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Out of Darkness, Light

One of the most beautiful sights during Holy Week is at the Easter Vigil Mass. After the Easter fire is blessed, the Paschal candle is lit and brought into the…

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Serving Others in Lent: The Power of Showing Up

I get to experience this Lent through the eyes of a new convert to the faith. Two of my friends, Riley and Nathan, are getting baptized at the Easter Vigil.…

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Get Involved: Be a Respect Life Intern

For those living in St. Louis, working as a Respect Life Intern is a fantastic way to serve the pro-life movement.  It is a practical way to serve a movement…

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Pro-Life Heroes: Sr. Mary Antona Ebo

During February, we celebrate African American History Month, recalling the contributions made by African Americans to our nation. We all know the story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Frederick Douglass,…

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How Should Pro-Lifers Respond to the Refugee Ban?

Last week President Trump announced a refugee ban in the United States. If we are in fact going to live up to our claim to be “the Pro-Life Generation” we have…

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8 Reasons Why You Should Get Pumped for Generation Life!

Christmas is sadly over and going back to school in January is never as exciting as it is in August. Maybe it is just me, but January has always been…

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Christmas: A Hope Fulfilled

There are so many pro-life themes upon which we could reflect at Christmas time: Mary’s ‘yes’ to God’s will in her life, the care of St. Joseph for Mary and…

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New Data on Abortion: Mixed News

The U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC) recently released its report on abortion in the U.S. based on data from the 2013 calendar year. The trends in abortion are a mixture of…

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Pro-Life Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving upon us, it is a perfect time to count our blessings. When we see so much that our world needs to change, it can be difficult sometimes to…

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How To Stay Friends During Election Season

The 2016 election year is upon us, and the odds are you have found yourself talking about it with friends. If that’s the case, it can begin to feel a lot…

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