Say ‘Imago Dei’ and Pray

Say ‘Imago Dei’ and Pray

By Brandon Shaw My dear Catholic friends prayed familiar prayers, and I, now evangelical, extemporaneously preached as the Pittsburgh abortion facility’s security personnel stared at our fervor for life as if ushering hell into an ice age. I scorned at them. In...
Look and Are: The True Definition of Beauty

Look and Are: The True Definition of Beauty

By: Jennie O’Hare The other night I was driving home and was admiring the sunset. The sun was about to sink behind the mountains, giving off a beautiful yellow and orange glow, the bright green of the meadows offsetting the vibrant hues and the blue sky creating...
Black History is Lost Every Day

Black History is Lost Every Day

February is Black History Month and it’s hard not to think about all the history that will never be made. Abortion disproportionately affects the black community, robbing us all of a future impacted by the lives of those children who were not allowed to be born. Did...
Truly Loving the Unseen Person

Truly Loving the Unseen Person

By Judie Brown   To truly know and understand love is to truly know and understand Christ. Yet what happens when we lose sight of our faith and deny that love?   Over the past 43 years it has been my experience that few people actually personalize the human...
Saint John Paul II on Human Beings

Saint John Paul II on Human Beings

By Kristen Sauer Recently while in Washington, DC, my aunt and I visited the National Shrine of Saint John Paul II. This beautiful shrine is not only a place where many go to worship, but it chronicles his remarkable life, World Youth Day meetings, all the places he...