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Title: Pro-Life News Policies -- Good News
Post by: Shin on January 24, 2010, 06:46:46 AM
News sources for pro-life news either tend to permit a few paragraphs, or in the case of press releases entire articles.

Most of the news thrives on being simply not good news.. for various reasons.

The pro-life news too, naturally, tends to be what is not so good, but instead about matters that we need to do something about (more on this later).

I'm going to make it a policy here that if you post news on the Pro-Life movement, or any news at all, and anyone may and is encouraged to :D, that you try to post not only troublesome news, but you also regularly post good news articles, and aim for if possible a balance or even in favor of good news.

Do your best! It can be a little more difficult to hunt down 'good news' articles, but the benefits will last, you will soon see.  ;D

Please also note, all health news and information is to your own responsibility if you choose to make use of it, please consult your doctor.


Title: Re: Pro-Life News Policies -- Good News
Post by: Brigid on January 24, 2010, 04:00:56 PM
This is a wonderful policy!


Title: Re: Pro-Life News Policies -- Good News
Post by: AutumnRose on April 07, 2010, 07:15:41 AM
Good news today! :D  
The British Govnt. has been forced to scrap it's *** education component of the Children, Schools and Families Bill, which would have entailed explicit *** ed. to children from the age of 5 onwards, and forced Catholic schools to teach about abortion.
You can read more here on John Smeaton's Blog

[moderator edit: for link/word]


Title: Re: Pro-Life News Policies -- Good News
Post by: Brigid on April 07, 2010, 02:18:57 PM
That is so good, Autumn Rose.


Title: Re: Pro-Life News Policies -- Good News
Post by: Shin on April 07, 2010, 03:22:09 PM
It's wonderful when we have victories to celebrate!  :D


Title: Re: Pro-Life News Policies -- Good News
Post by: martin on May 27, 2010, 07:10:51 AM
Its getting more noticible that the enimies of morality or finding it increasingly difficult to get it all their own way.
The good work of those who never get a voice on the media is having an unstopable effect.  :cheers:


Title: Re: Pro-Life News Policies -- Good News
Post by: Shin on May 27, 2010, 07:16:11 AM
Its getting more noticible that the enimies of morality or finding it increasingly difficult to get it all their own way.
The good work of those who never get a voice on the media is having an unstopable effect.  :cheers:

Amen! :D  :cheers:

Good morning Martin!  :D


Title: Re: Pro-Life News Policies -- Good News
Post by: martin on May 27, 2010, 08:44:48 AM
Its getting more noticible that the enimies of morality or finding it increasingly difficult to get it all their own way.
The good work of those who never get a voice on the media is having an unstopable effect.  :cheers:

Amen! :D  :cheers:

Good morning Martin!  :D

Good morning Shin and all on the forum. (it's well into afternoon here)
I just found the link you left to Saints Books. This is a marvelous site Shin. God Bless you for this great work it's truly inspired. I'm like a kid in a candy store so don't be suprised if I ain;t around for a while :tinyangel:   :thumbsup:


Title: Re: Pro-Life News Policies -- Good News
Post by: Shin on May 27, 2010, 01:04:21 PM
Have a good time Martin! I marked some Editor's picks there, ones that influenced me the most and I don't want people to miss, though all of them are tremendous good stuff.

It's going to grow in the coming weeks God willing! There's a great deal more to add to it!

One of our volunteers finished a Fr. Paul O'Sullivan work recently, which I am wanting to put up soonest. :) Great author Fr. O'Sullivan.



Title: Re: Pro-Life News Policies -- Good News
Post by: Plain Catholic on August 25, 2010, 07:03:01 AM
Its getting more noticible that the enimies of morality or finding it increasingly difficult to get it all their own way.
The good work of those who never get a voice on the media is having an unstopable effect.  :cheers:

Amen, I do agree. Prayer and sacrifice does and will make a difference.

I agree about the policy here too. I generally do not post news stories at all, for one they are too long for the most part. For another, they usually follow the maxim of the press, "If it bleeds, it leads", meaning bad news gets the major headlines.

Being a group of edification and encouragement is what makes this forum an oasis in a blistering desert of internet sarcasm, bitterness, hatred, and viciousness. Good on you, Shin.