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Humanae Vitae Part 3- Responsible Parenthood & Observing Natural Law

Finals are over and I have had some time to recoup after being sick during finals. What wonderful timing, but what can you do? Life goes on and I am up and running again. So, here we go continuing to look at what the Catholic Church has to say about how birth is to be […]

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Humanae Vitae Part 2 – The Design for Married Love

We now continue the series on the Catholic Church encyclical Humanae Vitae as many of us struggle in our modern day culture with understanding the Church’s opposition to artificial contraception. We again ask, why does artificial contraception matter so much? To help us understand this sensitive topic, we go back to the beginning of what […]

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 […]

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 […]

abortion / contraception / Prolife

Religious Freedom Rallies

On March 23 at noon, in over 110 cities across America, ‘Stand Up for Religious Freedom’ rallies will be held to stop the Health and Human Services (HHS) Mandate which requires employers to provide free contraception, sterilization, and abortion inducing drugs. This mandate violates the conscience’s of millions of Americans and is a blatant attack on our constitutional right to religious liberty.

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Religious Liberty – A Time to Stand

Nearly four years ago Barack Obama was elected president of the United States. I was 16 years old and on that day I wept because I knew President Obama was going to do things that would drastically challenge and change our society because he had neither regard for the children in the womb nor for […]

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Arrest at White House

With a heavy heart I share that this morning a number of my close friends were arrested infront of the White House for peacefully standing and praying on a public sidewalk in defense of religious liberties and against the HHS mandate violating every American’s conscience. This could be the greatest civil rights issue of our […]

abortifacient / abortion / Birth Control / Catechism / contraception / HHS / Prolife

Take Action Today to Stop the Birth Control Mandate

Friday September 30 is the last day to submit comments to Health and Human Services (HHS) regarding the Birth Control Mandate they set into place in August. This mandate will cover birth control, surgical sterilization, and abortifacients in all private heathcare plans. Under this mandate taxpayers will fund Birth Control, Abortifacients (a drug or agent […]

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Irony of the Birth Control Mandate — Take Action

I was sitting in urgent care earlier today and I couldn’t get over the fact that the woman in front of me was 19 weeks pregnant and had to pay a $15 co-pay in order to see a doctor after she fell, couldn’t walk, and was having severe back and stomach pain. While in contrast, […]