Gregory Lobo is a Junior at Seton Hall University working toward his B.A. in History. He believes that history is a key to creating a passionate pro-life movement, due to the ugliness of the historical context of abortion advocacy.
He was recently chosen to be the historian of the pro-life club in his college campus, Pirates For Life. Besides using words and history to defend the right to life, he enjoys playing video games and watching and reading about sports, especially hockey.
Recently, I went to my uncle’s house to celebrate my cousin’s birthday. As typically happens in a family gathering, at least in my family, politics came up. The most recent
I had my Confirmation at the beginning of high school with the others in my class. At Conformation, many choose to take a Confirmation name, which is supposed to be
Last week, the news came out that convicted murderer, Robert Latimer, wrote a letter to the Canadian Federal Minister of Justice seeking a pardon or a new trial for the
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For my Christian Belief and Thought class last semester, we had to read a few books and then write essays about any point in the book. Our first book was
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Today, we celebrate the birth of the greatest country in the history of the world. We thank God and the brave men and women who fought and died so that
Last Saturday, Pope Francis criticized disability-selective abortion as similar to Nazi attempts to “purify the race.” “I say this with pain. In the last century the whole world was scandalized
On Saturday, I went to the beach with my family. While I had a wonderful time, that is not what this blog is about. When I was in the car
When, in April, I read about the disgusting revelations about Hans Asperger, who discovered autism, while I was somewhat disturbed reading about it, I was also very interested. For those