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Articles in 'Protecting Life'
Egalitarianism: In Violation of the Declaration of Independence and the Catholic Church
By David Rusch
Egalitarianism, the social construct that says results for all should be equal, is clearly in opposition to the doctrine of the Catholic Church, the US Constitution, and to all claims to fairness.
Let There Be Peace On Earth, And Let It Begin With Me
By Therese Galgani
There is a Chinese proverb which states if there is righteousness in the heart, there will be beauty in the character. If there is beauty in the character, there will be harmony in the home. If there is harmony in the home, there will be order in the nation. When there is order in the nation, there will be peace throughout the world.
By Mar Camen
Everyone wants to feel secure and safe and in pursuing this goal, we humans have built many walls.
Do We Have a Right to Die?
By Rob Agnelli
Ambiguity is the mother of all social ill. The less clear we are in our social discourse, the easier it is to pull a fast one on society at large. Many states across the country have fallen victim to this through the “Death with Dignity” movement.
Called to Perfect Holiness
By Nancy Marie Murray
In the readings for Sunday February 19th, the Father commands us to be holy; Paul states that we are the dwelling place of the Spirit of God; and Jesus calls us to “Be perfect, just as your heavenly Father is perfect.”
Trusting in God is a Beautiful Thing. It can also be Very Scary*
By Larry Peterson
Having to make a life and death decision about your wife is gut-wrenching. Called upon to enter this decision making whirlpool of spinning thoughts, undulating emotions and plain old fear a second time for my second wife was downright traumatic. What kept me above water then and does again today is my Faith.
He was a Catholic Priest--He was Martyred Because of it--He was only 22 years old--*
By Larry Peterson
The damnable and malevolent Cristero War was officially considered ended in 1929. But that did not signal the end of the torture, murder and martyrdom of Catholic religious and lay-persons in Mexico.
Shattering the Transgender Delusion
By Rob Agnelli
One of the hardest things for people on the Autism Spectrum Disorder is coping with the speed at which the world comes at them. Hyper-sensitive to stimuli most of us can ignore, they will try to control the world around them by inventing their own explanations of reality. Our youngest son does this often.
Suffering Through Cancer and Divorce
By Malleson Emmerling
Fr. Francis Fernandez makes this bold claim in a daily meditation I found in his book In Conversation with God. This statement almost made me laugh out loud the first time I read it and I had breast cancer and was going through a divorce. How could God possibly be favoring me by allowing me to suffer from the loss of my marriage and be sick with cancer at the same time?
Wresting Opportunity Out of the Jaws of Crisis
By Dr. Lin Weeks Wilder
The two words feel connected. Crisis and Opportunity. Despite the long-term error inherent in the claim that the Chinese character for crisis signifies opportunity, our own experience can reveal the law of contradiction expressed in the paradoxical relationship.
Pope Saint Hilarius
By Debra Booton McCoy
Pope Hilarius is one of the first popes of whom we hear stories before his consecration.
A Letter to Our Young Girls
By Flora Burke
"The problem of pornography is that it does not reveal too much of a woman but too little." St. John Paul II said that. It’s quite fascinating to find such a humble and deeply Catholic Pope quote on a subject that is not only taboo but extremely hard to talk about in context.
My guardian angel
By George Calleja
My guardian angel… the angel who knows my needs, the angel who is there to protect me. I thank God for my guardian angel… for the angel helps me to overcome sin… helps me to do good deeds… helps me to become a better person.
In Defense of the Pro-Life Generation
By Anthony Maranise
One of the most inane social media comments I had the misfortune of reading recently came on the day of the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.
We didn't go
By The Prayerful Pilgrim
During the March for Life in Washington, D.C., my family, like all the years we've been a family, was absent. I can honestly say I've never felt called to go, and for us at this moment, it's the right decision. If and when the time comes, we will certainly join with the thousands of other pilgrims and raise our voices in this yearly tribute.
The Faithful Are NOT To Use the Orans Posture During the Our Father
By Jason Izolt
The Theology of the Veil
By Forest Hempen
Baptist to Catholic - A Conversion Story
By Starla Hester
Prayer, Fasting, Almsgiving; The Three Pillars of Lent
By Charlie Johnston
Trump, Refugees, and Catholics
By Tony Jesse