Christine Dhanagom

‘Life is not a disposable thing’: addiction recovery meets pro-life principles

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by Christine Dhanagom Wed Jun 19 12:06 EST Comments (2)

June 19, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - It’s a substance addiction recovery program like no other: cutting edge neurocognitive and neurochemical therapy, behavior modification therapy geared towards permanent recovery, and life skills training with an…

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‘Forever in my heart’: finding healing after an abortion and a stillbirth

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by Christine Dhanagom Wed May 01 06:33 EST Comments (8)

Allen with her child Lily after the birth
Hannah Rose Allen

May 1, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Hannah Rose Allen vividly remembers the decisive moment when she knew that she was going to choose life for her child.

At nineteen years old, this was Allen’s second pregnancy. The first had ended only a few…

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My sister Joan: lessons from a pro-life activist now behind cloister walls

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by Christine Dhanagom Wed Mar 06 13:11 EST Comments (25)

Joan was once wrongfully arrested for her pro-life activism. Here she is being handcuffed.
Sr. Mary Damiana of the King of Glory

March 6, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - It was with mixed emotions that I leaned in to hug my younger sister for the first time in three and a half years. We had not embraced each other since September of 2009, when she entered a cloistered Poor Clare…

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First episodes of post-abortion reality TV show now available online

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by Christine Dhanagom Tue Feb 12 15:05 EST Comments (4)

February 11, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) - It’s a scene that has played out in many post-abortive healing retreats and support groups. Clutching the pillow on her lap as if for protection, tears rolling down her face, Courtney Reames recounts the…

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Why the post-Christian world still loves Christmas

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by Christine Dhanagom Mon Dec 24 10:01 EST Comments (10)

December 24, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Although my husband and I follow the practice of observing December as a period of preparation for Christmas, traditionally known as Advent, there is a part of me that finds it impossible not to think of the…

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Tags: christmas

In the beginning was the Word…

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by Christine Dhanagom Tue Dec 18 18:21 EST Comments (9)

Journalist, Christine Dhanagom

Last week, the gossip site Gawker enthusiastically tweeted about the “human being” growing inside Kate Middleton, under the hashtag “#baby”.

A quick glance through some of the site’s most recently posted articles about abortion, however,…

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In the Beginning was the Word ...

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by Christine Dhanagom Tue Dec 18 18:20 EST Comments (1)

Journalist, Christine Dhanagom

Last week, the gossip site Gawker enthusiastically tweeted about the “human being” growing inside Kate Middleton, under the hashtag “#baby”.

A quick glance through some of the site’s most recently posted articles about abortion, however,…

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Post-abortive actress finds healing on set of reality television show

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by Christine Dhanagom Wed Dec 05 14:04 EST Comments (4)

December 4, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Despite her public career as a Christian actress, Vanessa Ore considers herself a very private person. Not someone who likes to share intimate things about herself with strangers. How she ended up on the set of…

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Tags: vanessa ore

Exit polling data suggest breakdown of the family favors the rise of liberal politics

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by Christine Dhanagom Wed Nov 07 22:29 EST Comments (13)

November 7, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - As the dust settles around last night’s election, the conventional wisdom is that Obama claimed the nation’s female vote. Some analysts, however, are pointing out that marital status appears to have been a more…

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Tags: marriage, obama, obamacare

Georgia mother charged with homicide in stabbing death of newborn

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by Christine Dhanagom Wed Nov 07 17:25 EST Comments (13)

ATHENS, GA, November 7, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A Georgia mother has been charged with murder and aggravated assault in the death of her newborn son.

Twenty-one-year-old Cassandra Elyse Norwood is being held at the Clarke County Jail in Athens,…

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Tags: georgia, infanticide

Archbishop of Canterbury admits: Most Anglicans don’t support same-sex marriage

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by Christine Dhanagom Mon Nov 05 10:38 EST Comments (5)

Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury.

AUCKLAND, New Zealand, November 5, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) - Despite apparent support for same-sex “marriage” from leadership in the Anglican Church, Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury admitted recently at a youth forum in New Zealand…

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Tags: anglican, episcopalian, rowan williams, same-sex 'marriage'

The miracle story behind the 5-minute pro-life film touching thousands

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by Christine Dhanagom Mon Oct 08 17:22 EST Comments (0)

Vanessa Ore, main actress in pro-life short film "Aaron."

October 8, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - It’s a thought that haunts the waking hours of many post-abortive women: “what if my child were still alive?”

In a new LifeSiteNews short film published on the website last week, a young woman grapples…

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Former jailed pro-life activist founds Tijauna orphanage

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by Christine Dhanagom Fri Oct 05 14:45 EST Comments (5)

Some of the children from Ninos de la Promesa.
Some of the children from Ninos de la Promesa.
Connie and Tyler Youngkin.
Connie and Tyler Youngkin.

TIJUANA, Mexico, October 5, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) - It’s an accusation that most pro-life activists have heard at one time or another: “You’re only concerned about children before they’re born!”

Connie Youngkin is a living refutation…

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Tags: culture of life, mexico

Kala’s hope: a family remembers a baby that defied the odds

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by Christine Dhanagom Fri Aug 10 11:59 EST Comments (11)

August 10, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) -  “Why do you even want to bother?”

Elizabeth and Hugh Poza were stunned by the question. Coming from the doctor whose help they had hoped to enlist in curing their daughter’s deafness, it seemed a rejection of…

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Tags: culture of life, elizabeth poza, kala poza, kala's hope

‘Let the little children come unto me’: pro-life artwork saves unborn child’s life

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by Christine Dhanagom Tue Jul 03 15:28 EST Comments (10)

LONGMONT, COLORADO, July 3, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Jennifer Boeke knows the worth of a picture, and it’s more than a thousand words. Sometimes, it’s the difference between life and death. 

 In 1983, the budding artist had just converted to…

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