My local paper this morning carried the obituary of a physician who seems to have lived a long and happy life, who had a large and loving family, who was engaged in his community, and who had no regrets. He died peacefully in his sleep. I noticed the name at the top of the obituary,… Read More On the passing of an abortion provider
A few days ago, Abby Johnson on her Facebook page called for prayers for Norma McCorvey, who was very ill. I am now hearing that McCorvey has died at age 69, having lived for 44 years in the shadow of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that bore her pseudonym. McCorvey went public, affirming… Read More Norma McCorvey, R.I.P.
This very brief video tribute to about the late Dr. Mildred Jefferson was produced by the Radiance Foundation and distributed to mark the anniversary of Dr. Jefferson’s passing. Take a minute and be inspired.
A mentor and neighbor and friend has died, and I feel his passing keenly because we go back so far. Russell Pond was one of the first people I met when I moved to New Hampshire many years ago. He was a fearless pro-life ambassador, and he would walk up to anyone to start a conversation about… Read More Remembering Russell Pond
An Alabama nun died on Easter Sunday, and honoring her life and work in the service of God is a much more edifying way to spend time than parsing the latest outrageous remark by a presidential wannabe. So here we go: May Mother Angelica rest in peace – and I hope I can learn as… Read More Communication, Mother Angelica style
I note with respect and regret the passing of New Hampshire state representative Robert Luther, who died February 20 at his home in Laconia. When I reviewed major bills at the close of the 2015 session, I noted that Rep. Luther was among those who supported bills on personhood, fetal homicide, keeping public funds away… Read More Rep. Robert Luther, RIP