“Don’t Be Afraid to Talk About Your Lost Child”

Béatrice Fedor of 400 Words for Women posted this a year ago. It’s worth re-visiting, as a reflection from a woman who is post-abortive and has something to say to other women with the same experience. I’m praying for healing, I’m praying for peace. I’m praying for a world where no woman is made to… Read More “Don’t Be Afraid to Talk About Your Lost Child”

Votes scheduled for “buffer zone” repeal & fetal homicide

Leaven’s email newsletter for May 1, 2015 (linked below) has information about two bills scheduled to be voted on next week. HB 403, buffer zone repeal, is scheduled to be voted on in the New Hampshire Senate Thursday, May 7. One day earlier, the House will vote on SB 40, fetal homicide, with the recommendation of… Read More Votes scheduled for “buffer zone” repeal & fetal homicide

The Mandate Gets Attention From an Unexpected Source

The Mandate Gets Attention From an Unexpected Source Leaven has never before linked to Politico, of all news sites, but it recently posted this interesting article about the Patient “Protection” and “Affordable” Care Act. Obamacare’s attack on religious liberty via the HHS mandate deserves this scrutiny. The lawsuits against the mandate are mounting in spite of the… Read More The Mandate Gets Attention From an Unexpected Source

Gratitude, Even In November

http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/333828/gratitude-even-november-2012-nro-symposium From today’s National Review Online, this link will take you to a collection of brief reflections on gratitude. One writer in particular struck me. From Edward T. Mechmann: “While our modern media tend to concentrate on the big picture, the reality is that a true Culture of Life is the product of a myriad… Read More Gratitude, Even In November