If you have not seen our most recent video, please do.  We are getting a lot of very positive comments about it.


The video is about bringing hope into the world and how this begins with you.  When our readers are informed, activated and then involved – the culture is transformed.

Most of all, right now LifeSiteNews needs your support.  With only 14 days left in our Fall Campaign, we have raised just $10,000 towards our necessary $100,000 goal.

Don’t get us wrong, we are always very grateful for what is sent to us, but, nevertheless, we now have to start doing some serious asking.

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It’s grueling work defending life and family in these times.  We are hearing everywhere – from leaders, activists, and from you our readers – that many of you are tired and exhausted.

To be honest, we are too. We all are witnessing some of the greatest attacks on the culture, and it is emotionally and spiritually draining to say the least.

However, when we remember that hope of victory is not a weight upon our shoulders but a reward to one day be enjoyed, it should change our perspective and determination.

The beautiful story of Kala Poza and a family that defied all odds is a sign of hope for what is to come.

Stories of forgiveness in the face of evil and hatred are a sign of hope for what is to come.

And stories of conversion, where truth penetrates the coldest of hearts and the most darkened of intellect, should be a sign of hope for what is to come. 

Your involvement, your victories, and your stories of hope are what Fr. Pavone is referring to in our video when he talks about LifeSiteNews ‘building the fabric of networking that keeps us together as one movement.’

More people need to hear these stories.  Especially now. 

Support our Fall Campaign and ensure that more of these stories touch the hearts and minds of millions around the world.

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With you, we WILL make a big difference.

God bless,

Steve Jalsevac
Managing Director


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