The Intimacy of a Kiss

ChelseaLove, Marriage, Religion, Theology of the Body1 Comment

I meant to post this last week: A kiss is not just a kiss to actor Kirk Cameron of Fireproof, a movie about the importance of preserving marriage and what it must be founded on. During an interview on the Today Show last Tuesday he revealed that the woman he is seen kissing in the movie is not the lead … Read More

Br. Augustine: “Now I am Silent No More”

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This is very moving (h/t causa nostrae laetitiae): Resources: Men and abortion Resources for men

Obama’s Ignorant Ad – *Updated

Chelsea2008 Election, Embryonic Stem Cell Research, Stem Cell ResearchLeave a Comment

Apparently Barack doesn’t have very good researchers working on his ad campaign. Not that it takes a lot of research to get this one right. His latest ad accuses John McCain of “standing in the way” and “opposing stem cell research” (again, “stem cell research” here really only means research that involves human embryos.) This after McCain just released an … Read More

Reaching Out to Hispanics

Chelsea2008 Election, Abortion2 Comments

Bella star Eduardo Verastegui helps reach out to Hispanic voters on abortion and Barack Obama: The full length video includes some graphic abortion pics and can be seen at h/t: Catholic in Film School See previous post: Swell Bella Fellas, on a Mission for God

ASCs Treat Spinal Cord Injury…Again

ChelseaAdult Stem Cell Research, ReligionLeave a Comment

I know I haven’t been reporting the latest in adult stem cell research/treatment as much as I used to. Believe me, good things are still happening. For example (h/t Jivin J): PENSACOLA, Fla. — Tara Blackwell graduated from Pine Forest High School, she was a star athlete. During a college softball tournament, she did a flip and broke her neck, … Read More

Guttmacher Abortion Report

Chelsea2008 Election, Abortion2 Comments

The Guttmacher Institute has come out with a new report documenting 30 year (1974-2004) trends in U.S. abortions. Overall the numbers are at an all time low, though disparities still remain among the different ethnic groups. Some other things in the report worth noting (some of my own emphasis added): First. They still insist that contraception is the ultimate answer … Read More

Gianna Jessen’s “Gift of Cerebral Palsy”

Chelsea2008 Election, Abortion, Infanticide3 Comments

She has a gift alright: Abortion survivor Gianna Jessen, who says she has the “gift of cerebral palsy” (a result of being burned alive inside her mother’s womb), is helping to spread the news about Barack Obama’s votes against the Born Alive Infant Protection Acts in IL. In the video Alan Colmes keeps asserting that there was no need for … Read More


Chelsea2008 Election, Abortion, Activism, Adult Stem Cell Research, Pro LifeLeave a Comment

A very good friend of mine recently sent me an email that he said I could share with you all here on my blog. He comes from a very large home-schooling family. Since his high school graduation this spring he plans on joining the Marines, though right now he says he is having difficulty getting his transcripts and asks for … Read More

Pray for the Supreme Court!

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From the Pro-Life Memorial Day website: Since the U.S. Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton in 1973, 49,640,776 babies have been surgically and medically aborted – millions more have been killed chemically. This staggering death toll is the direct result of these two decisions. On the first Monday in October, the U.S. Supreme Court begins its … Read More

Love Endures All Things

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From yesterday’s Mass reading: Brothers and sisters: Strive eagerly for the greatest spiritual gifts. But I shall show you a still more excellent way. If I speak in human and angelic tongues but do not have love, I am a resounding gong or a clashing cymbal. And if I have the gift of prophecy and comprehend all mysteries and all … Read More