To have kids or to not have kids?

Written by: Julie Stuckenschneider  I think it is safe to say everyone would agree we are living in challenging times. With all the violence, arguing, lock downs, closed schools, open borders and everything else going on we could easily say the world has gone mad. During these unprecedented times with what seems like no hope […]

Choosing Adoption

Written by Julie Stuckenschneider Each year there are roughly 1.3 million abortions. Only 4% of the women with unwanted pregnancies place their children through adoption. It is estimated that there are somewhere between 1-2 million couples wanting to adopt each year. So looking at these numbers one would think there are plenty of couples wanting […]

Men are vital to the pro-life movement

Written by Julie Stuckenschneider When thinking about the pro-life movement, how many think that it’s great a man is against abortion but still doesn’t quite deserve an opinion about it? After all, the mother of a child is the one who fosters a growing, developing child in her womb. A father is physically incapable of […]

Self-love or selfishness?

Written by: Julie Stuckenschneider  We live in a society focused on “self love”. We are told that to be successful we must focus on ourselves, do what makes us happy and put ourselves first. If we love ourselves enough then we will find true happiness and meaning in this world. We have become so entranced […]

An embryo, not a parasite

By María Belén Eyheramonho It even sounds really ridiculous and not worthy to compare a human embryo with a parasite. But since lately some ideological movements have call the embryo a “parasite” which lives at the expense of the woman’s body, let’s clarify the issue. What the science has to say? We all know that […]

The Color of God’s Skin

Written by: María Belén Eyheramonho Last weekend during our family movie time, we watched “The African Doctor”. This French film from 2016, based on a true story has very much to do with what’s been happening in America these days. It portrays the life of Seyolo Zantoko, an African medical doctor who had to deal […]