stella-morabitoStella Morabito is a senior contributor to The Federalist.  Her essays have appeared in various publications, including the Human Life Review, Washington Examiner, Public Discourse, American Thinker, Intercollegiate Review, The Weekly Standard, and First Things. She was a stay-at-home mother with a toddler and newborn when she began corresponding with Faith McFadden.


On Faith and Friendship: Remembering Faith Abbott McFadden (1931-2011)

  God blessed my life with the friendship of an extraordinary woman, Faith Abbott McFadden. Many readers of the Human Life Review remember Faith as a senior editor and the wife of HLR founder, James P. McFadden. She was also the mother of five, including the Review’s present...
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Unborn Child at Forty

Unborn Child is the title of an album boldly released in 1974 by the rock duo Seals and Crofts at the height of their popularity. Ever hear of it? Didn’t think so. Even if you were a pop music fan during the 1970’s you likely have no recollection of the album, or its title song,...
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