In Jesus name, I play.

Here is a story about an NBA player who is shining for Jesus.


These Nebraska nuns are saving souls and kittens, too

Sister Mary Lucy used to be a dog person.

Cats just weren’t her thing.

But then a stray cat befriended by the nuns from the Daughters of the Eternal Father, a community that teaches the Catholic faith, had six babies on their front porch.


Ten years later, they still have the three males from that litter, and they’re spoiled rotten.

“I keep telling them to go out and get a job so they can earn their way, but they don’t respond,” Sister Mary Lucy says.

Feral cats are a part of their neighborhood, and the nuns feed and name them. They plan to spay and neuter them, too.


But before that could happen, one of the females snuck through the pet door on the back porch on May 1 and gave birth to five more babies.

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In the midst of a playoff run, Cavs guard Kyle Korver has been trying to find balance after the death of his youngest brother Kirk.

Here is the story.

Dennis Prager Gives His Theory of Why We Have So Many Shootings

Listen to Dennis thoughts here.

Shooting at middle school ( pray for those shot and the shooter)


A male student in connection with the shooting at Noblesville West Middle School in Indiana was taken into custody on Friday, authorities said. 

Noblesville Police Department Chief Kevin Jowitt told reporters Friday that a male student was detained following the call of an active shooter the department received at 9:06 a.m. EST.

There were two people injured – a teacher and a juvenile student – Jowitt said. The victims were transported to the hospital and their families have been notified.

( Read more of this story here. )

Royal wedding message

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Today is about today !( A good post for young people,for all of us for that matter )

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Jockey Mike Smith riding for Jesus as he chases the Triple Crown

Here is the story.

BreakPoint: Trump to Cut Funds to Abortion Providers Title X and Why Politics Can’t Win the Battle for Life

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Last week, the Trump administration moved to cut funds to abortion providers. It was a great move, indeed. But we’ve got a lot more moves to make ourselves.

Last Friday, the White House announced a proposed regulation that would kill countless American women and force the rest to wear bright red dresses and white bonnets.

No—I’m just kidding. That’s how the administration’s move was described in a breathless hysteria by the pro-abortion crowd. What actually happened is that the administration issued a proposed rule concerning what’s known as Title X of the Public Health Service Act. Here’s a little history to understand it:

In 1970, Richard Nixon signed Title X into law. Its stated purpose was to provide low-income Americans with “acceptable and effective family planning methods and services” by providing grants to “public or nonprofit private entities.”

Section 1008 of the law clearly states “None of the funds appropriated under this title shall be used in programs where abortion is a method of family planning.”

In 1988, Ronald Reagan sought to close a big loophole in this law: While groups receiving Title X funds couldn’t perform abortions themselves, they could still refer women to non-recipients who would. In fact, there was nothing in the law as interpreted that prevented recipients from sharing facilities or even staff with abortion providers. So abortion providers could still receive those funds, in a sort of accounting trick.

So the Reagan administration banned Title X recipients from counseling and advising women about abortion or referring them to abortion providers. Although the regulation was challenged in court, it was eventually upheld by the Supreme Court in Rust v. Sullivan.

But by the time that dust was settled, Bill Clinton was president and so it never went into effect.

Which brings me back to last Friday’s announcement. The Trump administration’s proposed rule, unlike the Reagan-era proposal, doesn’t prohibit Title X recipients from counseling clients about the availability of abortion. But it does prohibit referrals to abortion providers.

So under the rule, a woman could be told that she might be “better off” having an abortion and why. But she can’t be told the abortionist’s name, phone number, and address, although she probably could be told how to Google it. Good, not great.

But far more important in this proposed rule is that it would end the charade of sharing staff and facilities with abortion providers while insisting that Title X money is only being used for family planning and health services.

In other words, “Clinics could continue to provide abortions only if they did so as a separate entity at a different location and with an entirely different staff.”

So if Planned parenthood wanted Title X funds and to still perform abortions, it would have to create a separate entity to do them. Shouldn’t be so hard, since, as Planned Parenthood claims, abortions make up only 3 percent of its services. Right?

As you might imagine, Planned Parenthood and its advocates are in a breathless panic. Even though, if Planned Parenthood decides to forfeit its Title X money, it would still keep 85 percent of the funds it receives already from the Federal government. And, women wouldn’t go without needed health services, since “‘non-abortion centers’ outnumber Planned Parenthood abortion centers ‘by more than 20 to 1 nationwide.’”

No women are being fitted for white bonnets, either real or figurative. The truth is, with this move, the Trump administration did what it could: it ended the egregious flaunting of Title X’s clear intent to not promote abortion. Which, frankly, is more than the Republican-led Congress has done so far.

Above all, it underscores that politics alone cannot accomplish the real goal of the pro-life movement, which is to make abortion not illegal, but unthinkable.

That remains a job for the rest of us.

Trump to Cut Funds to Abortion Providers: Title X and Why Politics Can’t Win the Battle for Life

As John concluded, it’s the church’s responsibility to “make abortion unthinkable.” So while we don’t depend on government regulations, we do join the pro-life community in applauding this clarification of Title X’s intent not to provide funds for the promotion of abortion. And we continue to pray that the evil of abortion will be ended in our life time.


Statement from the Press Secretary Regarding the Proposed Title X Family Planning Program Rule from the Department of Health and Human Services | May 18, 2018

Read the Law: Federal Tax Dollars May Subsidize Planned Parenthood Abortionists

John McCormack | Weekly Standard | April 12, 2011

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