A friend & colleague just gave me a vintage Students for Life shirt. I love it.
Reblogging other people’s posts twice in a week is something I try to avoid. What Abby Johnson writes at the link below, however, dovetails nicely with Catherine Adair’s post that I reblogged a couple of days ago. Calls to compassion are worth repeating. So are first-person accounts by pro-life activists who used to work at… Read More Abby Johnson: “what do I deserve?”
Ten top pro-life things you can do this summer is a list of ideas from LifeSiteNews.com, geared to young people. Click on the link for some inspiration. Some of the suggestions apply to everyone, such as #6, the “diaper drive.” Four: the number of votes from U.S. Supreme Court justices it would have required for… Read More By the Numbers 5/29/13
I’m reblogging this from The Harvest is Abundant, written by Catherine Adair, who has had an abortion herself and has worked for Planned Parenthood in its Boston facility. Now defending life, she has a message for the “escorts” outside abortion offices. She gives us all food for thought. The post is from today, 28 May… Read More “Dear Clinic Escort,” by Catherine Adair
On this Memorial Day weekend, my thoughts and prayers go to our nation’s fallen soldiers and sailors, and to the nation for which they died. I won’t be called to make that particular sacrifice for my country. It’s almost tempting to think that those who died fighting for American freedom have somehow protected me from… Read More Life & Liberty: some borrowed thoughts on Memorial Day
How many abortions were done on New Hampshire last year? Here’s what the U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported in its last report on abortion nationwide. “State did not report; because numbers for this state are available only from other states where residents obtained abortions, meaningful figures cannot be reported.” Number of women; age of… Read More Here’s what the Centers for Disease Control know about abortion in NH