I can remember the day I found out I was pregnant with Leo as clearly as if it happened just yesterday and not 8 ½ years ago. I remember the joy, the pain, the fear, and the worry. I wrote about my journey through a … Continue readingThe Sanctity of Life and Our Catholic Response
We are a nation of contradictions. Lining the streets, we cheer the struggling marathoner as she bleeds her last drop of sweat and reaches the finish line. 26.2 miles, not one step less. Recently, many cheered another woman who opted not to cross the finish … Continue readingSuffer with Dignity: Our Journey to the Finish Line
For decades, prochoice advocates have insisted there’s no “slippery slope” to abortion, that the right to end your child’s life in the womb will never lead to your right to end it outside of the womb. Until now. Last week, Belgium legalized the euthanization of … Continue reading“Choice” Now Extends to Born Children, Too
When the HHS mandate came out, I got mad. Then came Cecile Richards and Planned Parenthood claiming they spoke for all women. Well, I have a say. I say we need a Woman’s Bill of Rights. Here’s my version. Feel free to add to it … Continue readingI Have a Say: Woman’s Bill of Rights
Welcome to Sanger’s Choice Cafe, my name is Margaret and I will be serving you today. You will be having water, spinach and liver. And don’t forget to pay up front. Have a nice day!’ If this was the way you were treated when you … Continue readingSeriously, what do you mean by ‘Choice’?