June 29, 2017

Charlie Gard’s Death Sets a Dangerous Precedent

Absent some extraordinary intervention, Charlie Gard, aged 10 months, will be killed tomorrow by the doctors charged with his care, who claim that because his condition
July 14, 2017

An Update on Charlie Gard

The reports of Charlie Gard’s death are greatly exaggerated. As word of his imminent demise spread around the globe, a multitude of voices have been lifted in
October 30, 2017

What Working at a Pregnancy Resource Center is REALLY Like

Many proponents of abortion believe it is a reproductive right that helps women maintain good psychological health, escape poverty, and pursue their professional goals. I would
November 29, 2017

Miss USA Contestant Is a Pro-Life Miracle Smashing the Media’s Narrative

It’s a dangerous irony. The media are only too happy to praise the accomplishments of people with Down syndrome. But, at the same time, they turn
December 27, 2017

A New Year’s Resolution For Jesuit Universities

As the New Year approaches, I would like to recommend a specific resolution for Jesuit universities: be more Catholic. I am a Georgetown University alumna, and
December 27, 2017

Another Christmas Story: How an Unplanned Pregnancy Saved a Dad’s Life

The Christmas story is about baby Jesus entering the world to save humanity. But God doesn’t stop there. For Catholics and other orthodox Christians who celebrate
February 3, 2018

A Baby Named Hope vs. Fourteen Spineless ‘Catholic’ Senators

The Senate has rejected a bill that would have banned late-term abortions beyond 20 weeks’ (about five months’) gestation. The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which
March 14, 2018

5 Ways Entertainment Normalizes Planned Parenthood

The majority of Americans – more than 3 out of 4 – support significant abortion restrictions. But don’t expect the entertainment industry to reflect that. From