The last words a person says before dying are cherished by those who care for him or her. They are always remembered and reflect upon, since they reveal what that individual considered to be truly important. During someone’s final moments, the little time and energy left are dedicated to addressing what is most precious in […]
Author Archive: Roseanne T Sullivan
Roseanne T. Sullivan is a writer from the Boston area who currently lives in San Jose, CA. Sullivan studied art, journalism, fiction, and poetry writing while completing a B.A. in Studio Arts and English and an M.A. with creative writing emphasis at the University of Minnesota. She has a deep interest in sacred music, sacred art, and liturgy. Many of her writings and photographs have appeared in Homiletic and Pastoral Review, New Liturgical Movement, Dappled Things Deep Down Things Blog, Latin Mass Magazine, Regina Magazine, National Catholic Register, and other publications. Her own intermittently updated blog, Catholic Pundit Wannabe, is at http://catholicpunditwannabe.blogspot.com.
Every abortion is different, but the killing of a living child in its mother’s womb is never a trivial thing. The stories I’m going to tell you here are about women I’ve known personally who aborted one or more of their children. It’s time to state in public what abortion is really like from the […]
I was involved in an online discussion last week on Facebook and the points raised in the discussion illustrate many erroneous ideas many people, including some Catholics, have about abortion. I pray some of the counterarguments in the debate may be of help to you if you become engaged in an argument with people who make […]