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Romantic Catholic

Wear your faith on your sleeve! Here are some new t-shirts from Romantic Catholic! They are really nice and good quality and what better way to spread what you believe! 

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Everything to me

This is a pro-life song by Mark Schultz.  After being asked in an interview what he would say to his birth mother if ever he met her, he wrote this song.

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If we had never sinned, we never could call Christ “Savior.”

-Fulton J. Sheen

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Beautiful heart necklace on Fashion bug

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January 15, 2009 02:45 PM EST

In one of his final actions in the White House, President Bush on Thursday declared Jan. 18 to be “National Sanctity of Human Life Day.”

“All human life is a gift from our creator that is sacred, unique and worthy of protection. On National Sanctity of Human Life Day, our country recognizes that each person, including every person waiting to be born, has a special place and purpose in this world,” reads the presidential proclamation.

“The most basic duty of government is to protect the life of the innocent. My administration has been committed to building a culture of life by vigorously promoting adoption and parental notification laws, opposing federal funding for abortions overseas, encouraging teen abstinence and funding crisis pregnancy programs,” the proclamation continues.

“The sanctity of life is written in the hearts of all men and women. On this day and throughout the year, we aspire to build a society in which every child is welcome in life and protected in law. We also encourage more of our fellow Americans to join our just and noble cause. History tells us that with a cause rooted in our deepest principles and appealing to the best instincts of our citizens, we will prevail.”

Bush is scheduled to deliver a farewell address Thursday night which White House counselor Ed Gillespie described during the morning briefing as “optimistic and future-oriented.”

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