Still Marching, Still Building the Pro-Life Movement

I hope everyone who reads this participates in a local March for Life, or in the DC March if you are anywhere near the nation’s capital. I firmly believe it is extremely important that we show up in numbers that demand attention, even if the media is committed to ignoring this particular demand. I am . . . Read more

The Attack on Africa Continues

I wonder how many have heard about the strange “condom controversy” underway in Kenya. It began when Doctor Nelson Muiru of the National AIDS Control Council made a strange series of claims. He admits that his organization is in possession of a banner that was stolen from Human Life International’s Kenyan affiliate, adding that the . . . Read more

U.S. Politics and the Culture of Death

Election season is upon us, and politics is on everyone’s mind. There is always a lot at stake come election time: the direction of the country, the economy, wars and foreign affairs. For Catholics and pro-life activists, this year’s presidential election is especially crucial if we are to protect and maintain our constitutionally-guaranteed religious liberties, . . . Read more

The Gates Foundation and the “Destruction of the Human Race”

Catholic bishops in Kenya are pushing back hard against the Kenyan government’s involvement in a campaign orchestrated by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in partnership with the British government to spend billions on promoting contraceptives in the developing world. “The drive by foreign agencies … to target millions of girls and women in Africa . . . Read more

The Story of St. Josephine Bakhita Being Replayed Today

(Zenit.org) – When Josephine Bakhita died in 1947, thousands of Italians passed her funeral bier to pay respects to a simple woman who had achieved great renown for her kindness. To this day, the people of Schio, Italy, honor now-Saint Josephine, a former African slave, with the title “Nostra Madre Moretta,” which means “Our Black . . . Read more