A Culture of Life

Caring for the Disabled: Respect Life Month Day 2

Caring for the disabled is truly living a culture of life and a civilisation of love. Being pro-life means protecting unborn children from death when their parents are faced with a pre-natal diagnosis of a disability or a life-limiting condition.…

Relationships and Sexuality Guidelines: What every concerned parent should know

New Relationships and Sexuality Education Guidelines which push the gender diversity and inclusivity narrative have been published by the Ministry of Education.  The guidelines are intended for teachers, leaders and Boards of Trustees of all State and State-Integrated schools. There…

Sexuality Education: 6 proactive tips for concerned parents

Sexuality education is an ever-present problem for concerned parents.  The growing tsunami of progressive sexual attitudes heightens the natural desire to protect our children’s innocence.  With so much happening, and very quickly, it can be difficult to know how to…

When Grandma is considered a burden: A Proverb

There was an old woman living with her son, daughter-in-law and grandson. Grandma came to be what the family considered a burden. She dropped dishes, spilled things, and couldn't help with the farming. One day the couple had had enough,…

Saint Gianna’s Home for Mothers and Babies opens in Auckland

Saint Gianna's Home for Mothers and Babies, serving pregnant mothers who face many difficulties, has opened in Auckland. The Home provides a safe and positive home for mothers who need urgent accommodation because of their particular situation.  Often, mothers will…

Prayer and witness outside abortion centres is a concrete way to restore a culture of life

“There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear.” 1 John 4:18 Participating in prayer and witness outside abortion centres can be an extremely uncomfortable experience.  After all, you are vulnerable and open to ridicule from people…

Saving lives applies only to some as violent abortion methods approved as ‘health care’

During the much-debated lockdown in response to Covid-19, surgery classified as “elective” was postponed so that resources would be available for the anticipated influx of patients in public hospitals. But not abortion. Abortion “care” (as the proponents of this lethal…