What’s a Canadian to do…

…while our neighbours to the south have their annual March for Life? Feeling a bit left out? For most of us, Washington DC is a bit too far to travel. Here are five ways to add some pro-life awesomeness to what would otherwise be a plain old January day. #5 – Be grateful that you’re Canadian and … Continue reading

It’s all about the presentation…

…or so they say. This token bit of wisdom applies to many aspects of life: job interviews, impressing loved ones with your cooking, and of course, trying to influence minds and hearts in a controversial moral debate. Why, then, does so much pro-life media seem full of cheese? No, not this kind of cheese. I’m thinking of something more … Continue reading

Can you be *too* human?

Can you be *too* human?

Over the Christmas holidays, I received a text message from someone who had, in her words, “the most god-awful, horrible day.” Kyra* had listened to older family members gossip about and berate a younger cousin. Michelle*, who was not in their presence or even aware of her relatives’ words, was reportedly engaging in risky behaviour that most of … Continue reading

What determines our value?

What determines our value?

I was having a conversation with a friend the other day about human value and abortion.   My friend said she understood that human beings inherently have value, but was unsure how those who didn’t believe in some sort of divine being could understand that value.  For a minute, I thought she had a good point, but … Continue reading

Faint Not

Faint Not

It’s finally Friday, so we’d like to provide you with a bit of inspiration as we head into the weekend. Advocating for the preborn – for human dignity in general – can be exhausting. We are not perfect or invincible, but we can’t give up. We hope you are encouraged by this song from Jenny … Continue reading

Should women be able to work while pregnant?

Should women be able to work while pregnant?

Last week, the American Supreme Court heard the case of former UPS driver Peggy Young. Young became pregnant in 2006 and requested responsibilities at work that did not involve heavy lifting. Rather than accommodating her needs , Young’s employers fired her. From a story by the Associated Press, posted at ABC affiliate WJLA: With some of … Continue reading