Largest fire in CA history claims another life: Fire Battalion Chief Matthew Burchett

Largest fire in CA history claims another life: Fire Battalion Chief Matthew Burchett

California fires claim yet another life, that of Fire Battalion Chief Matthew Burchett, a more than 20-year firefighter veteran who traveled with a crew from Utah to join a record number of firefighters from California and other states to battle California’s wildfires this summer.  As if the upheaval and shock of fleeing one’s home with…
Planned Parenthood vs. State of Ohio

Planned Parenthood vs. State of Ohio

Judge Kavanaugh’s fall confirmation is rapidly approaching, reigniting the conversation around abortion making groups like Planned Parenthood nervous. In Ohio, a critical court battle is underway that may well make its way to the Supreme Court, and could prove an early test for a newly-minted Justice Kavanaugh. The Ohio case questions Planned Parenthood’s access to…
Child Survives Failed Abortion, Mom Learns Truth More than 30 Years Later

Child Survives Failed Abortion, Mom Learns Truth More than 30 Years Later

(BBC) When Melissa Ohden was 14 she learned a shocking secret – her mother had tried to abort her. She was saved by a nurse who heard her crying as she lay among medical waste at a US hospital. This is the story of her survival, and of the mother who thought she was dead.…
MARCH FOR LIFE 2018: Catholic Colleges Converge on D.C. for Annual Pro-life Event

MARCH FOR LIFE 2018: Catholic Colleges Converge on D.C. for Annual Pro-life Event

WASHINGTON, D.C.  (CNA/EWTN News)—The 45th annual March for Life will take place in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 19, and hundreds of thousands of people are expected to attend. Many of the marchers will be students from Catholic universities, who will, in some cases, skip class to march for an end to abortion. Here are some of…
Non-profit Organization President Defies Public Perception of Down Syndrome

Non-profit Organization President Defies Public Perception of Down Syndrome

LOS ANGELES (CNA/EWTN News)—Karen Gaffney (pictured left) has swum the English Channel, is the president of a global non-profit, and has an honorary doctorate.  She’ll share her story in Los Angeles this Saturday, at an annual event designed to celebrate human dignity. She’ll also share the obstacles she’s had to overcome. “You see, I have Down syndrome,…
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