Columnists
Rebecca Frech

Setting the Example

There’s a young couple at church that we like hanging out with.  They’re in their twenties and just starting out, but so smart and fun

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Columnists
Rebecca Frech

A Day Without Him

One of the few memories I have of both of my grandfathers is of their reverence for the Blessed Sacrament.  When we would drive past

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A Christmas Wish

When I was a girl, Santa Claus always came while we were at Midnight Mass. It was one of my favorite traditions. We would get

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Bioethics
Rebecca Frech

Come Over Here and SayThat to My Face

Rape, incest, and mother’s life…oh, and abused children. Better aborted than abused. How many times have we heard these “acceptable” exceptions to an outright ban

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Columnists
Rebecca Frech

The Borrowed Baby

  ***Warning:This is a Crying Post, Grab Your Kleenex*** Three years ago, we lost our Bernadette half-way through pregnancy to a knot in her cord.

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The Failure Rate

I have been told more times than I can count that if I were truly against abortion I would have to be pro-contraception. “Contraception prevents unwanted pregnancies,” the argument goes, “so putting women on reliable birth control would cut down on unwanted pregnancies and there would be fewer abortions.”

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Happiness Walking Around

C. was our gift of joy out of pain.  I was pregnant with him a mere six weeks after the still birth of his sister. 

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Columnists
Rebecca Frech

Who I’m Meant To Be

It was just the other day, during a phone conversation with my 90 year old grandmother, when she asked, “Who are you?” I paused for

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Purgatory Parades

“Offer it up” is the mantra of  my children’s childhood.  Don’t want to clean your room?  Hate the broccoli? “Offer it up.  Work on your

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