In so many ways, the pro-life movement seems to be winning. We are passing multiple pro-life laws at the state level, attacking legalized abortion from many different angles. Abortion facilities are closing all over the country, while new pregnancy resource centers, maternity homes, and pro-life … Continue readingUnity and Name Calling Within the Pro-Life Movement
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 me about Michelle Fritz”, I’m sure that there would be all kinds of stories-both good and bad- that people could … Continue readingTo Say Their Names
I’m sure that non-Catholics find it more than a little odd that we believe there can be merit to suffering. The history of the Church is rich with tales of suffering, both voluntary and forced, endured by saints beginning with the early martyrs to … Continue readingThree Deaths, Many Lessons
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
A staunchly pro-life Christian friend recently posted a photo on Facebook of a sad-faced animal in danger of being euthanized. I love this woman for her Christian witness, but I can’t help but feel that for every post about animal welfare, there’s at least one unpublished one … Continue readingGod Gave Us Dominion: Want to Save Animals? Save Humans First!