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Vote YES – Pain Capable Albuquerque

Tuesday November 19th voters in Albuquerque will have the ability to protect unborn children and stop late term abortions in their area.   You may not live in Albuquerque but you should know . . . Unborn Babies Feel Pain: “We now understand the fetus to be a developing, moving, interacting member of the human family who […]

abortion / babies / Fetal Development / sex education / women

Miracle of Twins

We are thrilled by a kick and in awe over an ultrasound picture.   This week a video went viral that a French nurse posted of twin babies being bathed with a new technique.  People are in awe over the love expressed by the twins as they cling to eacher like they are yet again in the womb.   Mothers and […]

abortion / Breast Cancer / Catholic / contraception / planned parenthood / The Pill

Beginning Today “Just One Little Pill” to Change the World

This morning Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, asked the question “Can one little pill change the world?” She asked this because today, August 1, 2012 women in the U.S. will begin to access free birth control with no co-payments.  With greater access to birth control beginning today, I would like to share some information […]

abortifacient / abortion / Catholic / contraception / planned parenthood

Will You Be a Target?

Have you heard? Apparently someone you know needs birth control. Did you know that Planned Parenthood considers Catholics to be pro-choice? If you are Catholic and you are are neither pro-choice nor pro-artificial contraception, read on.  If you look at Facebook advertisements or Planned Parenthood advertisements on the side of the road it would certainly […]

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Kicking off Life Chat

Hey Guys, I'm thrilled to announce a new part of my blog. I'm going to be vlogging once a week to discuss news that challenges our faith and morals today. If you have something you would like to hear talked about feel free Tweet me or post on my Facebook wall.  Link to the video […]

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Martyrdom or Minutes to Share

Across the world today there are a number of prominent people who are sacrificing all they have for what they believe is right. Just two examples are Chen Guangcheng and Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani. Chen Guangcheng has been all over the news over the last few weeks since his escape from nearly two years of house […]

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U.S. & Chen Guangcheng

Chen Guangcheng, blind opponent of forced abortion and sterilization, escaped 19 month house arrest by Chinese official on April 22. Many of you already know about Cheng as he has been all over the news the last days, and some of people have been following this heroic man’s story other the years.  Brief Background: Chen […]

abortifacient / abortion / babies / Birth Control

HHS – A Catholic Woman’s Perspective

This video of Gloria Purvis speaking shows the HHS Mandate of contraception, sterilization, and abortion inducing drugs from a woman's perspective and points out how demeaning the mandate is to a woman's dignity. The video has fantastic points that should be discussed and emphasiszed when addressing the HHS Mandate. Please comment sharing what stood out to […]

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Birmingham Abortion Clinic Closes After Botched Abortions

After years of performing abortions All Woman New Woman abortion clinic in Birmingham, Alabama has closed. The closure of this clinic has been a long battle for the pro-life movement in Birmingham including years of perseverance in the face of battling rights to stand on the public sidewalk in front of the abortion clinic. Last […]

abortion / Bible / Catechism / Catholic / contraception / faith / HHS

The Church (that’s you), Will She Stand United; Will She Stand at All?

A few weeks ago in mass, after reading the most atrocious ad published in the New York Times It’s Time to Quit the Catholic Church to us during a homily, Father Charles (a Norbertine priest) said that a bishop told him a few years ago something along the lines of ‘I will die peacefully in […]