For the longest time I always felt just another face in the crowd – unknown, unseen, easily replaced. I was pretty quiet in large groups and rarely voiced my opinions. It wasn’t for lack of having them; it was simply because I thought that people wouldn’t care.
During my years as a hospice volunteer, I had some very moving and meaningful experiences. One, in particular, stands out. I was visiting Theresa, a patient in a nursing home where visitations by family members or friends are few and far between.
The Hyde Amendment is 40 years old this year. It undoubtedly has saved many lives. But the Democratic Party officially wants to repeal it, against the wishes of pro-life Democrats and almost everyone else.
The Red Mass is a tradition in the Catholic Church that dates back to the 13th century.
It’s funny where you can learn a lesson and catch a glimpse of the divine. Recently, in a grocery store, I witnessed this incident:...