by: Martina KreitzerThis year is no different in that regard, but we also want to include a short primer on the best pro-life resourcesRead more »
by: Martina KreitzerThat was November 2014 – almost four years ago when our entire family experienced our first and most devastatingRead more »
by: ChristiSo many of our readers are young mothers with growing families. You must already feel just so overwhelmed just in the caring ofRead more »
Lately I’ve seen a lot of hurt and anguish brought about by bad relationships. This has made me stop and ask myself: Why do we allowRead more »
When I first heard we were doing a special needs series, I was very happy to contribute and had many ideas flowing. There are so many areasRead more »
It’s 6:00 am and the alarm rings on a cold, dark January morning. Before my feet hit the ground, I fully experience the decadent warmth ofRead more »
The loss of a child during pregnancy can be one of the most devastating events in a person’s life. Not only do you lose your child but youRead more »
Our names are important. Even if we share the same name as someone else, our names are still uniquely our own. If someone said, “Tell meRead more »
When we only had four little ones!
As a mother, I am constantly thinking about and worrying about my children. I think about their health,Read more »
Friends, unless you’re living in a cave, you have heard, and more than likely seen on the news, about the upheaval in our country theseRead more »
The first ever Pro-Life women’s conference is being held in Dallas, Texas this weekend. This conference lineup isRead more »
A little over a week ago I returned from a mission trip with our parish youth group. We traveled to Cincinnati, Ohio to work with theRead more »
Growing up, I thought my family’s pro-life activist lifestyle was normal. Only as an adult did I realize how abnormal it trulyRead more »
I was seven when I first heard about abortion. I think we had passed a field of white crosses, and my older brother asked about it. MyRead more »
I really don’t like winter.
And I really, really don’t like the cold.
Born and raised in Southern California, I was used to mildRead more »
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