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How to Talk to Your Teen about Suicide and Bullying

Jul 24, 2017
How to Talk to Your Teen about Suicide and Bullying

Today’s culture of death convinces vulnerable teens that a person’s value depends upon the clothes he wears, the music he listens to, or the friends he keeps. It’s no wonder that teen suicide is one of the five leading causes of death for teens. The euthanasia mentality is everywhere is our society. Movies like Me … read more

Why you should teach human development to your young children

Jul 20, 2017
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It’s hard to keep young children from being traumatized by the horrors of the abortion industry and the culture of death. But the reality is that, sooner or later, your kids will learn about abortion. Here are a few steps you can take to ensure that your children have a firm foundation in the culture … read more

Pro-Life Education in 15 Minutes a Day

Jul 18, 2017
Pro-Life Education in 15 Minutes a Day

We’ve all been there. You leave a conference super pumped about teaching Life Is Precious or one of our other lessons, but then all of a sudden it’s the end of the school year and you realize you haven’t had time to crack it open. You know that pro-life education is important for your kids … read more

Life Is Precious: What Parents and Teachers Are Saying

Jul 13, 2017
Life is Precious Curriculum

There has never been a stronger need for a fully pro-life educational program for students that not only teaches the beauty of the culture of life, but that is also faithful to Catholic Church teaching. Children at young ages need to learn about the miracle of preborn children and the amazing journey of a human … read more

Resources to Teach the Culture of Life

Jul 10, 2017
Free Resources to Teach the Culture of Life

In the pro-life movement today, we sometimes underestimate the power of education in building a culture of life. Students need a strong foundation to have the courage to stand up in public for their pro-life beliefs—whether among their peers, in a college classroom, or at the workplace. Among educational programs, the Culture of Life Studies … read more

Saving Charlie Gard

Jul 5, 2017
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Please sign and share this petition to save Charlie Gard, an 11-month-old baby with a genetic condition who has been sentenced to die at a London hospital.   It is hard for any parent to watch his child suffer, but no parent would sentence his child to death before God calls him home. Such is … read more

Celebrating Independence

Jul 3, 2017
Celebrating Independence (with Pinterest Board)

Building a culture of life is a daily goal. Here are some ways to celebrate America’s independence, culture-of-life style: Pro-life Independence Day party Are you marching in a local parade? (Do you have a cool pro-life T-shirt to wear?) Carry a pro-life sign to show you stand with moms and preborn babies. Write an extra … read more

Building a Culture of Life School Curriculum: Interview with Educator Rosemary Circo

Jun 29, 2017
Building a Culture of Life School Curriculum: Interview with Educator Rosemary Circo

As the Culture of Life Program coordinator for Saint Bruno Catholic School in Whittier, CA, Mrs. Rosemary Circo works with her school to include pro-life education, facing the challenges and successes that come with building a culture of life. Struggling in the school environment At Saint Bruno Catholic School, Circo wears many hats. She is … read more