pro-life

At Last! A Voice From the Wilderness

By Phillip Neri / September 14, 2021 /

At least one bishop wasted no time to get into the public fray over the Texas abortion law discussion. And he did it really well.

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A Skiff in Raging Waters & Grace and The Value of Suffering in Marriage

By John M. DeJak / January 18, 2015 /

Author’s Note:  My wife Annie and I were honored to be asked by Fr. Nate Meyers and the good people of St. Francis Xavier Parish in Buffalo, MN to deliver a reflection on marriage for their annual Cana Dinner. It was a wonderful evening, and I commend our remarks (especially my bride’s!) to the friends of…

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What Has the Pro-Life Movement Accomplished Since 1973?

By wffguest / January 16, 2014 /

By John Jansen In the opening scene of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ, we see Our Lord enduring the Agony in the Garden, and the devil telling Him, “No one man can carry this burden… It is far too heavy. Saving their souls is too costly.” Working in the pro-life movement, we often…

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Save the Date!

By admin / January 13, 2014 /

Our very own Chris Manion, Director of the Campaign for Humanae Vitae, will be speaking at this important conference:

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Pro-Life Movement, Quo Vadis?

By Christopher Manion / November 22, 2012 /

Jeff Mirus asks some very penetrating questions about our priorities, political and otherwise. This commentary has already raised a ruckus, because it lays bare some realities that are too often either overlooked or taken for granted. But they can no longer be avoided without unbearable cost.

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Judases

By John M. DeJak / January 22, 2012 /

In the May-June 1973 edition of The Humanist featured an article by Paul Blanshard and Edd Doerr in which they stated: We feel like throwing a champagne dinner in honor of the U.S. Supreme Court for its January decision on abortion…The Blackmun decision, in which the only Catholic on the Court (Brennan) concurred, constitutes the…

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