What do our Canadian government and Harry Potter have in common? They both believe in magic. While Harry Potter suddenly brings inanimate objects to life with a few words and the flick of a wand, our Canadian government does the same with a few…Continue Reading »
Guest post by Cassie Farrell. Cassie is one of several young men and women from Campaign Life Coalition Youth who are taking part in the 57th Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations this week in New York City.
At the 57th UN…
This guest post for Campaign Life Coalition Youth is written by Michael Thompson.
I heard a quip a while ago that while there is a shortage of vocations to the priesthood, there is none to the papacy. Recently, the Minister of…
Ever had a yearning to boil a frog? Me neither. If I DID want to (hypothetically speaking OF COURSE), 19th-century science suggests that the best way to do it is to put the frog in cold water and slowly turn up the heat. If poor little Kermit was…Continue Reading »
Guest post by Sharon Milan
Imagine going through several months of cancer and radiation. Imagine being bed-ridden, not being able to eat for months without the help of a feeding tube. Imagine having the roof of your mouth gone to rid any excess…Continue Reading »
May 18, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - “I’m ‘pro-baby’ and everything, but I can arrange for you to have an abortion if you want.”
If my mother was not pro-life, she would have answered the doctor a different way. If my mother was not pro-life,…Continue Reading »
When I was in grade six I had thee BEST Arthur-themed birthday party in the entire universe (what a wonderful kind of day, HEY!). We had the hats. We had the cake. We had a blast.
Today is International Women’s Day. Planned Parenthood Toronto is…Continue Reading »
Today’s guest post is by Cameron Wilson
Standing across the street from an abortuary always gives me a gut-wrenching feeling. I am sure that most pro-lifers who have experienced this understand what I am saying. Two by two the unsure, emotionally…Continue Reading »
I have a routine as most people do. I wake up, triple yawn my way to the kitchen, make my morning shake, eat half a piece of toast, shower, beautify, and walk to work. At work I turn on my computer, plug in my iPhone, check my voicemail/e-mail and…Continue Reading »
You want to know what I’m sick of? (It’s a rhetorical question because I’m going to tell you anyway). I am sick of television personalities, politicians and that random guy at the gas station telling pro-lifers that the abortion law in this…Continue Reading »