceable school of social life, and example and stimulus for the broader community relationships marked by respect, justice, dialogue and love.” Pope St. John Paul II, Familiaris Consortio The fragmentation of the family is one of the great tragedies . . . Read more