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Here’s What John Paul II Would Have Said About the Women’s March on Washington

The first ever “Women’s March on Washington” was this Saturday. ProLife Women were uninvited. So of course, being a ProLife Woman myself, that meant I had to go. Challenge accepted. Right?  Right. So off to Washington DC with my dear friend went I. We witnessed to life. We got yelled at. She got shoved. We saw …

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Celebrating the Life of a Stillborn Child: Seven Ways to Say Goodbye

In the late evening of June 30, 2016, Augusten Sebastian Mahfood stopped moving in his mother’s womb. A few hours later, the emergency room nurse at Mercy Hospital in St. Louis declared there to be no heartbeat. He was 33 weeks old from the time of his conception. This ultrasound photo, taken at 31 weeks, …

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8 Serious Ways Women’s Healthcare Has Completely Failed Women

I find myself surrounded by wonderful medical professionals who do everything in their power and go out of their way for their patients. I would never say that it is only the fault of Dr’s, medical consultants and nurses. But rather society, lack of specialists in women’s healthcare, and the fact that there isn’t money …

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12 Things Modest Feminist Catholics are Tired of Hearing

Lately, Big Bang Theory actress, neuroscientist, and outspoken Orthodox Jew Mayim Bialik has been catching some heat for how she chooses to dress on the Red Carpet—not because she’s wearing too little, but because she’s wearing more than the norm. Bialik follows tznius, the Jewish code of modesty, which at its most basic requires women …

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