National Day of Prayer for the Aborted

Well, what a solemn day of prayer it was today in front of the Victorville, Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic, where around 25 people turned up to pray for the souls of the babies whose lives were ended at the hands of Abortionist. Day of Prayer1 Day of Prayer2 Day of Prayer3

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Through His Eyes..

Here is a short article about my time spent with a young man from Chicago with an intellectual Disability. After reading this, please go to the bottom of the page, click the link and help support our Kickstarter campaign. Thank You

By Daniel Hayes

Through His Eyes

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This is a story about a young man named Daniel Smrokoski, a young man with an intellectual disability. Founder of, Daniel has overcome many obstacles in his life. As a Special Olympics athlete and a Journalist, his desire to come to Los Angeles for the Special Olympics World Games was a trip of a lifetime for this young man from Chicago, and with limited resources, it was a trip that almost didn’t happen. Along came the Knights Of Columbus of the High Desert, and with their support, airfare and travel expenses were provided to help make Daniel’s dream a reality. Over the course of 7 days, Daniel was able to interview many athletes from all around the globe, as well as the people who put the Special Olympics World Games together.


He was able to meet his friend for the first time in person, Tim Shriver, as well as Tim Shriver Jr, with whom Daniel was able to get an exclusive interview. One of the major events that Daniel was able to cover as a Journalist with full press credentials, was the opening ceremonies that took place at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. What an amazing night it was, and honestly, from this writer’s point of view, a night of pure inspiration. Watching Daniel as he walked around at field level, interacting with all of the reporters and photographers from ESPN and other major networks, he was truly at home in his element.

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This story is one that I hope can help bridge the gap in how people without any disabilities see others with either an intellectual and or a physical disability and realize that everyone is

different in some way, but, despite these differences, we can all strive for our own dreams and aspirations, and help each other to achieve them. Daniel had an incredible time while out here in Los Angeles, but the real news is how much he inspired so many others. I encourage you to check out his website,, and maybe even subscribe to his podcast which he has been doing for over 7 years now, you won’t be disappointed. So in the meantime, here are a few photos of Daniel at work, and while you browse through them, remember Daniel’s Tagline : “ GIVING RESPECT AND VOICE TO PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS”

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Congress Must De-Fund Planned Parenthood Immediately

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Default Marriage has had its day at Court, but religious freedom could soon follow [CNA]

Washington D.C., Jun 27, 2015 / 06:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Friday’s Supreme Court ruling against the traditional understanding of marriage may pose huge obstacles to the free exercise of religion and conscience across the US, the nation’s bishops have said in response to the decision.

“The free exercise of religion means that we have a right not only to debate it openly in the public square, but to operate our ministries and to live our lives in accordance to the truth about marriage without violence, or being penalized, or losing our tax exemption, or losing our ability to serve the common good through our social services and through education,” Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore, chair of the U.S. bishops conference’s Ad Hoc Committee on Religious Liberty, told EWTN News Nightly June 26.

“The Church and its religious organizations serve millions of people with love and attention,” the archbishop said, adding that “it would be a shame to see that jeopardized. It would be a shame to see free exercise swallowed up in this decision.”

In a 5-4 decision on Friday, the Supreme Court ruled on Obergefell v. Hodges, deciding that states must grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and recognize same-sex marriages conducted in other states.

The ruling was granted under the Fourteenth Amendment, which protects the rights of all citizens to “life, liberty, or property” under due process, and guarantees them equal protection of the laws in the states.

In this case, the Court ruled that the state laws defining marriage as between one man and one woman deprived same-sex couples of their right to legally marry.

The ruling overturned a November decision by the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals that upheld traditional marriage laws in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Same-sex marriage is now legal in all fifty states. States must also recognize one another’s marriage licenses regardless of the partners’ sexes.

Military chaplains will be protected by the First Amendment, Archbishop Timothy Broglio of the Archdiocese for the Military Services told CNA.

“In general, chaplains enjoy the First Amendment rights that all of us enjoy. And so they are forbidden to do anything that their endorser – or in this case, for Catholic priests, that would be me – forbids them to do, and they must the ability to do the things that the endorser requires of them. So at least on the legal level, they are protected.”

What is less clear is the other consequences the decision brings upon the military archdiocese, Archbishop Broglio said, conceding that problems previously unseen will now manifest themselves.

Though it is also unclear how the ruling will specifically affect Catholic individuals, families, businesses, and ministries, it is clearly far-reaching, Archbishop Lori said. It will affect a myriad of marriage laws and regulations at the state and local levels.

“Today’s ruling does not just affect one law, but in fact hundreds if not thousands of federal, state, and local laws and regulations that implicate marriage, spouses, and so forth,” he said. People of faith who believe in the traditional understanding of marriage “ may very well see a difficult road ahead.”

Anthony Picarello, general counsel for the U.S. bishops conference, addressed some specific areas where controversies might arise, such as tax exemptions, employee benefits, employment, and school accreditation.

“We’ve seen already many of these disputes emerge in states that have already recognized same-sex marriage. We’ve seen them in states that have aggressive sexual orientation, gender identity, and anti-discrimination laws,” he commented.

There will likely be social consequences for supporters of the traditional understanding of marriage, Picarello added.

The Supreme Court’s decision “makes a nod in the direction of religious liberty but not enough of one,” Archbishop Lori said.

While it grants the right of religions to teach and advocate about marriage, the majority opinion says nothing of the free exercise of religion that is central to the First Amendment – and this is extremely problematic, the archbishop explained.

The free exercise of religion means the ability for people to live their religious beliefs while “interacting with the broader society,” Archbishop Lori continued. For the majority of the court to omit this in its discussion of religious freedom could “give rise to a lot of legal controversies,” he warned.

Catholics must vigorously defend this right of free exercise, while respecting the beliefs of opponents, he added.

“To put a label on people as a way of closing off the debate, or as a way of vilifying those who disagree, really runs counter to what the First Amendment intends,” Archbishop Lori said.

“As believers, we should be prepared, whatever the cost is, to bear witness to our faith. To do it lovingly, but also to do it truthfully and to do it persistently.”

Catholics should take heart that this is not the first time they have faced the prospect of persecution in the U.S., Archbishop Broglio added.

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