Society & Culture
Catholics, hear Sister Dede Byrne on life, then vote your well-formed conscience
"The life issue supersedes politics, it's really ethical, moral, spiritual, human," said Sister Dierdre Byrne, who gave galvanizing pro-life remarks at the Republican National Convention in August. "My intention was not to be a political speaker up there on the podium, but someone who is just representing the Catholic Church and its response, and relationship, to the life issues..."
Sr. Byrne, highlighted by the National Catholic Register as "Surgeon, Soldier, Sister, Servant," belongs to the Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
Matthew Franck: The future of Roe vs. Wade is up for grabs
Deacon Geoff Bennett: How to vote as a faithful Catholic
James Carafano: Chaos in the streets is organized violence
Rebecca Kiessling: "I owe my birth to the law which protected me."
Nicole Hunt: Help Mom Save Baby is the answer to late-term abortion
Kelsey Hazzard: You don't have to be religious to recognize the violence of abortion
Serrin Foster of Feminists for Life: How to make abortion unthinkable
Brandon McGinley: Hope for Catholic reconciliation and restoration
Fr. Ed Broom: Fighting discouragement with Bible verses
Robert George: Stand up to the woke bullying in America
Fr. Dwight Longenecker: We first of all lie to ourselves. Jesus Christ is the truth.
Pecknold and Anderson: Supreme Court imposing sexual ideology on America
Paul Kengor: Understanding the Marxist moment in America 2020
U.S. Rep. Dan Lipinski: How pro-life Democrats can make their voices heard
Michael New: Coloradans can save unborn lives at the 2020 ballot
Kendra Clark: A Catholic convert from Mormonism describes her journey
Krista Kafer: Just days left to sign Initiative 120 to put late-term abortion ban on Colorado ballot
Sign Initiative 120 to help end late-term abortion in Colorado (:30 PSA)
Dr. Ray Guarendi: On what it takes to be married and raise "upright kids"