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A New Chapter for CLSP

Sep 5, 2018

This is the most important message you have ever received from us. Please read it all the way through and share it widely! We promised you some big news and we are so excited to finally be able to share it with you. We hope you find our new announcement exciting too! Are you ready? … read more

All of These Things She Held in Her Heart: One Mother’s Story of Miscarriage

Aug 26, 2018
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We lost a little baby last month. Lucy Agnes. She was only five weeks and five days old, although I was 10 weeks pregnant. I don’t usually share when it comes to miscarriage. I think many of us don’t. But this time I feel compelled to do so. As we all have the common goal … read more

3 Ways We Can Respond to the Scandal in the Church

Aug 21, 2018
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Like many of you, we are reeling with emotion after learning about the sexual abuse scandal in Pennsylvania. These human beings sinned greatly, and, though they are members of the Church, they do not represent what the Church is meant to be, what the Church teaches, or what Christ stands for. This is an extremely … read more

How to Start This School Year Embracing the Culture of Life

Aug 4, 2018

A culture of life requires respect for the dignity of the human person in everyday life. At school or in the home, there are a myriad of ways to build a culture of life to rejuvenate your own community. Here is a list of things that you can do at the start of the school … read more

Celebrating Independence

Jun 27, 2018

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? This red one is especially patriotic. ) Carry a pro-life sign to show you stand with … read more

Beauty Comes from Within: What One Exceptional Musician Teaches Us about God’s Gift of Life

Jun 4, 2018

Opera fans and music lovers alike can appreciate the honey tones and moving dynamics of this German baritone’s voice as he sings “Song to the Evening Star” from Wagner’s Tannhauser.   Those who commented on this YouTube video used words like “sublime,” “magnificent,” and “flawless” to describe his rendition of this aria. Some of the … read more

You Don’t Stand Alone

May 29, 2018

Do you ever feel like you’re the only person in your social circle who believes in respecting every human person from creation until death? Are you afraid to speak up in your community, worried that your friends, family, and neighbors will think badly of you? It can be difficult to stand up for what you believe, particularly … read more

The Epidemic of Loneliness

May 21, 2018

When we think of the culture of death, we picture evils like abortion, contraception, and euthanasia. Rarely do we consider the consequences of the culture of death—the epidemic of loneliness. A recent study reported that just over 40 percent of Americans feel left out, isolated, or alone. With the declining birth rate and the increasing … read more