Reddit’s /r/Catholicism Will Close for Prayer on Thursday

One resource which I've found helpful as I scan the news each morning is Reddit's subreddit for Catholics, /r/Catholicism.  It's not uncommon to find there a little jewel, a story that hasn't been told anywhere else.But not next Thursday.The /r/Catholicism moderator has announced that next Thursday, January 22, the subreddit will be closed in observance of the Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children.  Instead, they offer a list of ways that Catholics might consider sp … [Read more...]

On First Day of Republican-Led Congress, New Bill May End Late-Term Abortion

It begins!  Today, as the first session of the new Congress gets underway, pro-life members introduced legislation in the House of Representatives that bans late-term abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.  According to LifeNews.com:With Republicans controlling both the House and Senate, there is a guarantee that the important pro-life legislation will finally receive a vote in both chambers of Congress. In 2013, the House approved the bill on a 228-196 vote with 6 Democrats voting for the … [Read more...]

Wendy Davis and Karen Santorum: Two Pregnancies, Two Problems, Two Points of View

In 1996, Texas Democrat Wendy Davis learned that the child she was carrying in her womb had a severe and life-threatening abnormality.That same year Karen Santorum, wife of then-Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA), learned that the child she was carrying in her womb had a severe and life-threatening abnormality.How the two women dealt with their “problems” exposes the chasm which divides pro-life and pro-abortion Americans. * * * * *WENDY DAVIS Wendy Davis (D-Texas) burst onto the natio … [Read more...]


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