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By Gail Finke Ohio Congressman Brad Wenstrup is one of two legislators who introduced resolutions to overturn a new bill legalizing “assisted suicide” in the District of Columbus. Rep. Wenstrup, a surgeon from Cincinnati, and Oklahoma Senator James Lankford each introduced a companion resolution last week that would block a

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Surrounding the Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children*, the overarching intention of the centerpiece novena is the end to abortion. However, the novena also highlights many other facets of respecting each other’s God-given dignity, especially by respecting human life at every stage and in every circumstance.

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Long-time March for Life participants are looking to this year’s national event with hope and expectation. While both Republicans and Democrats have occupied the White House in the 44 years since Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, no candidate for president has ever promised to do more to restrict

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By Gail Finke St Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson issued a statement Monday vigorously opposing a proposal by two city alderman to make St. Louis a “sanctuary city for abortion.” In December, the two aldermen were the lead sponsors of a bill that would and add “pregnancy and reproductive health decisions”

A man holds a Rosary during the 10th Annual Cincinnati Rosary Crusade on Fountain Square Saturday, October 8, 2016. (CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard)
By Gail Deibler Finke Whether you’re looking for an at-home event to attend in solidarity with the March for Life in Washington, D.C., or you want to become a more active witness for the dignity of life throughout the year, Greater Cincinnati offers many ongoing seasonal, and one-time pro-life events

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  December 23, 2016 (Cincinnati, OH): During the slate of legislative activity the past few weeks during lame duck session, the Ohio House and Senate added class 3 felony penalties to existing sanctions against assisted suicide in Ohio, signed into law by Governor Kasich. These human life protections were in

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  Holy Name Church in Mt. Auburn was full of pro-life students and their families on Halloween weekend for the latest Life’s 5th Quarter youth-focused Mass and rosary procession to Planned Parenthood. The church hosts two different pro-life groups, Helpers of God’s Precious Infants and Mary’s Mantle, who hold the

Bob Centrulo in 2012, at the Planned Parenthood facility in Western Hills. The business refers women to the Mt. Auburn building for abortions. (Courtesy Photo)
Pro-life pioneer Robet C.Cetrulo passed away October 27 at the age of 81, after a long illness. A lifelong resident of Northern Kentucky, Cetrulo was born February 13, 1935. He graduated from St. Xavier High School and Xavier University in Cincinnati, and received his law degree from the University of

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by Gail Finke Right to Life of Greater Cincinnati gave its Life Award to Joe Brinck II, who normally tries to stay behind the scenes, at its banquet this month. “I tried to keep it low-key!” Executive Director Paula Westwood said after introducing Jerry Horn, legal counsel for Priests for

Rachel Statue Gate of Heaven Cemetery (D Tinsman Photo)
By Douglas Tinsman Gate of Heaven Cemetery honored the children who have been lost to abortion by celebrating a service on Sept. 10, the National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children. The Most Reverend Bishop Joseph Binzer, lead the service, which was held at the Rachel Mourns Her Children statue.