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.
For 39 years, thousands of people have made a pilgrimage to Washington, DC to bear witness to the sanctity of human life. This year was no different. On January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court handed down a decision (Roe v. Wade) that changed the United States of America in a way no other decision has […]
On the 39th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade, in remembrance of the 51 million children lost to abortion . . . “Along with the work of advocacy, and the importance of our vote, in the struggle to secure the rights of the unborn I urge us all to embrace the truth of what it means to […]
While the fight to uphold and defend life continues for many daily, the 38th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade on January 22 brought the state of regard for life in America again to the forefront. It is estimated that more than 52 million unborn children in the U.S. have died via abortion since it was made […]
This past Friday I attended the Iowa Mass for Life celebrated by Des Moines Bishop Pates that served as a sending Mass for those from our diocese making the trek to the March for Life in Washington, D.C. It was a beautiful Mass and Bishop Pates’ homily was quite moving. There was a sound that […]