How Do Men Cope After Abortion?
May18

How Do Men Cope After Abortion?

How Do Men Cope After Abortion? Post-abortion syndrome among women is widely recognised in the pro-life community, but less well-known are the effects of abortion on fathers. According to information found on the Men and Abortion website, fathers experience a range of n read more Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new...

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In Their Words:  Dr. Jerome Lejeune
May12

In Their Words: Dr. Jerome Lejeune

In Their Words: Dr. Jerome Lejeune In Their Words is a new section of the website devoted to quotes from famous pro-life and pro-choice activists and thinkers, and also includes some personal testimonies. Today’s post looks at Dr. Jerome Lejeune. Dr. Lejeune was a French researcher who is known as the father of genetics, since it was he that discovered the extra set of chromosomes in Downs Syndrome patients, and renamed the...

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The Former Democracy?
May02

The Former Democracy?

The Former Democracy? Religious freedom and freedom of speech took a savage blow today, as ‘Safe Access zones’ of 150 m from abortion facilities were finally enacted in our state of Victoria. Having learned nothing from the Holocaust, from the tragedy of slavery, or from any dictatorship that disavowed the rights of one specific class of people, our Marxist government has decided not to protect pre-born babies, but instead...

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4 Things I Learned from Monsignor Reilly
Apr13

4 Things I Learned from Monsignor Reilly

4 Things I Learned from Monsignor Reilly     Many years ago, Monsignor Reilly realised that the most powerful witness against abortion was prayer in front of the facilities themselves. He has travelled to over 60 countries to share the message of prayerful, peaceful witness, and his advice was even sought by the founders of 40 Days for Life when that ministry began. Many prayer vigils throughout the world are the direct...

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If Not Us, Then Who?
Apr05

If Not Us, Then Who?

If Not Us, Then Who?   I’ve recently been conversing with other Catholic parents about the level of involvement we should have in pro-life and other moral issues. There seems to be a perception that, while the world is morally disintegrating before our very eyes, it isn’t wise for parents to play an active role in trying to reverse the dangerous trends that threaten our families. It seems some think that we are wise...

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