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Covering “Snow vs. Wade”

As a reporter, I’m often faced with the task of making quick decisions. Covering this year’s March for Life was probably one of the biggest stories that put my decision-making to the test. This year’s march was scheduled on a Friday, January 22. In preparation, photographer Lisa Johnston and I Read More

Archbishop Carlson: We are Generation Life!

Archbishop Robert J. Carlson addressed the 1,000+ youth gathered at the Cathedral Basilica on Saturday, January 23rd for the Generation Life event held  in St. Louis. The event was held here because the Generation Life pilgrimage to Washington, D.C. was called off due to the severe snowstorm that impacted the Read More

Protecting the Holy Innocents

Fear and uncertainty sometimes drive people to do the unthinkable. Consider the story of King Herod of Judea, who centuries ago ordered the killing of any boys two years and younger living in the area of Bethlehem. Fearful of losing the throne to a newborn “King of the Jews,” Herod Read More

Hope And Mercy Beyond A Single Year

By Stephanie To | Respect Life Apostolate “Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.” Matt. 5:6 Tuesday, September 1, brought us the ninth video from Center for Medical Progress, this time revealing a decade-long relationship between some Planned Parenthood affiliates with tissue procurement companies and more revelations about Read More

Witness to the Truth

By Stephanie To | Respect Life Apostolate, Archdiocese of St. Louis “She has one of her instruments and she just taps the heart and it starts beating. I’m sitting here and I’m looking at this fetus and its heart is beating and I don’t know what to think.” In these Read More

Fr. Samson: Do not think like the world does…

A homily by Rev. Charles Samson, 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Saint Ambrose Church “Do not comport yourselves as the Gentiles do…but rather, be renewed in the spirit of your mind.” …or, if we had to update Paul’s language to contemporary English, he might say: “Do not think like the Read More

Oh the Humanity…

The following is just my own version of the somewhat hackneyed phrase, “Oh the humanity!” that was uttered by American radio reporter, Herbert Morrison; overwhelmed at the sight of the Hindenburg exploding above his head. There is simply too much to try to process regarding the recent videos that have Read More