Why Suffering?

    A couple of years ago, a colleague shared with a few of us that her daughter was suffering from a likely terminal cancer. The child rallied and faltered, and we rode the waves with her family in our prayers. We cooed over photographs of her bald little nine-year-old...
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Pro-Life Activist Lauren Handy Sentenced to Almost Five Years in Prison

  Pro-life activist Lauren Handy — known for her efforts to uncover the truth about fetuses found at a Washington, D.C., abortion clinic that appeared to have been killed via partial-birth abortion — was sentenced to nearly five years in prison for violating the federal FACE...
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Margaret Colin

  Margaret Colin is an award-winning stage, television, and film actress. Born in Brooklyn to a large Irish-Catholic—and staunchly pro-life—family and raised on Long Island, Colin attended Hofstra University on a drama scholarship and studied at the Stella Adler Conservatory...
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Peter Pavia

    Peter Pavia is the author of The Cuba Project and Dutch Uncle, a novel. His work has appeared in the New York Times, GQ, Diner Journal, and many other publications.
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Grace Maffucci

    Grace Maffucci is a young professional in Providence, RI who is passionate about the arts and furthering the prolife cause. An immigration paralegal by day and jazz singer by night, Grace spent last year in Puebla, Mexico as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar, working as an...
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Maria McFadden Maffucci

  Maria McFadden Maffucci is editor in chief of the Human Life Review, which was founded in New York City in 1974 by her father, the late James P. McFadden. It is the only publication of its kind in the world: a quality journal devoted to civilized discussion of legal,...
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Clare McCallan

    Clare McCallan is a host on CatholicTV (“The Renaissance Room”, “This is the Day”) and author with Ave Maria Press (“Courage to Create”). She is currently serving as the Creative Director of St. Joseph’s Home for Artisans, a Catholic artist residency in...
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Diane Moriarty

  Diane Moriarty is a free-lance writer living in Manhattan.  She previously wrote an art review column for Able Newspaper as well as articles outside the column. At the close of the last century DISH!, an independent film she wrote, produced, and directed was given a run at...
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David DiCerto

      Born and raised in New York City, David DiCerto has more than 20 years of experience working in the intersection of faith, media and the arts. After eight years, David recently departed the Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Center for Thought & Culture, the...
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Fr. Peter Martyr Yungwirth, O.P.

  Fr. Peter Martyr Yungwirth, O.P. grew up in Maryland in a large family. He attended the University of Maryland and then the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC. He was ordained to the Catholic priesthood in 2014. He worked in the chaplain’s office at...
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