I’m an ordinary Australian mother, really.

I started to get actively involved in pro-life work a couple of years ago. But I guess I was doing pro-life work before that:  I raised thirteen biological children and helped out with my stepdaughter from time to time. We home-schooled for over twenty years. (If you’d like to learn about how I first became pro-life then click here.)

In 2015, we moved from Tasmania to Victoria, and I’m now studying a theology course at Melbourne’s Catholic Theological College, and hope to teach high-school one day.

I pray outside abortion centres when I can, and have been known to pray inside buffer-zones on occasion.

My Bishop even gave me a blessing before a group of us challenged the Tasmanian buffer-zone law.


How did I come to start a website?

I sometimes ask myself the same thing: I guess I’m just a mother who wanted to promote the culture of life from my home, and a pro-lifer who one day realised that if we want to end abortion, and all the ills that our sick death-culture promotes, then we need to become saints.

Sanctity needs be our priority.

This isn’t to say that we aren’t meant to be active in pro-life work - far from it: it’s an affront to God to think that all we have to do is pray; that is complacency. There is no sacrifice in that, unless someone is a cloistered contemplative, or house-bound through sickness or caught up in the early days of raising a young family.

But prayer should precede our actions, and we also need to be formed in the Faith in order to evangelise, judge legislation, interact with abortion advocates and co-operate with other pro-life people. This is because building the Culture of Life begins at home.

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With my friends Katherine, Jeannette and Abby in Ohio 2016.


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As St. John Paul II said of abortion:


It is difficult to imagine a more unjust situation, and it is very difficult to speak of obsession in a matter such as this, where we are dealing with a fundamental imperative of every good conscience – the defense of the right to life of an innocent and defenseless human being.


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  1. A fine and humble person, well on the way to Sainthood.

    I pray for you and your good efforts, Kathy, and ask you to pray for me.

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    • I suppose you could say that we’re ALL on the way to sainthood. Most of us won’t make it, and many won’t even try. But the potential is there for all of us. Thank you for your kind comments, and of course I will pray for you. X.

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