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Once again, Hollywood has delivered what no one asked for. This time, it’s a sequel to the heartwarming holiday classic, It’s a Wonderful Life. The 1946 Frank Capra masterpiece, about an angel-in-training convincing a suicidal Jimmy Stewart that every life matters, could only be described as “pro-life.” The remake will deliver a much different message. Variety reports: Karolyn Grimes, who played George Bailey’s daughter Zuzu in the original, will return for the sequel as an angel who shows Bailey’s unlikable grandson (also named George Bailey) how much better off the world would have been had he never been born. This […]
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Fr. Raymond Gravel, a Quebec Catholic priest who almost three years ago launched a lawsuit against LifeSiteNews.com, has been diagnosed with terminal cancer and given six months to live according Quebec media.
Readers often share moving personal testimonies related to LifeSiteNews stories. These are some of the best, most convincing and helpful comments posted in LSN comments in the last few days. Well worth reading and remembering.
Update: LifeSiteNews.com is proud to announce that Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, will also participate in the webcast this evening! Live Webcast TONIGHT at 8pm EST. Register Now!
The first comment reminds us once again that we often should not use religious arguments in talking about abortion, depending on the person that we are talking to. There are enough other arguments that can still be very convincing because this is also a human rights and justice issue.
This week, the Diocese of Rome -- the Pope's own Diocese -- has provided a concrete example of how to respond to the death of a notorious, unrepentant, public sinner. Think Senator Kennedy, or Prime Minister Trudeau.