Pain is in the news.

ISIS burns a Jordanian pilot to death, recording his agonizing demise as a warning to the world to bow to their Cult of Hurt.

Human beings are torn apart in the womb on a daily basis, and the cult of hurt won’t allow restrictions on human abortion even when the victim can feel the agonizing pain of dismemberment.

Bryan Kemper, the Youth Outreach Director for Priests for Life, equates the two…

Read More

Is the pope saying we should talk less about abortion? Is he saying that the emphasis the Church has placed on this issue has been a mistaken emphasis?
When I first received these inquiries via emails and text messages, I was actually in the presence of Pope Francis, in the dining room of his residence. I had spoken just hours earlier, at the invitation of the Vatican, about the Church’s defense of the unborn child, and about the clear and strong position of the Church, expressed in many documents, that the right to life is our first right and the foundation and condition for all the others.
So the news came to me with more than a little irony …

Read More

“In what way is this refusal to address an issue of such national importance consistent with the leadership role you are supposed to be exercising? Public servants are supposed to be able to tell the difference between serving the public and killing the public. Apparently, you can’t. Otherwise, you would have been able to explain the difference between a legal medical procedure that kills a baby inside the womb and an act of murder — for which Dr. Gosnell is now serving life sentences — for killing the same baby outside the womb.”

Read More

Forty-five little bodies have yet to find their final resting place. These baby boys and girls were killed by Dr. Kermit Gosnell using the tools above. When authorities finally investigated his “House of Horrors,” they discovered 45 bodies and pieces of bodies in cat food containers and freezers. The remains of these 45 human beings are now in the possession of the Philadelphia Medical Examiner. What should be done?

Read More

By Tom Quiner [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noXD0xAwXhA&feature=player_embedded] Like you, I have been the beneficiary of living at the same time as two extraordinary people. I believe these two people will one day be identified as saints by the Catholic Church. I refer to the Blessed Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa of Calcutta. There is a man…

Read More