We are cheating. Today’s Wordless Wednesday needs a few captions to advance the story. Really, though, anything under 250-words probably qualifies as wordless for us windbags, no?
Archives for January 2013
So why do I really, really love my husband today? For not being afraid to tackle this project, for staying up well past his bedtime, for lovingly and patiently preparing this party primate.
Food for thought today: It’s been said that our generation will be remembered for what we did or did not do to combat abortion. What will your grandchildren say about your efforts? Passing along a note from our friend Jimmy, who’s doing something worth remembering. And he now has an international platform to share his message. Jimmy and his Biking For Babies cofounder Mike Schaefer will be guests on EWTN’s Life on the Rock tonight to talk about Biking For Babies, their prolife ministry.
The photo itself says so much that it doesn’t need any description.
The president used the occasion of his second inaugural address to lecture America on equality and dignity of all persons. Here are 18 quotes from it that in isolation might fool one into thinking he regards the unborn with the same inherent dignity as everyone else.
Walk into any darkened room, and all it takes is one small lit match to overpower its darkness and illuminate it. One. Small. Light. As The Christophers say, it’s better to light one candle than to curse the darkness. Today go be that light in this world that has been darkened and devastated by abortion.
Katherine Bourne, a high school sophomore, shares thoughts on being a Catholic prolife teen. This entry was selected as a 2013 March for Life essay winner.
How could Notre Dame have been so thoroughly manhandled by Alabama in the NCAA national football championship? The intercessory prayers of a certain Catholic school 8th-grade girls volleyball team named for Our Blessed Mother may have tipped the cosmic scales in favor of the Crimson Tide. Here’s the story.
It’s been said the crucifix is the Church’s most powerful visual aid. As the little girl in the cartoon underscores, looking at the crucifix can be tough at times. Baby Jesus in the manger is a whole lot easier on the eyes, but Christ on the cross is just as much a part of the reality of our salvation. The nativity doesn’t mean anything without the crucifix. The manger and the cross are inextricably linked – life and death, joy and suffering, working together for our salvation.
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