- HHS mandate: Fight 'tough, but winnable'
- Commemorating Terri Shiavo: 7 years later
- Vicious pro-abort campaign benches Idaho ultrasound bill
- Subcontractor quits when he realizes he's building a Planned Parenthood mill
- 'War on women' began with a war on words
- Fr. Barron: Hunger Games 'dangerously prophetic'
Posted: 31 Mar 2012 06:49 AM PDT
Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York says that although opponents of the federal contraception mandate face a difficult struggle, religious groups can achieve victory through persistence.
Posted: 31 Mar 2012 06:47 AM PDT
On March 30, 2005, Terri Schiavo had her last full day of life on this earth and both her family and Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life are remembering the last moments they shared with the woman whose former husband won a court order to take her life.
Posted: 31 Mar 2012 06:46 AM PDT
The Idaho ultrasound bill that has been the subject of an extremely aggressive campaign from pro-abortion opponents met a sudden end this week despite a strong showing in the state Senate.
Posted: 31 Mar 2012 06:44 AM PDT
A worker in Fort Worth, Texas, walked off the job when he found out he was supposed to pour concrete footings for a new abortion clinic located next door to an adoption center.
Posted: 31 Mar 2012 06:42 AM PDT
It actually began before the sexual revolution took hold in the 1960s. It began with the “War on Words” which ushered in a time when women were stripped of their true identity and fed a steady diet of false feminism and moral relativism.
Posted: 31 Mar 2012 06:38 AM PDT
Father Robert Barron says the storyline in the blockbuster film “The Hunger Games,” based on the widely popular young adult book, warns of what can happen when a society becomes totally secularized.