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By Carl Bunderson Topeka, Kan., Aug 1, 2022 / 14:16 pm Rosie the Riveter, apparently, doesn’t want Kansas voters to approve the Value Them Both amendment. Her iconic image representing American working women adorns a billboard along Interstate 435 in Kansas City, beside the words “VOTE NO” in large letters. …

by Edie Heipel Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jul 28, 2022 / 14:03 pm The Biden administration proposed a new rule this week that legal experts say, if finalized, would force hospitals and doctors to perform gender-transition surgeries and abortions. The rule proposed by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) revises …

  No matter where women are in their pregnancy journey, the staff and volunteers at Pregnancy Center East (PCE) have their doors open and are ready to help. For 40 years, PCE has provided services to women. In 2021, according to the organization’s executive director, Laura Curran, 2,600 services were …

Building healthy future generations begins with providing support for younger generations today. That’s according to Nikki Stefanow, Executive Director of Family and Youth Initiatives, based in New Carlisle. Since its inception as a crisis pregnancy hotline some 44 years ago, Family and Youth Initiatives (FYI) has added support for new …

She was 19 years old when she found out she was pregnant. Afraid of disappointing her parents, Sarah (name changed to protect identity) and her boyfriend decided to abort their child. “We were in quick and then the baby was gone,” she said, “and it was something I never talked …

At the count of three, the curtain slowly began to rise. As it rose, there on the other side was a gift for each of the 50 children standing by the curtain – and not just any gift, but something they’ve always dreamed of: beds to call their own. In partnership with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Morris Furniture provided local kids who don’t have beds with new ones during the third annual “Day to Dream” event on Aug. 29.
Sleep Tight: Society of St. Vincent De Paul Provides Beds to Thousands in the Community by Kary Ellen Barger Getting a good night’s sleep is essential for everyone — whether that is a child preparing for school or an adult facing a day’s responsibilities. No matter what a person’s “tomorrow” …

A commitment to serving parents before, during, and after pregnancy is one of the many ways Catholic Social Services of Miami Valley (CSSMV) makes a difference for families in the northern part of the archdiocese. Laura Roesch, the Chief Executive Officer of CSSMV, said around 1,750 individuals were served through …

ADAMS COUNTY St. Vincent de Paul- Adams County 603 E North St, West Union, OH 45693 Phone: (937) 544-0154 Batavia Salvation Army Batavia Corps (Clermont County) 87 N. Market St. Batavia, OH 45103 Phone: (937) 732-6241 Services: Emergency Assistance- food, utility, rental assistance Cincinnati Downtown OLD ST. MARY’S PREGNANCY CENTER …

by CNA Staff Denver Newsroom, Jun 8, 2022 / 05:48 am The bishops of Colorado on Tuesday issued an open letter asking Catholic lawmakers who recently voted for a new abortion law to refrain from receiving Holy Communion. The full text of the letter is below: Open Letter to Catholic Politicians and …

by Joe Bukuras Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jun 6, 2022 / 15:56 pm In response to a federal court decision affirming the constitutionality of Oklahoma’s death penalty protocol, Archbishop Paul Coakley of Oklahoma City on Monday called on state lawmakers to end the death penalty. “No matter the decision of the …