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Pro-Choicers Can’t Celebrate Christmas—Their Day is the Holy Innocents’ Day

The first person to recognize the Christ was an unborn child

Feminists, What Are You Looking For In A Man?

Feminists, I empathize with you. It takes a great deal of courage and vulnerability to trust a man with your heart and body. That is why it is crucial for you to be able to recognize those traits in a… Continue Reading →

Pro-Abortion Cheating Off Pro-Slavery Arguments

There is no good pro-abortion argument: https://thelibertariancatholic.com/summa-of-the-prolife-position/

Moral Reflections on Vaccines Prepared From Cells Derived From Aborted Human Foetuses

Official Documents Pontifical Academy for Life 2005 The matter in question regards the lawfulness of production, distribution and use of certain vaccines whose production is connected with acts of procured abortion. It concerns vaccines containing live viruses which have been… Continue Reading →

Planned Parenthood on DACA: ‘Every Person Has the Right to Live’

Alabama and West Virginia Vote for Pro-Life Amendments

Pro-lifers won a major victory in West Virginia and Alabama Tuesday, as voters approved ballot initiatives acknowledging the right to life of preborn babies. Alabama voted Tuesday to amend its state constitution to recognize the “sanctity of unborn life and… Continue Reading →

When You Stand for Birthright Citizenship but Not Birthright

I’m a Clump of Cells

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