By Bonnie Finnerty, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation March is Women’s History Month and also marks International Women’s Day, so I should whole-heartedly embrace this opportunity to celebrate my ancestral sisters, applauding their testing of boundaries and breaking of barriers. And for the most part, I do, humbly realizing that whatever I might accomplish, I …Continue reading "The Power and Privilege of Being A Woman"
By Ellie Saul One of my favorite stories in the Bible is about a desperate woman who realizes that the living God sees her. It happens in and around Genesis 21 and it is the seemingly impossible story of survival and hope for Hagar and Ishmael. She is not married, homeless, jobless, and has a …Continue reading "Unwanted woman, unwanted baby"
By Dave Andrusko The blog’s headline is “Postabortion journey, walk with me: A story of hope and healing after abortion.” You can read these poignant, heart-wrenching observations at postabortionwalk.blogspot.com. I would like to make just two observations, besides encouraging you to read the longings and candor of a woman who tells us that “At the …Continue reading "“Walk with Me”: Reflections on a Post-Abortion Journey"
By Dave Andrusko Annmarie Condit’s opinion piece in the Cincinnati Enquirer, “Why abortion isn’t just a women’s issue” was in response to a prior piece in the Enquirer that celebrated the wonderfulness of Planned Parenthood and critiqued the legislature’s decision to pass a bill that prohibits the state from contracting for health services with any …Continue reading "Why abortion “is not just a woman’s issue”"