Archive for January, 2015

St John Bosco


Saint John Bosco was born near Castelnuovo in the diocese of Turin in 1815.  His early years were most difficult and so, once ordained to the priesthood, he dedicated himself to the education of the young, founding congregations that would instruct youth in both arts and the Christian life.  He also composed pamphlets for the […]

This story demonstrates so many wonderful points about being prolife and the fruits that it can bring for a woman, a family and a community. Enjoy this good news story!

“Many people are concerned with children of India, with the children of Africa where quite a few die of hunger, and so on. Many people are also concerned about the violence in this great country of the United States. These concerns are very good. But often these same people are not concerned with the millions […]

  St. Thomas Aquinas Feastday: January 28 Died: 1274St. Thomas Aquinas, priest and doctor of the Church, patron of all universities and of students. His feast day is January 28th. He was born toward the end of the year 1226. He was the son of Landulph, Count of Aquino, who, when St. Thomaswas five years old, placed him under the care of the Benedictines of […]

“Never tire of firmly speaking out in defense of life from its conception and do not be deterred from the commitment to defend the dignity of every human person with courageous determination. Christ is with you: be not afraid!” — St. John Paul, II

Some people see the life of a person with a disability as less worthwhile which is how we find ourselves in a society where unborn babies are likely targets for abortion. We in the prolife movement know otherwise and this Egyptian man’s achievements are unsurprising while at the same time amazing! He said, “The best […]