One Man Has 74 Offspring and More Donor Conceived Children Speak Out

ChelseaFamily, Fatherhood, Infertility, Reproductive Technology5 Comments

Last month the New York Times reported on a man in California whose donated sperm was responsible for the lives of 150 young men and women. Shortly after, there was a lot of buzz over an episode of Style Network’s documentary show Style Exposed in which Ben Seisler confessed to his fiance (see video) that through the sperm he donated … Read More

TOB Tues (on Wed.): Emotional Chastity

ChelseaChastity, Love, Theology of the Body, TOB Tuesday1 Comment

When we talk about the Theology of the Body, we usually talk about guarding our eyes and not revealing too much of our bodies, but what about our guarding our hearts and not revealing too much of our emotions? The TOB is about the whole person, body and soul, and that certainly includes our emotions. Therefore, emotional chastity is just … Read More

My Catholic Revolver Radio Interview

ChelseaPersonal, Religion3 Comments

I don’t think I ever shared this on here. Last year I was a guest on The Catholic Revolver online radio show with Jerry Weber. The interview starts a little after the 4 minute mark and runs for almost the whole hour. So, if you’ve got some time to kill and want to know a little bit more about your … Read More

Every Child Deserves a Chance at Greatness

ChelseaAbortion, Adoption0 Comments

I’m loving this piece at the Washington Times from last month on Abortion, Adoption, and Steve Jobs. Author John Paul Cassil uses Jobs’ own words from a 2005 Stanford University commencement address describing his humble beginnings: “It started before I was born. My biological mother was a young, unwed college graduate student, and she decided to put me up for … Read More

Former Addict Chris Rene Wows X-Factor Judges!

ChelseaAddiction, video0 Comments

Ok, one more video this week! I just can’t hold back on this one either. This is just delightful. God is so good. Note that the main reason this young man decided to finally get clean was his son. That is why I have said that the campaign to sterilize drug addicts is a bit misguided, at best. See: Why … Read More

Awesome Zeppelin Baby Blogging!

ChelseaCute Baby Blogging, video0 Comments

I normally don’t like posting so many videos in a row, but my Zeppelin-loving heart just could not resist this one. I pray my future children (God-willing) are this awesome!! Video: Baby Loves Led Zeppelin And, because you’re never too old to get the Led out, check out “Old Man Rocks Out to Zeppelin“. Even more awesome! Happy Wednesday, everyone!!

TOB Tues: Pornography Shows Too Little of the Human Person

ChelseaAddiction, Sex, Sexuality, Theology of the Body, TOB Tuesday0 Comments

This is a wonderful interview with Matt Fradd, founder of The Porn Effect, in which he explains that the real problem with pornography is not that it shows too much, but that it shows much too little of the human person: Previous post: Porn Kills Love

OMG! 7 BILLION People?!…Relax. It’s Not as Bad as You Think

ChelseaPopulation Control Myth, video1 Comment

The latest from the Population Research Institute dispelling the “overpopulation” myth. Previous: Food: We’ve Got Plenty of It Poverty is not Solved by Elimitating People

What Are You Doing to Help Build a Culture of Life?

ChelseaActivism, Prayer, Pro Life0 Comments

“Never tire of firmly speaking out in defense of life from its conception and do not be deterred from the commitment to defend the dignity of every human person with courageous determination. Christ is with you: be not afraid!” (JPII – Address to visiting bishops, 3 February 2001) God created man in his image; in the divine image he created … Read More

Suffering and The Little Way of Spiritual Childhood

ChelseaPro Life0 Comments

Today the Catholic Church celebrates the feast of St. Thérèse, a lovable little saint whose example of humility and abandonment is a reminder of the strength that can be found when we embrace the limits of our human nature and place all our hope and trust in God who is “more tender than a Mother.” Afflicted with tuberculosis at a … Read More