Steve Jalsevac

Legatus Summit blew us away


by Steve Jalsevac Mon Feb 10 21:12 EST Comments (0)

Reggie Littlejohn giving thank you speech after receiving one of the four Legatus pro-life awards.
Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput during homily at one of the daily masses during conference

John-Henry Westen, Jon Fidero and I just came back from attending the annual Legatus Summit in Orlando, Florida that took place this past Thursday to Saturday. It was an astonishing event, in that every speaker was rock solid and of the highest…

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“Lawfare” in Canada and the U.S and warning from Ireland’s Bernadette Smyth


by Steve Jalsevac Mon Feb 03 21:13 EST Comments (0)

“Lawfare—that is, costly nuisance suits—is an increasingly common tactic of the political left in Canada. It’s not just against websites.” So says Canadian journalist and lawyer Ezra Levant in response to the outcome of the lawsuit against the…

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Tags: abortion, homosexuality, pro-life, slapp suit

The belittling and bashing of the pontificate of Pope Benedict is accelerating


by Steve Jalsevac Wed Jan 29 21:45 EST Comments (25)

Pope Benedict XVI

The belittling and bashing of the pontificate of Pope Benedict is accelerating in conjunction with the growing adulation of Pope Francis in the secular world and among the "progessive" dissidents within the Church.

Benedict did what he was…

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Tags: pope benedict xvi

The best photos from the 2014 Washington March for Life


by Steve Jalsevac Thu Jan 23 20:08 EST Comments (0)

Note: Click on "toggle full screen" at the top left of the photo window to see the photos in a much larger size

WASHINGTON, January 23, 2014 ( – Couldn't make it to the March for Life in Washington this year? No problem.…

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Tags: abortion, pro-life, washington 2014 march for life

Campaign Life Coalition seeks pro-life trustee candidates


by Paul Tuns Thu Jan 16 15:18 EST Comments (2)

Jack Fonseca

TORONTO, January 16, 2014 ( – Campaign Life Coalition is running advertisements in the Catholic Register and The Interim “calling all pro-lifers” to “consider running in the 2014 Ontario public and Catholic school board trustee…

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Christmas campaign results and upcoming major LifeSiteNews development projects


by Steve Jalsevac Thu Jan 16 02:46 EST Comments (2)

We want to express great thanks to all those who were able to donate to our Christmas campaign. The final amount that was received was $190,000. We therefore reached 95% of our minimal goal for which we are extremely grateful!

Hopefully, we will…

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The lessons of Bill C-43


by The Interim Thu Jan 09 19:36 EST Comments (3)

This is the main editorial in the January 2013 the Interim, Canada's national pro-life newspaper

TORONTO, January 9, 2014 ( -The Canadian Press obtained 20-year-old cabinet meeting minutes on the Mulroney abortion bill, C-43. The…

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Tags: abortion, bill c-43, brian mulroney, canada

First publication of documents on Gravel lawsuit against LifeSiteNews is important development


by Steve Jalsevac Thu Jan 09 18:45 EST Comments (6)

The Joliette, Quebec court where all preliminary hearing s have been heard so far.

On Dec. 31, we brought LifeSiteNews readers up-to-date on the long running, oppressive and still on-going lawsuit action against the Canadian branch of LifeSiteNews (LifeSiteNews, US is a separately incorporated organization, but this action has…

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Tags: fr. raymond gravel, freedom of expression, freedom of the press

A memorable interview in the papal palace


by Steve Jalsevac Wed Jan 08 12:33 EST Comments (0)

When I look back at all that we reported on and did this past year, it takes my breath away and leaves me almost shaken.  So many large developments have occurred. We have covered more than I ever thought it was possible for LifeSiteNews to do so…

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Tags: contraception, homsexuality, rev. wojciech giertych, truth

Fr. Gravel lawsuit against LifeSiteNews is still on-going


by Steve Jalsevac Tue Dec 31 18:47 EST Comments (2)

December 31, 2013 ( - To bring our readers up-to-date, although, as we reported on October 29, Quebec Catholic priest Fr. Raymond Gravel has been diagnosed with terminal cancer, his now three-years' long, $500,000 lawsuit against…

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Tags: fr gravel

Last Call!


by Steve Jalsevac Mon Dec 30 18:57 EST Comments (2)

Well, this is it folks. The last day of our Christmas fundraising campaign!

Note: Checks dated today, but received later will still be counted in this campaign. For U.S. donors they will be tax deductible for 2013.

From all of us…

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Life on GLAAD’s Blacklist


by Robert Oscar Lopez Mon Dec 30 13:26 EST Comments (15)

Dec. 29, 2013 ( - Readers will have to forgive me for sounding angry, but the recent news involving GLAAD has enraged me.  Mark Steyn's most recent piece in National Review sums up some of the worst aspects of the epic saga…

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Tags: duck dynasty, free speech, glaad, homosexuality

Only 2 days remain: Can you donate $5 or $10?


by Steve Jalsevac Sun Dec 29 17:15 EST Comments (0)

Only 2 Days Left!
Can you donate just $5?

Dear readers,

Only 2 days left until the end of our campaign and we are still a hefty $90,000 short of our minimum $200,000 goal.  

I have to be honest with you, we have never been this far…

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Alert! Only 3 Days Left


by Steve Jalsevac Sat Dec 28 11:19 EST Comments (2)

I was hoping I wouldn't have to send out a last minute distress alert during our Christmas campaign –-

But we are short $100,000 of our absolutely minimum $200,000 fundraising goal…and we only have 3 days left

We have spent much…
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Spending Christmas in the Hospital


by Susanna Rose Tue Dec 24 20:58 EST Comments (0)

Little Ameila
The Rose Family

From childhood on, we dream of Christmas being a day of uninterrupted family time with gifts and delicious food.  To have anything come between us and this fantasy is unthinkable.  Three years ago, our family experienced what it is like to have…

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