Category Archives: pro-life

Sandy Hook – A Time For Mourning, Not Lecturing!

  Before I begin this post, I want to make a few things clear. I am 100 percent pro-life and have written about the evils of abortion many times. In addition, I pray the rosary with a group of people … Continue reading

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A Story Of Courage And An Urgent Prayer Request

  It never ceases to amaze me how the Lord works in my life. I often think that I’m doing something for one reason, only to realize that the Lord was attempting to accomplish something completely different by my actions. … Continue reading

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Attention, Catholics…Quit Complaining And DO SOMETHING!

  As Catholics, we’re very good at complaining. We complain about our priests, bishops and deacons being too lax or too strict. We complain about the teachings of the Church being too hard to follow. We complain when we’re asked … Continue reading

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How You Can Help To End Abortion!

Earlier today, my family and I had the pleasure of participating in a Walk-A-Thon to raise funds for?Good Counsel Homes.? This organization was?founded in 1985 by Fr. Benedict Groeschel and Christopher Bell to provide residential care for homeless, expectant and … Continue reading

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