One week before President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shook hands at the historic summit on Singapore’s Sentosa Island, 100 Catholics representing different perspectives gathered to share ideas on overcoming polarization in the church and in U.S. society.
About 350 students walked out of class at 10 a.m. April 11 at Cathedral High School in St. Cloud. For 17 minutes they gathered in front of the main entrance holding signs and spending time in prayer, reading from Scripture, and in silence.
On a bright, sunny and almost spring-like morning highlighted by President Donald Trump’s remarks to the rally before the march from the White House Rose Garden and members of Congress, there appeared to be little interest from the marchers in political questions.
The Capital One Arena in Washington, which typically hosts professional basketball and hockey games and sold-out concerts, was filled with thousands of youth from around the country who gathered there Jan. 19 to stand up for life.
While having four kids at one time has helped the couple trust more deeply in God they can’t help but ask: “why us?”
The March for Life Education and Defense Fund announced the 45th annual March for Life theme, “Love Saves Lives: Life Is the Loving, Empowering and Self-Sacrificial Option,” for the 2018 rally and march at a briefing on Capitol Hill Oct. 3.
Prolife advocates gathered in front of Planned Parenthood in St. Cloud Sept. 30 for a rally marking the beginning of 40 Days For Life, an internationally coordinated pro-life effort helping local communities end abortion. The St. Cloud campaign began Sept. 27 and runs through Nov. 5. Another rally will be held to mark the end […]
The director of pro-life activities for the New York State Catholic Conference applauded the state’s highest court for unanimously determining that the state constitution does not include a fundamental right to physician-assisted suicide.
Chris Gard and Connie Yates announced in London’s High Court July 24 that they had ended their legal struggle to take their baby overseas for treatment.
New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan described the recent pledge from the Democratic National Committee’s chair to support only pro-abortion candidates “disturbing” and “intolerant.”
President Donald Trump signed a bill into law April 13 that allows states to redirect Title X family planning funding away from clinics that perform abortions and to community clinics that provide comprehensive health care for women and children.