Planned Parenthood Closes … ANOTHER Former Manager Speaks Out

Dallas, Texas (DFW Catholic) – On August 23, 2011, Planned Parenthood in Sherman closed its doors.  Four months earlier, former manager Ramona Trevino resigned her post at Planned Parenthood and is now speaking out about her pro-life conversion and resulting exodus from the organization responsible for...

Priests for Life calls for probe of La. Department of Health and Hospitals

STATEN ISLAND, NY, (MetroCatholic) -  Priests for Life has joined a Louisiana pro-life advocate in calling for an independent investigation of that state’s Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH). Baton Rouge resident Richard Mahoney has uncovered evidence that Delta Women’s Clinic in Baton...

Second Abortion Clinic Committed Illegal Dumping of Aborted Babies, Says Texas Authorities

AUSTIN, Texas, (MetroCatholic) — The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), has determined that a second Whole Women’s Health abortion clinic was illegally dumping the remains of aborted babies, this time at their clinic in Austin. Whole Women’s Health is being charged with...

The Fishermen

Today, I watched a little history. I got my popcorn ready and curled up on the sofa. And I turned the DVR to the Beautification of John Paul II. You thought I was going to talk about the royal wedding, didn’t you? Now, don’t get me wrong. I did watch the royal wedding. Kate’s dress was beautiful. And...

What Does Sainthood Mean in Times Like These?

ATLANTA, GA (MetroCatholic) -  Media coverage of the May 1 beatification of the Venerable Pope John Paul II is already generating headlines across the globe as the faithful and curious alike recount the profound and miraculous impact the beloved saint-to-be had on the world. Hundreds of media...

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