Anthem For Life – My Pro-Life Song

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Back in the late 1990’s (or early 2000’s), I was asked to write a song for the Rosaries For Life organization in my parish. So I did. Not sure they were crazy about the style, but most people liked it.

Anyway, I thought that it would be appropriate for this week – Anniversary of Roe V. Wade and the annual Walk For Life events. 

Hope you like it. If not, that’s OK, too.

Click here to decide 🙂

 

An Excellent Tour of The Catechism of The Catholic Church

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New page on the site.

This is an excellent video series presenting an overview of the Catechism of The Catholic Church. If you have not studied the Catechism (and really, how many of us have?) this is a great way to get an introduction.

Fr. Mahan has provided an introduction for each segment and a description of the topic covered in the section.

If you have any questions on Catholic teaching, this may be a good place to start!

For an online version of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, click on the link below.

http://ccc.usccb.org/flipbooks/catechism/index.html#prologue

BK

How Planned Parenthood Trains To Detect Sex Trafficking and Abuse

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We could all learn something from Planned Parenthood, as attested to in this video. And we can rest assured that they have protection as a top priority.

Theirs.

 

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Every Aborted Baby…

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Natalie Smith: A Pentecostal Who Became A Catholic – The Journey Home

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Natalie was baptized a Catholic but her mother left the Church soon after Natalie’s first communion. She endured much abuse and violence in he home as a child and into her adult life. When she was 18, she accepted Jesus as her Lord and Savior, eventually becoming a faithful Pentecostal. Natalie’s journey back to the Catholic Church began when her sister wanted to get a divorce. Natalie didn’t know whether or not to pray for reconciliation or that her sister find a new husband. Her research into the matter brought her to a discovery of the Church Father leading her Home.

Why We Genuflect

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If you have ever wondered why we genuflect (or even what the word “genuflect” means), This short video makes it crystal clear.

It’s amazing what we are saying even when we don’t know what it is we are saying…

By genuflecting before the tabernacle at church, we’re saying at least one of three things with our bodies. Those three things have to do with humility, service, and love. In this video, Fr. Mike Schmitz explains how a simple kneel before we enter the pew can express so much.

 

 

 

 

Ten Big Reasons…

Here are 10 big reasons why @PPact doesn’t deserve another cent of taxpayer money. It’s time to defund the abortion corporation.

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How To Be Catholic and Pro-Choice At The Same Time

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If you want to maintain your Catholic faith and still be pro-choice, here is a list of all of the ways you can do it:

The End

Now, here’s the truth:

Faithful Catholicism and pro-choice beliefs and lifestyle are two completely mutually exclusive things. One, Catholicism, worships God and the other, abortion support,  worships Satan. There is no middle ground – only self delusion leading to spiritual death.

Light and darkness cannot occupy the same space.

What you “feel” doesn’t matter – only truth matters, and truth does not change.

BK