Mother Teresa’s five lessons for pro-lifers

By Alithea Williams, Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Mother Teresa is best known for her work among the poorest of the poor, caring for “all those people who feel unwanted, unloved, uncared for throughout society” in the slums of Calcutta. By her death in 1997 the order she founded, the Missionaries of Charity, …

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5 Lessons for pro-lifers from Mother Teresa

By Alithea Williams, Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Mother Teresa is best known for her work among the poorest of the poor, caring for “all those people who feel unwanted, unloved, uncared for throughout society” in the slums of Calcutta. By her death in 1997 the order she founded, the Missionaries of Charity, had …

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Mother Teresa’s 5 Lessons for pro-lifers

By Alithea Williams, Society for the Protection of Unborn Children This week marks the twentieth anniversary of the death of Mother Teresa, or, as she is now known to Catholics, St Teresa of Calcutta. (As with her actual death, the anniversary seems to have been rather overshadowed by that of Princess Diana!) Mother Teresa is best …

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The National Prayer Breakfast, Mother Teresa, Hillary Clinton, and the Good Samaritan

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. As we have posted elsewhere today, Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta will be canonized in Rome on Sunday, September 4. I constantly remind myself that every day our Movement adds new pro-lifers, many of whom are young. They may not know what a great–GREAT–champion Mother Teresa was of unborn children. …

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Mother Teresa canonized as Hillary pushes more abortion

By Kathy Ostrowski, legislative director, Kansans for Life Editor’s note: This is excerpted from a post that appeared today. As the world watches Hillary Clinton clawing for the title of president, urging limitless abortion with full tax-funding, they will also see Mother Teresa being canonized Sunday. The comparison could not be more striking. Hillary has …

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Pope Francis announces Mother Teresa will be canonized in September

By Dave Andrusko Pope Francis today confirmed that Mother Teresa–the “angel of the slums”–will be canonized on September 4. “The date on which she will be proclaimed a saint falls on the eve of the anniversary of her death, which occurred on September 5, 1997,” CNN reported. Back in December 2015, Pope Francis announced that …

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Mother Teresa on Roe v. Wade and the moral aspiration of America

  Editor’s note. The following is excerpted from an amicus brief filed by the late Mother Teresa of Calcutta with the U.S. Supreme Court, Feb. 14, 1994. It makes for absolutely riveting reading. “[N]o one in the world who prizes liberty and human rights can feel anything but a strong kinship with America. Yours is …

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Mother Teresa on Roe v. Wade and the moral aspiration of America

Editor’s note. The following is part of an amicus brief filed by  Mother Teresa of Calcutta with the U.S. Supreme Court, Feb. 14, 1994. It makes for absolutely riveting reading. This excerpt was reprinted Wednesday on the blog of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life. “[N]o one in the world who prizes liberty and human rights …

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“I walked out as if nothing in my life had changed but everything had”

By Dave Andrusko As we move closer to the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, I will be offering more contributions from a great pro-life resource– “40 years of Roe v Wade: 40 Days of Prayer & Reflection,” provided by the Nebraska Catholic Conference which began December 12 and ends January 22. As is our …

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