After vision of Christ, Nigerian bishop says rosary will bring down Boko Haram. This story is getting a lot of traction on social media.
Lily Tomlin stars in pro-abortion comedy.
In Grandma, the Lily Tomlin movie that debuted at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and is currently screening at Tribeca, Sage (Julia Garner) is an 18-year-old who's 10 weeks pregnant and decides to have an abortion. It's a heavy choice she doubts, and sure enough, on her way into the clinic with her feisty grandmother Elle (Lily Tomlin) they're faced with mother-and-daughter protesters.
Your baby has fingernails, one of them pleads, just like Su-Chin. "Not until 22 weeks," Elle spits back. Then the daughter protester punches Elle in the face. It's a long story — and a funny one.
Ha.Ha.Ha. Because that happens all the time.
And PS: Medline Plus at the NIH says fingernails begin to appear around 11-14 weeks.
“What a horrible mother:” How a call from a “good samaritan” derailed these mothers’ lives.
I often wonder why feminists don't express more criticism of Child Protection. If there's any government body unfairly criminalizing women, it's surely CPS.
Women entering religious life in England and Wales at 25-year high.
A wopping 45 women entered the religious life. We're supposed to applaud? Sometimes I think Catholics get too easily excited.