Archive for September 2020
What can you do to support life? PRAY at the 2020 Life Chain this Sunday.
Iowans for LIFE asks you to join us at the 2020 Life Chain from 2 to 3:30PM on Sunday, October 4th. Prayer moves mountains. Prayer sustains this movement and changes hearts and minds through the mysterious grace and power of the Holy Spirit. And prayer unites Catholics and Protestants, men and women, and even friend…Read More
True or False: Abortion rates drop under Democratic presidents?
Progressive Catholic voters are spreading info that a vote for Democrats is actually a pro-life vote. Here’s how they express their rationale: “For anyone who opposes Trump but hesitates to vote Democrat because of the abortion issue, here’s some food for thought: Neither party wants to see abortions increase. The difference is in strategy: the…Read More
A gash in American history
Something happened halfway between Herbert Hoover’s presidency and Donald Trump’s that scarred our nation. To this day, it is the elephant in the voting booth. The wound manifests itself in a variety of ways, most recently on display in the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings. It is again on display in the aftermath of Ruth Bader…Read More
The myth of the single issue pro-life voter
“How can you vote for that man and that party?” the daughter sobbed hysterically to her shellshocked parents. “You’re nothing but a single issue pro-life voter. I can’t even talk with you right now!” In a conversation between a group of pro-lifers, the scenario above was reported not once, not twice, but three times. Has…Read More
Paper bags and lollipops
By Amanda Ladwig When I walked up to the bulletproof glass-enclosed reception desk I gave my name. The receptionist smiled warmly back and handed me a small brown paper bag with #18 written on it in red permanent marker. As she handed me the bag she kindly stated, “you are number 18, please have a…Read More
Fr. James Altman says the stakes are high when you vote
“You cannot be Catholic and be a Democrat. Period.” These pointed words are stated by Fr. James Altman (above) from the Diocese of La Crosse, WI, in a video burning up the internet. More than a quarter of a million people have watched it on YouTube alone. Fr. Altman will surely get some pushback from…Read More