A Message to College Students

I originally wrote this for my oldest daughter and one of my nephews a few years ago. I reprint it here as an encouragement to today’s youth as this week we mark yet another anniversary of the tragic Roe v. Wade decision. You are survivors. Millions–and I mean millions–of your peers have been legally slaughtered, […]

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Thank You, Bishop Yanta!

This has been quite a month for CUF episcopal advisor, Bishop John Yanta of Amarillo, Texas. First, he courageously proclaimed the anniversary of Roe v. Wade a day of fast and abstinence in his diocese: “On the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade (1973) Jan. 22 shall be observed in all dioceses of […]

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End of the Innocents?

Today the Church celebrates the Feast of the Holy Innocents, the little boys who were massacred by Herod in an attempt to put the Christ Child to death. These “innocents” are now venerated as martyrs. There is an obvious connection between the Holy Innocents and the victims of abortion, whose deaths are also made possible by political regimes […]

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Colorado Bishops Rock!

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains is secretly building a new headquarters and clinic in the Denver. Well, it was a secret. The Colorado bishops have caught wind of it, and today they issued a remarkably strong statement against Planned Parenthood, and in the process urging the faithful to use all legal and ethical means […]

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UNICEF and Abortion

Samantha Singson of C-FAM reports that a two-and-a-half day United Nations-sponsored conference scheduled for next week is billed as addressing maternal and child health but focuses primarily on promoting abortion. Out of 98 scheduled sessions, 35 of them focus on abortion while only two address newborn health. Entitled “Women Deliver,” the conference will take place […]

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Pink October

The following item was submitted to us by John and Sheila Kippley, co-founders of National Family Planning International (www.NFPandmore.org). It was originally submitted to the Cincinnati Enquirer.  For two weeks we have been awash in pink to make us aware of breast cancer. Yet we have seen no mention of three of the most important […]

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Conversion for Life

When I returned to Jesus Christ and His Church in 1984, it wasn’t as though a decade of unchecked sinful habits and behaviors fell by the wayside. I had to struggle mightily to replace vice with virtue. The struggle continues to this day. After all, “denying myself” and “turning the other cheek” don’t come naturally. […]

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