Everyone Has the Right to Pursue Happiness

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It’s one of the fundamental human rights that our founding fathers here in the US formally recognized in our Declaration of Independence. And, yet, so many human beings here and throughout the world are judged by someone else’s standard of happiness and snuffed out (denied their other most basic human right to life) and never given the chance to pursue … Read More

Music for Your Monday: A Homeschool Family

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This is cute. From comedian Tim Hawkins:

Cute Laughing Baby Blogging

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Because laughing babies make the world a better place (h/t The Anchoress): “How can there be too many children? That is like saying there are too many flowers.” -Mother Teresa See more laughing babies

Pro-Life Prayer to the Holy Spirit

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O Holy Spirit of God, You were promised to us by the Lord Jesus as an Advocate, as one who pleads our cause and speaks up for us in the heights of heaven. “I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Advocate, to be with you forever…”(Jn.14:15). The apostle Paul has taught us that You intercede for … Read More

Veni, Sancte Spiritus!

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I really love this: The disciples spoke in the language of every nation. At Pentecost God chose this means to indicate the presence of the Holy Spirit: whoever had received the Spirit spoke in every kind fo tongue. We must realize, dear brothers, that this is the same Holy Spirit by whom love is poured out in our hearts. It … Read More

The Potent Power of Forgiveness

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Unforgiveness is like cancer. It will eat you from the inside out. -Mary Johnson This is a wonderful story of forgiveness that reminds me a lot of Assunta Goretti, the mother of St. Maria Goretti, who forgave the man who attempted to rape and mortally wounded her the young saint: h/t Deacon Greg Of course justice should be sought and … Read More

Diaz: “Sex is My Favorite Sport”

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Spoken like a true lady: “Sex is my favorite sport,” Diaz gushed while promoting her new movie, “Bad Teacher.” “Sex is the sexiest word in the English language,” she says in the June issue of Maxim Magazine. “Just the word is sexy to me. There’s something to it, don’t you think?” Diaz, 38, who is cast as a foul-mouthed school … Read More

Suicide, Abortion and a Kevorkian Round-Up

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Ross Douthat has a couple of good pieces at the NY Times. First, is his op-ed on death of Jack Kevorkian and the public’s approval of his deadly profession: If participating in a suicide is legally and ethically acceptable, in other words, it can’t just be because cancer is brutal and dementia is dehumanizing. It can only be because there’s … Read More

Music for Your Monday: Cicada Song

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A bit of a different music Monday today. This song has no real pro-life message – unless you consider the fact that it’s their mating song. Cicadas come out every 13 years here in Mid-Missouri to sing and mate. The last time they were out was 1998, so this year is their year to party and they’re out in full, … Read More

Most Paralyzed People are Happy to be Alive

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Peter Saunders wrote recently at the MercatorNet euthanasia blog about how television dramas make rare events appear common and so distort public opinion on key issues. He talked specifically about the UK soap opera Emmerdale which is involved in an assisted suicide plot line involving a young man who is paralyzed in a car accident and asks his mom to … Read More