Monday, November 28, 2011


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Monday, November 28, 2011

A glimpse down The Broken Path: An interview with Judie Brown


A bishop's mission and calling is to be a shepherd of souls and a leader of the faithful as he imitates Christ. But what has happened in modern-day America is that far too many bishops have decided that being a political figure is more important than being a shepherd, and thus many Catholics no longer regard their bishop as a spiritual leader.           





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Blue Bar
Renew America

There is one major difference between the Planned Parenthood of today and that of Margaret Sanger's time: Margaret Sanger was brutally honest about her disregard for the unborn, while contemporary abortion advocates hide behind the language of "choice" in order to disguise the ugly reality of what they advocate. Unfortunately, this campaign of misdirection has been wildly successful. Many women instinctively rally behind a woman's "right to choose," without giving much thought to the reality behind the choice at issue. In the abortion debate, we aren't talking about choosing between chocolate or vanilla, fried or scrambled, with fries or without. We are talking about choosing whether a baby will live or die, whether we will kill it or give it life, whether we will destroy or protect an innocent child.


Life Site News    
In a Thanksgiving note to supporters, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards thanked supporters for standing with the organization during what she labeled, "the most difficult year in our history."  The past 11 months have indeed been tough for the abortion giant.

It is well established, if not well known, that combined oral contraceptives bring a heightened risk for a number of maladies -- breast, liver and cervical cancers, heart attack, stroke, and blood clots, to note a few. To exacerbate the problem, two recent studies have shown that one of the newest and most popular types of oral contraceptives brings an even greater risk of what one study describes as "the most important safety issue for these products" -- venous thromboembolism, or VTE.