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Pray for Father Pavone

Please pray for Father Frank Pavone and Most Reverend Patrick Zurek, Bishop of Amarillo that Father Pavone is able to continue his pro-life ministry immediately . . . ‘Official Statement of Father Frank Pavone’ STATEN ISLAND, NY – Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, has issued the following statement:  “For the past several […]

abortion / Catholic / Prolife

New ProLife Ad that Commemorates 9/11

This is a wonderful video by Virtue Media Ads that brings attention to the sanctity of human life as we commemorate the 10th anniversary of 9/11.  For the Dignity of the born and unborn, Timmerie Millington Follow my Facebook Page 

Catholic / prayer

Clergy and First Responders Banned from 9/11Memorial

This Sunday will mark the 10th anniversary of a day our country will never forget. At Ground Zero a commemoration for the families of 9/11 will be held, yet, prayer is banned from this service in addition to the baning of any clergy or first responders . . . I was 9 years old when […]

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Take a Minute to Defend Traditional Marriage

National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has the opportunity to raise $100,000 to help them defend traditional marriage between one man and one woman. You can help assure that NOM receives every penny of that $100,000. All you need to do is join their social networks and sign up for text updates. You can do one, […]

abortion / Catholic / planned parenthood

President Obama’s ProAbortion Record

As young Catholic citizens of the United States we should be aware of the moves President Obama has made thus far during his presidency to devalue human life in the womb and further expose women to the emotional and physical devastation of abortion. Below is a list composed by Life News revealing some of the […]

Catholic / morality

Catholic Radio Interview: Social Networking’s Influence – Good or Bad Influence?

Follow up interview will be on July 6th from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. listen in live at Social media, has it taken over society for the worse? Can people be brought closer to God through social media? Does social media perpetuate immoral behavior? Tomorrow May 22 I will be interviewed on Catholic radio in San Diego […]

abortion / Catholic / Prolife

Julia Holcomb, Mom of Steven Tyler’s Aborted Child Tells All

After Kevin Burke published the article, “Post Abortion Trauma – Jesus What Have I Done” about Steven Tyler’s abortion experience with former girlfriend Julia Holcomb, Julia contacted Kevin Burke and shared her heart wrenching side of the story.  From abandoned teenager to Steven Tyler’s ward, Julia Holcomb tells what led her down her path all […]

abortion / Catholic / Fetal Development / planned parenthood

Harmonizing Mother Earth & Baby in the Womb

Last week, for the 5th consecutive year, I  joined over 30 Survivors from all over southern California to stand for the sanctity of human life in the womb at Earth Fair in San Diego.  This fair is the largest environmental fair in the world, which takes place on the Sunday before Earth Day, on April […]

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Unplanned Chapter 12, ‘A Holy Rush’

I found reading this chapter ironic because throughout the day I had a number of conversations triggered by Bryan Kemper’s recent blog discussing whether or not hearts can be changed to understand abortion as wrong without Christ being the center of this conversation.   After participating in and watching an ultrasound guided abortion (see my […]

books / Catholic / planned parenthood

Reflection on Abby Johnson’s Book ‘Unplanned’

Over the last few months I’ve been reading Abby Johnson’s book Unplanned where Abby shares about her experience of working at Planned Parenthood then converting to the pro-life side two years ago, after watching an ultrasound guided abortion.  Please join with me in reflecting upon Unplanned by commenting and sharing your thoughts about the book. Read my reflections […]