I have a few items of interest for you on this beautiful Friday morning – the second day of the Fortnight for Freedom.
Speaking of, here’s the link to a “virtual vigil” for religious freedom, hosted by Catholic Advocate, a non-partisan lay Catholic group that encourages the faithful to be politically active in a way that is consistent with Church teaching, I can see how this would be helpful to the home bound, chronically ill, and those with erratic work schedules. http://fortnight.catholicadvocate.com./
A recent Gallup Poll shows that confidence in America’s public school system is at an all-time low: http://www.gallup.com/poll/155258/Confidence-Public-Schools-New-Low.aspx
Here’s a bitter-sweet LifeSiteNews article about the devastating effects experienced by children of anonymous sperm donors. The upside, is that there’s an initiative to help them, thanks to the gutsiness of courageous young woman named Alana. http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/get-over-it-children-of-anonymous-sperm-donors-met-with-hostility-ridicule
Here’s an amazing, inspiring story from Catholic News Agency about a young Italian mother who gave her life to save her child. I’ll bet it brings tears to your eyes as it did mine… http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/emotional-goodbye-for-young-italian-mother-who-died-for-unborn-child/
Finally, I have only two words to say about the findings in the LifeSiteNews article linked below: Ya think?