Tag Archives: Pro-life

Being Pro-Life In A Pro-Choice Political Dynasty

We must admit that the practice of mercy is waning in the wider culture. In some cases the word seems to have dropped out of use. However, without a witness to mercy, life becomes fruitless and sterile, as if sequestered … Continue reading

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April Blog Round-Up

Can you believe it’s already May?? I’m not quite there yet! Go back with me to these favorite April posts: Jean Heimann writes of St. Catherine of Sienna¬†(and I found lots of helpful info about other saints here). Michael Seagriff … Continue reading

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