A pregnancy care and adoption agency that has been operating in Syracuse New York for 50 years is being pressured by the New York Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) to either violate it’s Christian ethics or cease providing adoption services.
Attorneys representing the family of Nick Sandmann, the teen caught in the center of an alleged confrontation with a Native American at the March for Life, have filed a $250 million dollar lawsuit against the Washington Post for racing to be “the first and loudest media bully” to defame the innocent students that day.
New polls show that the American public has reacted with horror at the wave of radical new abortion policies being proposed by lawmakers who fear the overturning of Roe v. Wade with vast majorities – including women, youth, and “pro-choice” Americans – remaining adamantly opposed to these laws.
Believe it or not, we were created for happiness. It’s supposed to be our normal state. As St. John of the Cross teaches, we’re supposed to be happy to the point of “always walking in festivity, inwardly and outwardly.” If this is the case, why are we so unhappy?
LL asks: “There is so much spiritual confusion out there! People are blending all kinds of beliefs and practices, Christian, Hindu, New Age. How are we supposed to tell what’s Christian and what isn’t without having to read the catechism from front cover to back?”
On May 4, promoters of New York’s radical new abortion law will have no where to hide from the facts of life when the massive digital marquee in Times Square is lit up with the 4-D ultrasound of a third-trimester pregnancy that clearly shows just how alive and human are the babies the state’s new law is allowing to be killed.
After winning his sixth Super Bowl, it’s safe to say that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady knows how to win a lot of football games. But he doesn’t rely on grueling practices and tough workouts alone. Brady says he also relies on superstitious practices gleaned from his wife’s witchcraft to get ready for big games.