PopCom is a Second Rate, Trying Hard Copycat -

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Welcoming the 100 Millionth Baby -

Friday, August 1, 2014

Frequently Asked Questions about the Philippine Population and its implications -

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Pointless Propaganda -

Monday, June 16, 2014

Were Moving to a New Home! New Home….Better Beginning. -

Tuesday, June 3, 2014


Friday, May 9, 2014

A Pro-Life Supreme Court’s Decision on RH -

Tuesday, April 15, 2014


Monday, April 14, 2014

The Bishop’s Move -

Tuesday, April 1, 2014


Tuesday, March 18, 2014

A Million PRAYERS..A Walk for LIFE.. -

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Michael Voris and His Conversion Story -

Friday, February 21, 2014

An Invitation on National Seminar / Workshop on Anti-human Trafficking & Modern Day Slavery -

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

PRO-LIFE MONTH 2014 SPECIAL EVENT:A Pro-life Conference Featuring Mr. Michael Voris & Atty. Marwil Llasos -

Tuesday, February 11, 2014


Tuesday, February 4, 2014

RH and Freedom of Expression -

Friday, January 31, 2014

Special Series of Michael Voris Talks: Forum on “Effective Pro-Life Plans and Strategies” -

Thursday, January 30, 2014


Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Pro-Life Groups Prayer Rally Against Conference of Death -

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

List of Pro-Life and Anti-Life Bills Filed in the 16th Congress -

Monday, January 20, 2014

Pope telephones woman who refused abortion: offers to baptize her baby


  BY PETER BAKLINSKI Fri Sep 06, 2013 11:54 ES ROME, September 6, 2013 ( – Anna Romano, 35, couldn’t believe her ears when she picked up the phone a few days ago. On the other end of the telephone was Pope Francis himself, who called to offer to baptize her baby after she refused to have an abortion. “I was just so surprised that he had telephoned me. He said that he had read my letter and he wanted to speak to me personally about it and reassure me that someone was worried about me,” Anna, hailing from Arezzo near…

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I Walked Away from One Man’s Promise of Prosperity – And Never Been Happier!


                            By Anthony James U. Perez Just before I wrote this I was browsing through the various viands at my favorite turo-turo near the Pro-Life office in Legarda. Hard to imagine that a few days ago I was casually dining at a posh Spanish restaurant, taking my pick among the different tapas, munching on croquetas and pollo and several other food items whose names I cannot remember. I was smug that I and my team of web developers, graphic designers, and writers will be working for a…

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Marriage Equality, Racial Equality, Gender Equality: What About Equality for the Unborn?


by Barry Garrett | Washington, DC | | 8/29/13 11:53 AM   Marriage equality. Racial equality. Gender equality. Everywhere there’s equality. It’s hard to go about even one day in life without hearing a story in which one member (or class) of our species is accusing another member (or class) of our species of unequal treatment. So allow me to throw my hat in the ring and argue for existential equality. By existential equality, I don’t mean to imply anything spiritual as the term seems to imply in a quick Google search. I simply mean to state my belief…

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16 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Life Before Birth


by Andrew Bair | Washington, DC | | 8/28/13 9:41 AM   We all began our journey from the moment we were conceived. Here’s some of the facts of life you may not know about your time in your mother’s womb.   1. At the moment of conception, you had a unique set of DNA that never previously existed in the history of the world. YOLO. 2. Your hair and eye color and facial features were also determined. 3. By 22 days after conception, your heart was already beating and for some, with a different blood type than their…

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Parents of Seven Children Reject Abortion to Have Baby With Trisomy 18


 Nancy Flanders | Washington, DC | | 8/4/13 7:12 PM Bernadette and Philip Smith were the proud parents of seven children – Philip Jr., Delores, Soma, Titus, Isaac, Israel, and Eden – when they were blessed to learn they would soon welcome an eighth child. But by the fourth month of the pregnancy, during a routine ultrasound, doctors learned there was a problem with the baby. The Smiths were told that their child had Trisomy 18, or Edward’s syndrome. “They told me that she was fatal,” explains Bernadette, “and that she wasn’t going to make it.” Trisomy 18 is considered…

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In case of doubt…choose life


A LAW EACH DAY (KEEPS TROUBLE  AWAY) By Jose C. Sison   (The Philippine Star) | Updated July 12, 2013 – 12:00am One of the most controversial legislations in the history of  our Congress is undoubtedly the Reproductive Health law. So far, this is the only law of foreign origin that was drafted and first introduced here more than 15 years ago by foreign groups and International organizations used by the US to advance its hidden agenda of controlling the population growth in developing countries because they threaten its economic and security interests (1974 Kissinger Report or the National Social Security Memorandum [NSSM] 200). The…

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resource library

011  LISTS OF BOOKS ON PERSONHOOD CODE TITLE AUTHOR/S PUBLISHER SYNOPSIS 011 – 1 Towards Becoming a Man For Others Ramon Tagle Jr. Communication Foundation for Asia, 1981 This book reflects the author’s own understanding of the individual and social dimension of his own existence as being-in-the-world and his own struggles with his own self to become or not only a Man-for-Himself, but a Man-for-Others as well. 011 – B Choosing Life John English Paulist Press, 1978 Is designed especially for directors of prolonged prayer experiences. Yet, it can also be used profitably by people who have had the experience…

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