By Fr. Ernest Daly on August 31, 2011
An extremely beautiful but extremely sad movie. It tells the story of a little Jewish girl who escapes deportation to the Nazi extermination camps in order to come back and rescue her little brother. The story is told by a woman reporter who discovers a strange link to the story of this little girl. The […]
Written by Fr. Ernest Daly on August 31, 2011 | Related Topics: Reviews | Keywords: Abortion, courage, family, healing, hope, Life, love, marriage, martyr, Movie, prolife, relationships, suffering, suicide, tragedy, vocation, war | Leave a response
By Alex Kubik on September 24, 2009
Tabloid socialite and TV personality Kourtney Kardashian recently made a decision that shocked Hollywood and rocked the reality TV world. The pop media is still in a frenzy over the news.
Written by Alex Kubik on September 24, 2009 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Fashion and Celebrity, Issues and Politics | Keywords: Abortion, chastity, choice, courage, decision, Kourtney Kardashian, Life, marriage, Politics, post abortive stress, prolife, purity, Reality shows, Reality TV, Scott Disick | Leave a response
By Alex Kubik on October 7, 2008
We saw him and we fell in love with him. His name is Trig. He is Sarah Palin’s son, and he is beautiful. Like all of us, he has a right to live. But sadly, before he was born, many people in this country would have denied him this right…
Written by Alex Kubik on October 7, 2008 | Related Topics: All Lessons, Issues and Politics | Keywords: Abortion, babies, birth defect, discrimination, handicap, Life, prolife, right to life | Leave a response
By Fr. Ernest Daly on December 19, 2007
Christmas is a time of miracles and a time of gifts. As we celebrate the greatest of all miracles and gifts, that of God becoming a child to save us, it can also be a time to recognize modern miracles, especially the miracle of God’s love working in people’s hearts.
By Fr. Ernest Daly on November 7, 2004
What are moral values, really? And, when two people disagree on what makes one choice moral and another immoral — as so many did disagree in the presidential election — how can we know whose values are truly the most moral?
By William Hobbs on October 15, 2004
Of course, Americans face more than these five issues during this election. There are economic issues, security and world peace issues, including the war on terrorism and Iraq. With so many pressing issues, why does the Church say these five issues are essential and non-negotiable? The reason is that the right to life is antecedent to all other rights.