Speaking A Language Of Life in clear and vigorous language

By Caitlin Thomas In the Catholic Church’s efforts to teach about the grave evil of assisted suicide and the threats it poses, we must use clear and vigorous language. And it is always, always important that we do so with love. Assisted suicide is suicide. In the few states where it is legal, physicians willing …

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Mother rejects calls to “pull the plug,” daughter awakes after seven months in a coma

By Dave Andrusko It was September 2018 and Kertease Williams knew “something has taken over and [was] ruining my daughter,” but “I just don’t know what.” Her daughter, Kertisha Brabson, herself the mother of two small children, was “acting funny,” Ms. Williams told WBNS, a Columbus, Ohio, CBS affiliate. At the hospital, she was doing …

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Safeguarding unborn life in the 2nd millennium

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation A captivating headline caught my eye recently. The news article, written by Kim Strong for the York Daily Record, was about two 95-year-old women who were the oldest twins living in York County, Pennsylvania. The story noted how different the women were in temperament—one was sassy, …

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The Best Christmas Gift of All is in front of our faces

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative/PAC Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Each year when the coldness of winter is just about to settle in, I return to Bedford Falls, NY, where the town streets are wrapped in a blanket of snow and the ivory lights glistening in the trees signal the celebration of Christmas. It is my …

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Miss Universe Contestant: My Mom ‘Had a Choice to Abort Me’

By Katie Yoder Many in the media fawn over the actresses and celebrities who regularly promote abortion. But one Miss Universe contestant is breaking that trend – with her personal pro-life testimony. On December 8, Gazini Ganados of the Philippines lost the title of Miss Universe 2019 to Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa. But she …

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Christmas shows us that human beings are really, really important

By Paul Stark, Communications Associate, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life The story of Christmas is about the arrival of Jesus Christ. It’s an event that offers important insights regarding human life and dignity. Here are three. (1) Each of us was once an unborn child. The incarnation—the coming into the world of Christ as a …

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A two-pronged imaginative approach to win young people over to the cause of life

By Dave Andrusko If you’ve read or viewed a story that you believe the wider pro-life community should know about, please forward it to me at daveandrusko@gmail.com. Many of the best posts at NRL News Today are the result of readers forwarding provocative stories to me at daveandrusko@gmail.com. I cannot begin to thank you enough. …

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Broadcaster tells story on national television of the near-abortion of star football player J.K. Dobbins whom his mom now calls her “miracle baby”

By Dave Andrusko It’s all personal preference, of course, but my favorite announcer since his days in the Washington, DC metropolitan area has been and remains Gus Johnson. If there is such a thing as an enthusiasm gene, Gus is blessed with at least two. Gus was the FOX Sports announcer Saturday for the 115th …

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Against tremendous odds, finding happiness in ways that we simply cannot imagine

By Dave Andrusko When my wife and I finished watching “Their Finest,” it meant we had completed the third of the trilogy of recent films about Winston Churchill and the months leading up to the pivotal battle of Dunkirk (in France) in mid-1940. The other two are the “The Darkest Hour” and “Dunkirk.” I can’t …

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