June 24th, 2009

Hair Bows 4 Life

Listen up moms and grandmoms and aunties of cutie-pie little girls …

Adorable handmade hair bows with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit pro-life causes — Hair Bows 4 Life looks great to me.

May 4th, 2009

Irony of the Swine Flu Freak-Out

I didn’t vote for former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee for a variety of reasons, but today I’m really digging the guy.

I’ve watched the Obama administration tell us how much they care about protecting lives from the flu. If they really want to help make children safer, let me make a suggestion: Start doing all you can to move this country to being pro-life.

Read the whole thing (it’s not

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January 21st, 2009

March for Life at Faith and Family

If you couldn’t make it to D.C. for the annual March for Life this year, you can still catch all the events live on EWTN.

Faith and Family Live! is hosting a live feed to EWTN’s coverage of the event.

The feed post will remain at the top of the page but new posts will be published below it.

Check it out!

January 19th, 2009

Pro-Life Inauguration Ad

November 10th, 2008

Chin Up

Over at Faith and Family Live! today, Rebecca Teti offers a wonderful pep talk for those suffering “post-election stress disorder.”

If you really believe innocent lives are at stake, there’s no time for feeling sorry for ourselves –it’s not about us, right? Make this the year you acquire a deep prayer life. Become holy so that you radiate Christ wherever you are, no matter what you’re doing: He’s irresistable, and

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November 3rd, 2008

Vote for Life

I don’t know about you, but I’ve heard enough delusional thinking, wild philosophizing, twisted logic, and unconscionable rationalization from fellow Catholics and pro-lifers to last me well into 2012.

Is this a baby or isn’t it? Does this child deserve protection under the law or doesn’t he? Are we going to be a voice for the voiceless or aren’t we?

This situation, with its lights and shadows, ought to

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October 20th, 2008

Born Alive

I can’t stop crying now.

Because I watched this.

There are no gory pictures. Just sad, sad, sad ones. It’s a very important video to watch — please take the 5 minutes and watch it now.

In his homily this weekend, a priest at a local parish told the congregation that there are many important issues for Catholics to consider this election season and that abortion is only one of

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October 18th, 2008

Saturday Sarah Fix

Over at Pondered in My Heart, Kimberlee has turned the blog over to her husband who offers an inspiring account of their day spent at a Sarah Palin rally in Pennsylvania.

Go read the whole thing — the pictures of the crowds and of Eliza (their beautiful daughter with Down syndrome) dancing around the stadium are more than worth the click.

I do have one problem with the post,

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