Covington kid

The U.S. Delta force hunted down and killed ISIS leader,  Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The headline for the Washington Post purred: “Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Islamic State’s ‘terrorist-in-chief,’ dies at 48.” By way of contrast, students from a Catholic high school in Covington, Kentucky, attended the March for Life in Washington DC earlier this year where they…

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assault on virtue

Virtue is in the news, and people are outraged. As we wrote on Tuesday, Attorney Bill Barr gave a sweeping speech at Notre Dame University on religion and virtue and their role in the American “experiment.” Barr described the Founders’ vision for our republic: “They would leave “the People” broad liberty, limit the coercive power…

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God

Two of the most powerful positions in the president’s cabinet are the office of the Attorney General and the Secretary of State. On October 11th, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Attorney General William Barr both gave speeches on a singularly polarizing subject:  God. The venues were different. Attorney General Barr spoke at Notre Dame University…

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abortion politics

This election cycle is producing increasingly odd and disturbing abortion politics. The most recent Democratic debate gave us a glimpse at the breathtaking pace Democrats are pulling away from the ‘moderate’ positions staked about by Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. Let’s review abortion politics in a rapid fire Q & A format: When does life…

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college coeds

What a difference a year makes. As we wrote in a blogpost last year, outgoing California Governor, Jerry Brown, vetoed a bill that would provide taxpayer-funded abortion pills for California co-eds. Said Governor Brown: “The average distance to abortion providers in campus communities varies from five to seven miles, not an unreasonable distance. Because the…

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March for Life 2020

Why should you go on the March for Life 2020? How about to change the world? It does that. A half a million people who stand up in the public prayer and pray for the unborn matter. They matter to God, who blesses them for their witness. And it matters to those who take notice…

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trauma of abortion

By Laura Limmex I was 16 years old when I found myself facing a crisis pregnancy.  I visited a pregnancy center to confirm the pregnancy and with them made the decision to have an abortion.  I was scheduled for 2 weeks later.  I was 12 weeks pregnant and nobody knew except me, my boyfriend and…

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What a week! Thanks to everyone who attended our fundraising banquet last Thursday. EWTN’s Gloria Purvis gave an amazing speech infused with hope and inspiration. She revealed the shockingly different attitude pregnant Black women experience verses White women when they visit the doctor. Newly ordained Bishop William Joensen spoke and told us Ms. Purvis’ speech…

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