Ted Cruz VS Cecile Richards and Her Chickens

At a New York campaign rally for pro-abortion Hillary Clinton, Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards stated “A women voting for Ted Cruz is like a chicken voting for Colonel Sanders.” Really?! Cecile Richards seems to neglect the fact that she makes over half a million dollars a year promoting baby killing and then selling their body parts. Think about it for a moment.  Colonel Sanders chopped up chickens and sold its parts. Planned Parenthood chops up babies and sells the body parts. Ted Cruz is pro-life and although he may eat chicken, he is against killing human babies and selling them…

Praying to End Abortion And Green Beer

Originally posted on Modern Catholic Woman:
This is one of my past posts, but I decided to repost for St. Patrick’s Day since that is when the story took place. Years ago I was asked to fill an open slot at a prayer vigil in front of a Planned Parenthood. I accepted the request and signed up for a slot that was mid-morning on March 19. The Planned Parenthood is located downtown and to get there I needed to take two trains. Due to the train transfer, I left home early to make the 9:00 a.m. train. By 9:30 I was…

No One Can be a Sincere Catholic And be Pro-Choice

For 43 years now, abortion has been legal in America. For 43 years now, Americans have been bombarded with abortion marketing to create the illusion that somehow killing an innocent human is not only justifiable, but a “right”. There are also some so called prominent Catholics in political positions feeding more misinformation, making it more confusing. It seems these politicians prefer money from the abortion lobby over God’s teaching on Life. Also, there are organizations with word Catholic in the their title, like Catholics for Choice (CFC), but are not affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church at ALL. They are…

The Year I Gave up TV for Lent

Giving up TV for Lent I never really thought anything would come from giving up TV for Lent. I was just trying to find something to give up that I really enjoyed and that I haven’t given up before. Although I didn’t realize it at that time, TV was a huge part of my life. In some cases, I can say that it ran my life or at least my after work life. This was before TiVo and streaming online. My schedule depended on if “my shows” were playing that evening and whether or not the shows were reruns. I…

The Last Letter of Kara Tippetts

I was extremely saddened by the passing of Kara Tippetts. Kara was a 38 year old, wife of a pastor and mother of four children. She was diagnosed two years ago with stage four, breast cancer. You may remember that Kara wrote an open letter to Brittany Maynard to try and convince Maynard to reconsider her assisted suicide decision. I had never met Kara Tippetts but she opened her heart and shared her journey with all of us via her blog, Mundane Faithfulness. She showed us an amazing example of true love, true courage, true beauty and what it means…

I’m Just a Clump of Cells

Physically, each of us is only just a clump of cells. This clump of cells starts at the moment of conception. Our cells change as we get older but each clump of cells contains our own DNA that makes each of us unique, wonderful and beautiful humans. I was thinking about this the other day. At this point in time, I’m a middle-aged clump of cells that has a few expanded fat cells, but I’m still a clump of cells. Since the moment of my conception until now, the only consistence within my body is the fact that no matter…

I’m Not a Human Resource, I’m a Human Being

I really don’t like the title “Human Resources.” Don’t get me wrong, I have many friends that work in the field of HR and they are wonderful, great people. I’m not talking about the people that work in the field or the field itself; I’m talking about the term  human resources. I would imagine that the name human resources came about because it was a department that was a resource for the employees. I understand this and it makes sense, but for years now the term has seemed to take on new meaning. This new meaning is not so much…