Culture of Life

February 8, 1998

Chastity After the Sexual Revolution

Against the odds, abstinence-only sex education programs struggle to gain a stronger foothold in the culture

February 8, 1998

The Gospel of Life

February 8, 1998

‘They Were Born Within My Heart’

What made a suburban Connecticut couple adopt five Hungarian brothers and sisters?

February 8, 1998

A Shelter from the Streets

Since the late 1960s, Covenant House has been a haven for teens seeking refuge

January 18, 1998

Early Church Teachings Against Abortion

FACTS of life

January 18, 1998

Healing from the Pain of Abortion

Project Rachel helps women find forgiveness and leave despair behind

January 18, 1998

Beyond the Smoke Screen Of ‘Choice’

A quarter of a century after Roe v. Wade, many pro-lifers remain oblivious to their real adversary

January 11, 1998

The Bottom Line: Managed Care’s Unhealthy Preoccupation

The Moscati Institute wants patients--not business--to be medicine's top priority

January 11, 1998

A Haunting Future Foretold

When Roe v. Wade was handed down a quarter of a century ago, pro-lifers predicted our current struggle against euthanasia and partial-birth abortion

January 4, 1998

One Woman’s Convictions of Steel

January 4, 1998

Ecumenism Takes Root in the Trenches

December 14, 1997

A Bold Voice for Motherhood

Harvard-educated Mary Suarez Hamm, mother of eleven, tells the U.N. about 'authentic womanhood'

December 14, 1997

Fetal Reduction: Good Medicine or Atrocity?

A procedure for the age of multiple pregnancies gains acceptance and contributes to the mentality that 'inconvenient lives are disposable'

December 7, 1997

‘You Are Not Really Gay’

Dr. Joseph Nicolosi challenges the notion that homosexuality is genetic-and has the results to prove it

November 30, 1997

Inside the Mind of an Abortion Provider

A New York City conference offers a glance at the thinking-or lack thereof- of doctors and nurses formerly involved in the practice

November 30, 1997

In Death, a Teenager Looks Beyond Her Own Suffering

As she lay dying after a tragic hiking accident, Angela Baird's ability to draw on her faith left a lasting impression on those around her

November 23, 1997

Canada’s Law of the Land: Unborn Children Are Non-Persons

A recent Supreme Court ruling solidifies the country's ultra-permissive abortion-on-demand policy

November 23, 1997

‘Science Without Conscience’

November 23, 1997

Made in a Brave New World

The strange case of two-year-old Jaycee Buzzanca shows how complicated things can get when human life is treated as a product

November 16, 1997

‘What I Saw that Day Shouldn’t Be Allowed in this Country’

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