Unpacking the new “End Roe” special issue of National Review in a series of virtual events over the next few Mondays.
Author: Kathryn Jean Lopez
Millennial Nuns Show How to Be Light in the World and on Social Media
Tonight, I’ll be talking with two of the authors of ‘Millenial Nuns’ who use media to be a light and shine the word of God in otherwise secular places.
Let’s Be Adults for Children: A Night with the National Council for Adoption’s Adoption Hall of Fame
I’ve been to a few of these awards ceremonies over the years, and never expected to be an honoree.
Fifteen Things That Caught My Eye Today: Sudan, Hong Kong, <I>Dobbs</i>, & More
Also prayers for Haiti hostages; ’have an abortion or be fired’; and ‘baby doomers.’
Interview with an American Exorcist — Join Me with Monsignor Stephen Rossetti
Sign up for Tuesday’s virtual discussion with the author of Diary of an American Exorcist.
Are We Going to Act in Time for Those Persecuted by China?
You are invited to join the Anglosphere Society, Knights of Columbus, the Hudson Institute, and NRI in discussing religious liberty and free speech in China
15 Things That Caught My Eye: The Life behind Abortion; Muslims & Religious Liberty; & More
Also: Elitist condescension toward black Americans; Down Syndrome Awareness Month; human dignity.
Another Nine Boxes: When ‘Medical Waste’ Is a Mirror on the Soul of a Nation
How many of our young people are walking wounded, never given a chance to do anything but be enslaved to a pornified culture of death?
There Is Debate about Vaccine Mandates. Can We Actually Have the Debate?
We are conflating informed opinions with misinformation and as someone who has some opinions that are opposed by people in power, that’s concerning.
Martha Sepúlveda’s Life Is Worth Living
Please continue to pray for this dear, suffering woman, Martha Sepúlveda.