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Renegade employee transports minor for abortion in Catholic children’s services vehicle

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On January 31, pro-life hero Cal Zastrow was standing vigil in the biting Michigan winter cold at the Women’s Center of Saginaw abortion clinic when an SUV bearing the insignia, “Holy Cross Children’s Services” pulled into the parking lot. According to Cal in an email update:

A future discussion between Obama and Pope Francis

by Carder Topics like O-Care’s contraception mandate and infanticide will, I take it, be discreetly avoided…. Meanwhile, who’s listening to Obama’s sermons on sharing the wealth and remaining unmoved by them unless/until they know the Pope would like to see a bit more wealth-sharing too? My hunch is that people’s views of redistribution are similar to their views of […]

Pope Francis: Abortion a sign of wasteful culture

by Kelli Unfortunately, what is thrown away is not only food and dispensable objects, but often human beings themselves, who are discarded as ‘unnecessary.’ For example, it is frightful even to think there are children, victims of abortion, who will never see the light of day. ~ Pope Francis, speaking in his “state of the […]

Abortion industry vs. the hope that “all men are saved”

by Carder Think of all not just the actual abortionists and their immediate staffs, but the manufacturers of the killing instruments, the builders of the abortion chambers, the landlords who own the building, the deathscorts, the politicians who support this either through commission or omission, the people who are the government workers who support these […]

Catholic hospitals under fire

by Carder What we have heard from the private Catholic systems is that they are going to be respectful of LGBT people, and we actually don’t doubt that… but here’s the question for us — it’s different if a person goes in with a broken arm. We know they’ll be treated with respect. The question […]

“The Exorcist” author on abortion: “That’s demonic”

The last straw, he says, was Georgetown’s invitation of Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, to be a commencement speaker in May of last year. Sebelius has a record of supporting abortion rights, and abortion is the issue that really sets Blatty’s nerves on fire. He describes, his voice trembling, a particular […]

Obama “hugely impressed” with Pope Francis

I have been hugely impressed with the pope’s pronouncements…. [He is] somebody who lives out the teachings of Christ. Incredible humility – incredible sense of empathy to the least of these, to the poor…. He’s also somebody who is – I think first and foremost – thinking about how to embrace people as opposed to […]

Catholic institution invites pro-abortion speaker to its campus

It would be difficult to find a speaker who contradicts the teaching of the Catholic Church on more levels than Angela Davis [pictured right]. Stalin maybe? She is a notorious feminist, Marxist, communist, socialist who engages in pro-abortion, pro-same-sex “marriage” activism. Yet, despite Davis’ dismal record, Seattle University — a Catholic institution — plans to […]


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