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‘I Lived on Parker Avenue’ documentary can save lives

What should you do if you are pregnant and afraid? You are not alone! Follow David Scotton as he journeys to find why his life didn’t end as a tragic statistic. In America, there is plenty of help for parents with babies on the way, and babies already born. For starters, the beautiful, free documentary I Lived […]

Mixed emotions on the movie ‘Les Misérables’

Published and argued at CatholicLane Thanks to a friend and diehard “Les Miserables” fan, I saw the movie musical but have mixed emotions about it. Hugh Jackman is a fine Jean Valjean, but the Victor Hugo story is highly misleading on the French Revolutionaries; the musical by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg, with lyrics by […]

Ken: A voice for the voiceless

Wow. On August 21, a man named Ken called the Chris Plante radio program to be a voice for the voiceless. After all, Ken’s mother was raped at age 15, he was conceived and he’s grateful his mom arranged for him to be adopted through Catholic Charities. Very moving. Please listen… See the compelling stories […]

Inspiring Chinese rubbish collector who saved and raised 30 babies

God bless this saintly woman, widow and mother. Please pray for her because she’s suffering kidney failure – a painful disease – and she may very well be meeting the Lord of Life soon. Thanks to the Daily Mail for sharing her story… The truly inspiring story of the Chinese rubbish collector who saved and […]

Movie makers defy ‘Don’t touch this story’ warnings

WND EXCLUSIVE Published March 22, 2012 By Anita Crane When Jon and Andrew Erwin worked as cameramen for ESPN, made TV commercials, music videos and then a TV pilot, these brothers from Birmingham, Ala., had no designs for making a feature film about an abortion survivor. But tomorrow, March 23, their first feature film, “October […]

Disabled orphan Emmanuel inspires X Factor judges

17-year-old Emmanuel Kelly, born in Iraq and found in a shoebox with his brother, is quite inspiring. I wish he chose a better song than John Lennon’s “Imagine,” but get your tissues anyway – because this is all about love. Emmanuel says he was found by nuns, so I suppose they were Catholic nuns. Thank […]

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