Category Archives: Life

Helping Men Be Fathers

By Mary McClusky Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at Life Issues Forum, a bi-weekly column by Pro-Life Secretariat staff addressing the latest issues on the culture of life. Many will offer reflections as we

“Finding happiness in ways that we simply cannot imagine”

By Dave Andrusko My wife just emailed to tell me she had rented “Their Finest” from Redbox. For those who have seen “The Darkest Hour” and “Dunkirk,” this new film completes the trilogy of recent films about

Six years later, boy born with tumor bigger than his head is healthy and empathetic

By Dave Andrusko How appropriate. During the Christmas season when untold numbers of us will watch the new (or the old) version of “Miracle on 34th Street,” the Canadian newspaper, the Star, should publish a story about

Comatose woman unexpectedly awakens in time for Christmas, asks for water

By Fr. Mark Hodges ADA, Minnesota, December 22, 2017 – Sheila Lewis was in a coma and hadn’t had anything to eat or drink for 12 days. Her family expected her to die, but instead she woke up

Do You See What I See?

Editor’s note. This story first ran many years ago in National Right to Life News. We’ve run it between Thanksgiving and Christmas virtually every year since and it has consistently garnered more response than almost any article

What Christmas says about human life and dignity

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)

Self-sacrificial love in the bioethics-sphere

By Wesley J. Smith Editors note. This appears in the Christmas 2017 digital issue of National Right to Life News. Please read the 37-page edition in its entirety and pass it along to friends and family. Kiss

The birth of her daughter brings mother a “radical shift in outlook” allowing her to let go of the grief at losing her own father

By Dave Andrusko The post is so stunning, so beautifully written, so intense that I will not spend more than a few sentences telling you that rewire news was the last place in this galaxy that I

Help Us Fight for LIFE!

Think about this… She is floating in a darkened womb. She hears her mother’s every heartbeat. At 22 weeks old, her own heart beats strong – it’s beating fast and she continues to grow. She’s alive, full

How embarrassing it is to argue life does not begin at conception

By Dave Andrusko Thanks go out to Life News which gave readers a heads-up to a commentary curiously titled, “Why life doesn’t begin at conception.” The author is Richard Paulson, among other things the president of the American

The inexorable movement toward life and away from death

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This first appeared in the Jewish Journal. Two days after the Jan. 22, 1973, Roe v. Wade decision was handed down, the editorial page of The New York Times — pro-abortion then,

Yes, Women Are Sacred and Deserve to Be Treated That Way

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The tweet I saw pop up in my Twitter feed this week shook me to the core: Women don’t want to be sacred. The quote did not come from