Archive for the ‘The Pope’ Category

Let’s pray to this great prolife saint, for strength and inspiration to continue the journey of eradicating the world of abortion. http://www.ncregister.com/blog/jpshimek/john-paul-ii-and-francis-teach-us-how-to-debate-planned-parenthood



White for Life

09Jun15

Youth Defence Congratulations to our wonderful Chilean pro-life colleagues who staged a protest at the visit of their president Michelle Bachelet to the Vatican. Called Women in White for Life, since January, they have been lobbying the Chilean parliament to stop plans to legalize abortion. Their witness is in memory of all the women who […]


      The pontiff observed that protecting the person involves encountering and sustaining those in need of protection, a responsibility which extends “from the center toward the peripheries.” “At the center, there is Christ,” the Pope said, and it is from “this centrality that you are directed toward the various conditions of human life.” […]



Every now and then we come across a story which gives you hope that ordinary people in the world know what’s right and wrong,  instinctively and are prepared to shout it out.  A Chilean woman, <strong>Bernardita, </strong>publicised  her situation, that her precious unborn child, Jose was not expected to live long after birth because he had  […]


Forgiveness

13May15

Pope Francis will send an army of globe-trotting priests — his “missionaries of mercy” — to absolve women who’ve had abortions, in the latest Vatican bid to catch up with modern times. The effort, which includes reaching out to doctors and nurses who’ve performed abortions, will commence in the Holy Year of Mercy, which Francis […]


  Quote of the Day The fact of having brothers and sisters is good for you…The sons and daughters of large families are more inclined to fraternal communion from early childhood. In a world that is frequently marred by selfishness, a large family is a school of solidarity and sharing; and these attitudes are of […]


21Nov14

Pope Francis kisses a young girl as he leaves his general audience in St. Peter’s Square Oct. 29. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)