While the furor of the government shutdown was distracting the attention of most Americans, the U.S. House passed an important bill that will protect babies who are born alive after an abortion attempt.
Forty-five years after the passage of Roe v. Wade opened the door to a holocaust that took the lives of more than 60 million Americans, the abortion industry and its disingenuous messaging is in enough of a decline that an annual march full of angry women pushing progressive causes will not be enough to save it.
President Donald J. Trump made history today by being the first sitting president to address the March for Life. While standing in the Rose Garden, flanked by a large group of young families, he told the marchers that the annual event was a movement “born out of love” and called the thousands of marchers, “special, special people.”
The hundreds of thousands of pro-life Americans who converged on Washington today for the 45th annual march for life have a lot to celebrate as a new poll reveals that nearly a strong majority of Americans are now in favor of stricter limits on abortion.
To some, love might mean never having to say you’re sorry, but on this Valentine’s Day – which happens to fall on Ash Wednesday – millions of Catholics will be doing just that as they kick off the penitential season of Lent on the same day that they celebrate the great gift of love.
A new study has uncovered some interesting facts about the faith life of Catholic women, with majorities reporting that they believe in God and pray daily, but much smaller numbers say they are attending Mass and Confession.
KJ writes: “I’m wondering about an essential oil practice known as Raindrop Therapy. The inventor, Gary Young of Young Living oils, claims it can cure scoliosis. Is this a legitimate use of essential oils and does it really work?”
In this compelling story told by an international Christian aid organization, a 14 year-old girl named Susan was so enamored with Jesus Christ that she refused to renounce him, even when locked away in a room and left to starve nearly to death.
Anyone still wondering if Planned Parenthood and its radical abortion agenda are out-of-touch with mainstream America need only view the backlash the organization received this week after sending out a glowing tweet about Martin Luther King, Jr. in spite of the fact that their founder strove to eliminate the Black population!