NARAL blasts Doritos ad for ‘humanizing fetuses’

Pro-abortion group gets mocked on Twitter

The following comes form a February 8 Christian Examiner article by Michael Foust: The abortion rights group NARAL Pro-Choice America took to social media during the Super Bowl to blast a Doritos ad that showed an ultrasound – and then got plenty of pushback from viewers who were incredulous that anyone would have had a problem with the commercial. The humorous ad shows a … [Read more...]

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Abortion, depression and the demise of Charlotte Dawson

The due date clashed with the upcoming Sydney Olympics

The following comes from an April 6 story on FoolishWisdom.com. Australia recently lost a well-known television personality to suicide. Charlotte Dawson was only 47 years old when she was found dead in her waterside apartment. Being a media personality, the story was given much coverage with an outpouring of grief from people across the entertainment industry. At her … [Read more...]

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10th Walk for Life

On Saturday, January 25, the 10th annual Walk for Life West Coast was held at San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza. The event, the second-largest pro-life event in the United States, was the biggest yet. Life News headlined its coverage “60,000 pro-lifers line the streets of San Francisco during West Coast Walk for Life.” Although organizers of the Walk did not give a estimate of … [Read more...]

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What sisters mean to me

Twitter battle over nuns The following comes from a May 1 story of the Catholic News Agency. Reaction to the Vatican’s announced reform of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious took form on the social media site Twitter, where efforts to show support for religious sisters dueled with the group's critics. Fr. James Martin, S.J., an editor for America magazine, … [Read more...]

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