Important Question for Christians

What is the Most Important Question for Christians, Catholics and Society?

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        Most of the people who will read this are Christians and Catholics, but I do invite any others to follow along including non-Christians, our Jewish friends and even atheists. While I will start in a Christian context, much of what I have to offer will be secular and often simply logical. Continue reading

Nine Ways For Babies To Die In A Catholic Hospital

Rockford, Il – (ProLifeCorner.com) – 6-17-2014 – by Rockford Pro-Life Initiative – We have posted several articles involving the three abortionists on Staff at Catholic Franciscan Mayo Hospital La Crosse WI..

There are many ways in which one can (even unknowingly) participate in sin. The following is a list of nine ways any of us can participate in another’s sin. The situation of a Catholic hospital participating in abortion breaks all nine of these ways to sin. Continue reading

The United Church Of Christ Has Gone Insane

Rockford, Il – (ProLifeCorner.com) – 6-17-2014 – by Rockford Pro-Life Initiative – The United Church of Christ has supported the murder of babies in the womb by abortion since 1971.  Now in a bizarre twist this pro-abortion church has determined the most important thing it can do in the world today is come out in support of boycotting the Washington Redskins football team because the majority of the UCC’s wealthy and white members don’t like the name “Redskins.” Continue reading

The Blessed Trinity – Understanding by Analogy and Consequence

Prolifecorner.com-   “God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him might not perish, but might have eternal life.”

Newspapers in California carried a story not too long ago about a State Highway Patrol officer who received a call to rush to a nearby bridge. A distraught woman was about to jump off the bridge, more than four hundred feet above the floor of a deep gorge. The situation was more than the officer bargained for—the officer herself suffered from an extreme fear of heights. Even though it made no sense, in her own mind to approach the would-be jumper, the officer nevertheless, managed to put aside her own fears and calmly eased herself out onto the railing where the would-be jumper was perched. There, high above the rocky gorge, the two women talked for two hours, the officer offering her hope and assurance while quietly struggling with her own panic. Finally, the desperate woman agreed to come away from the railing and get help. Continue reading

A Good And Holy Rockford Pro-Lifer Passes Away

ProLifeCorner.com-  Rockford Il-  by Rockford Pro-Life Initiative-   Many of you remember Alfonz Sumichrast who spent countless hours standing on the sidewalk outside of Rockford’s abortion mill.   His life was filled with hardship including years in a Communist prison for refusing to give up his Christian faith.  But greater than the hardships was his love for God and neighbor and the joy he brought to all he met. Continue reading

Signs Of Hope At Bruce Rauner Protest

Rockford, Il – (ProLifeCorner.com) – 12-2014 – by Rockford Pro-Life Initiative - Two dozen pro-lifers showed up to protest Bruce Rauner’s support for abortion and Planned Parenthood at his fundraising visit to Rockford on Wednesday, June 11. Continue reading

Betrayal in Rockford?

Bruce Rauner the Illinois Republican Candidate for Governor is 100% pro-abortion.

Rockford, Il – (ProLifeCorner.com) – 6-8-2014 – by Rockford Pro-Life Initiative – We here in Rockford have a lot of experience with an abortion clinic that celebrated the killing of babies by abortion as a demonic victory over God.  Continue reading

La Crosse Has Its Own “Irish Orphanage”

La Crosse, WI – ProLifeCorner.com – 6-6-2014 – by Staff - At an orphanage run by the Bon Secours Sisters in Tuam, County Galway, a former septic tank was found filled with bones of infants who died of natural causes and possibly neglect.  County Galway death records showed that the children, mostly babies and toddlers, died often of sickness or disease in the orphanage during the 35 years it operated from 1926 to 1961. Continue reading