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ROE OVERTURNED

    The goal the pro-life movement has worked and prayed for over the last half-century has finally been accomplished. The Supreme Court has finally overturned Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey. Here is the money quote from the majority opinion, authored by...
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Amid Possibility of ‘Roe’ Overturning, Pro-life Centers Face Threats and Attacks

  The Department of Homeland Security is preparing for a violent reaction to the Supreme Court’s impending decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, according to a report obtained by Axios last month. But the DHS doesn’t have to wait for the Supreme Court to...
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A Father’s Reflection

  When my two sons were learning their catechism, I would joke that the most important of the Ten Commandments was the fourth: Honor thy father and thy mother. Some 20 years later, as I enter the Medicare phase of life, I recite for them (more seriously) the sage words of...
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Thy Will Be Done

  The expression “he has the patience of a saint” is fitting praise for someone who puts up with difficulty, displaying noteworthy calm and grace when most of us succumb to exasperation and anger. In the way they live their lives, saintly people teach us that it is possible...
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