A Very Confused Looking “Pro-Choice” Activist

ChelseaAbortion, Activism, Planned Parenthood2 Comments

HA! At the Planned Parenthood clinic in Columbia, MO, where pro-lifers have been participating in 40 Days for Life, there is a very small group of pro-choicers who stand outside the clinic on Thursday afternoons. This group is made up mostly of employees of this Planned Parenthood (the abortionist herself even came out and joined them once) and a known … Read More

Planned Parenthood and “Sexual Rights”

ChelseaPro Life1 Comment

Scary: Sexual rights: an IPPF declaration

TOB Tuesday: The Pivotal Question

ChelseaTheology of the Body, TOB Tuesday5 Comments

Last weekend Christopher West finally offered his reflections on the criticism that started after his appearance on Nightline this May.** One of the main things West was criticized for was his supposed dismissal of concupiscence and the human propensity toward sin. To which he responds, in part: The pivotal question as I see it is this: What does the grace … Read More

The Absolute Uniqueness of Human Beings

ChelseaCloning2 Comments

The following pictures are from a report earlier this year from the U.S. based Advanced Cell Technology on the Reprogramming of Human Somatic Cells Using Human and Animal Oocytes. Did you ever, in your wildest dreams, imagine that scientists would actually produce an organism that was part human, part cow?? And, yet, it’s being done, right here in our own … Read More

Abortion Goes Prime Time

ChelseaAbortion, video2 Comments

Here’s a clip from last Friday’s Law & Order about the murder of an abortionist in church. In this clip a clinic worker is put on the stand to detail a post-birth partial birth abortion, a testimony that causes the female prosecutor to question her pro-choice convictions: Pretty impressive. I haven’t seen it, but the episode has been getting pretty … Read More

On My Way Home!

ChelseaPersonal, video0 Comments

Hello, readers! As you can tell, I decided to take the week off from blogging. I’ve had a great time catching up with all my relatives down here in Georgia, but it’s time to head home today and get back to work…after the game, of course! Go Gators! –,==< Here’s video of the newest and cutest edition of the WalkingZ ... Read More

Please Pray for Safe Travel!

ChelseaPersonal, Prayer2 Comments

I’m on my way down south today for the second time this year. This time I’m flying. My dad has a meeting in Georgia so I’m flying down with him and then visiting with some relatives while he works – HA! Prayers (to St. Raphael & our Guardian Angels for safe travel) are greatly appreciated! I will be visiting grandparents … Read More

No Pain, No Gain

ChelseaReligion, Suffering1 Comment

That is the message of this Sunday’s Gospel reading (Mk 10:32-45). James and John asked Jesus: “Grant that in your glory we may sit one at your right and the other at your left.” And Jesus replied: “You do not know what you are asking. Can you drink the chalice that I drink or be baptized with the baptism with … Read More

Peaceful Vigil in Columbia

ChelseaAbortion, Activism, Pro Life1 Comment

If you follow me on Twitter, you are aware that I spent a little bit of time at Planned Parenthood in Columbia this Thursday with several of our 40 Days for Life participants. At this particular PP, abortions are scheduled every Thursday afternoon while the clinic is “closed” for regular business. The doors are locked and guarded by a police … Read More

Outsourcing Birth

ChelseaReproductive Technology1 Comment

This clip, from the documentary Google Baby, is as heart-wrenching to watch as it is horrifying. In India poor women are “recruited” to become surrogates for childless middle-class western couples. This kind of language should leave a bad taste in everyone’s mouth: A key figure in the narrative is Dr. Nayna Patel, who started the Gujarat clinic that recruits surrogate … Read More