Announcing The HOLY FAMILY Project

The Holy Family

Dear Iowans for LIFE Supporter: Iowans for LIFE is going big. And we need your help now to make it happen. I’d like to introduce you to one of the biggest projects we’ve ever taken on: THE HOLY FAMILY Project. We’re developing an entire pro-life series wrapped around the primacy of the family unit. As…

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Mourning the loss of a child through miscarriage

loss of child through miscarriage

By MB Beacom Today’s society seems full of dichotomy.  A world where up is down, and down is up, wrong is right, blue is red, private is public, sad is happy. In this environment, we recently watched celebrities John Legend and Chrissy Teigen blow up social media with intimate photos of grief, immediately during and…

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The Sacrament of Abortion

sacrament of abortion

Early abortion rights activists, such as Gloria Steinem, asserted that “if men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament.” Obviously, men can’t get pregnant, and yet the sacrament of abortion is alive and well. The Democratic Party platform embraces taxpayer-funded abortions for the entire nine months of a pregnancy, even though 78% of rank and…

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The quest for a more perfect union

a more perfect union

Iowans for LIFE honors the legacy of the 4th of July. Two-hundred and forty-four years may have passed since the Founders signed the Declaration of Independence, but the issues at stake remain relevant and contested. The pro-life movement embraces Thomas Jefferson’s soaring rhetoric with relish, for a single sentence provides the moral underpinnings to the…

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You are being played

morally equivalent

By Sister Anne Marie Walsh I feel compelled to say something after seeing, in recent days, some of the things that have been posted about pro-life, racism, the death penalty, etc. Please don’t quote Pope Francis to me, or any other prelate for that matter. I know exactly what they have said, and though much…

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A Renaissance of Catholic Masculinity

Catholic masculinity

This age calls for a renaissance of Catholic masculinity. Modern culture asserts that masculinity is ‘toxic,’ that it needs to be softened, even feminized. But the cultural nabobs who demand an end to authentic masculinity are the same voices that denigrate creation and the ‘feminine genius,’ a term used by Saint John Paul the Great. …

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The oddity of Fatima

john paul the great birthday

By Tom Quiner Three children saw something that changed the world. The year was 1917. It took place in Portugal on May 13th at 5PM. Lucia Santos and her cousins, Jacinta and Francisco Marto, were stopped in their tracks by the mystical appearance of a beautiful woman. Here’s how Lucia described the woman: She was…

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“Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”

Martin Luther King quote

On this Martin Luther King Day, pro-lifers speculate on whether Reverend King was pro-life or not. The Martin Luther King quote below is worthy of contemplation: “Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly. I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be. This is the interrelated structure…

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The Covington Kid vs. the media

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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An aggressive assault on virtue

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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