There will be no more frightening display in American on this Halloween day than the 915 “pink” crosses that will be set up on the grounds of the Capitol Building between 11:00 AM and 12:30 EST – each cross representing the 915 babies killed every day at Planned Parenthood.
The publishers of Magnificat, EWTN Global Catholic Network, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and our own Johnnette Benkovic are partnering for “The Magnificat Day” of celebration of the graces of the year of Faith on November 9 in Philadelphia – an event that will be covered live by EWTN!
In order to help millions of Americans who are losing their insurance as a result of Obamacare, lawmakers are introducing the “Keep Your Health Plan Act” that will enable people to keep their policies.
“It is a mark of the evil spirit to take on the appearance of an angel of light. Read the rest…
EWTN Global Catholic Network filed a new lawsuit on October 28 in Federal Court against the Department of Health & Human Services, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, and other federal agencies seeking to stop the government from imposing the HHS contraception mandate as well as asking the court to find that it is unconstitutional. The State of Alabama, through its Attorney General Luther Strange, has joined EWTN as a co-plaintiff in the lawsuit.
LR writes: “What is the church’s position on dressing and acting as a zombie? A friend is going to have a zombie’s wedding – the theme they will use. Everyone is to dress up as ‘the living dead’. I notice you do not have this in your search engine or previously discussed articles. Could you comment on this please?”
A hormone pill called Diane-35, manufactured by Bayer to treat acne but used off-label as a contraceptive has been implicated in the deaths of 27 women in Europe.
“Human government is derived from the divine government Read the rest…
The state of Texas is planning on filing an emergency appeal of a controversial ruling by a federal judge which declared that elements of the state’s new abortion law are unconstitutional and cannot take effect today as planned.
The Pope addressed more than 150,000 people from 75 countries in Rome on Sunday to celebrate the Day of the Family and gave Christian families the three key words for family life: please, thank you and I’m sorry.