Maggie Gallagher doesn't know when to stop.
In a wonderful way.
A syndicated columnist, Gallagher is a founder of the National Organization for Marriage as well as the Institute for Marriage and Public Policy. Most recently, she has been charged by San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone to expand and promote the work of the archdiocese's Benedict XVI Institute for Sacred Music and Divine Worship.
That group, with a mission of "opening the door of Beauty to God", provides practical resources for more beautiful and reverent liturgies while energizing a Catholic culture of the arts.
Today, on Family Matters, I'm privileged to chat with Maggie about a nationwide effort she's leading to pray for and send roses to US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a Catholic in Archbishop Cordileone's diocese. Pelosi is leading the charge to push through the Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021, legislation that would codify Roe v. Wade and significantly expand the practice of abortions in the United States.
Although it passed the House, the bill has yet to make it through the U.S. Senate.
I invite you to join us today on Family Matters.