Abortion

May 6, 2014

March for Life in Rome Draws Thousands

The annual event, begun four years ago, is already having an effect on the culture in Italy and beyond, its founder says.

May 1, 2014

NARAL, Google and Crisis-Pregnancy Centers

The abortion-rights organization’s claim that it successfully lobbied Google to pull ads for crisis-pregnancy centers draws skepticism, but pro-life groups must accommodate Google’s ‘abortion policy.’

April 23, 2014

Arizona Law Allows Unannounced Inspections at Abortion Centers

The new law removes special rules for abortion facilities that exempted them from the health-and-safety requirements imposed on other medical providers.

April 21, 2014

Nevada Republicans Drop Pro-Life, Traditional Marriage Stands From Party Platform

The state’s GOP chairman said dropping opposition to abortion and the redefinition of marriage is ‘where the party is going.’

April 16, 2014

Archbishop Aquila Leads Rally Against Colorado Abortion Bill

One thousand pro-lifers prayed April 15 outside the State Capitol against the bill, which would ban any state or local policies restricting abortion.

April 14, 2014

Archbishop Urges Prayer and Action Against Colo. Abortion Bill

Archbishop Aquila said, 'No action taken in defense of life is meaningless, particularly if it comes from a place of prayer and the Gospel.'

March 26, 2014

The Pope, the President and the Blind Spot

COMMENTARY: The solution to abortion is not to ‘agree to disagree.’

March 24, 2014

South Carolina Abortion Ban Could Protect Pain-Capable Unborn

The bill, which bans abortion at 20 weeks gestation, puts the Palmetto State closer to joining nine other states that have passed pain-capable abortion bans.

March 20, 2014

Arkansas Judge Strikes Down Heartbeat-Based Abortion Ban

U.S. district Judge Susan Webber Wright said the law was unconstitutional, on the grounds that only a doctor can determine whether or not an unborn child can live outside of its mother.

March 18, 2014

Register Radio: Legalized Abortion in Ireland and Bible-Based Movies

March 14, 2014

Women’s Freedom Isn’t Reliant on Contraception, Scholar Says

Helen Alvare told a gathering at The Catholic University of America that contraception promotes an ideology rather than authentic feminism.

February 19, 2014

Abby Johnson: Only Modern Pro-Life Women’s Centers Can Beat Planned Parenthood

The former abortion business director says that comprehensive pro-life women’s medical centers are the best way to drive Planned Parenthood out of business.

February 8, 2014

U.N. Committee to Vatican: Change Church Teaching

Catholic experts on how the U.N. operates say this week’s controversial report demonstrates the out-of-control radicalism of the committees that monitor United Nations treaties.

February 7, 2014

The New Rights at the U.N. Are Dead Wrong

COMMENTARY: The current stance of the Committee on the Rights of the Child reflects a worrisome shift in all the developed nations of the world — including the United States.

January 22, 2014

The Sleeping Giant of Pro-Life Latinos Awakens

Hispanics, whose communities are hard hit by abortion, are beginning to make their voices heard in a pro-life movement that has largely been English-speaking.

January 15, 2014

San Francisco Pro-Life Walk Includes Dynamic Speakers and Events

Eva Muntean, the Walk for Life West Coast’s co-founder, said the walk has been a labor of love these past 10 years, but this year will be very special.

January 14, 2014

‘USA Today’ to Obama: Leave the Little Sisters Alone

The daily newspaper’s editors call the administration’s effort ‘a political loser.’

January 13, 2014

Pope's 2014 Address to Diplomatic Corps - Full Text

December 19, 2013

‘Extreme’ Judicial Appointee Confirmed to Key Court Position

The confirmation of Judge Cornelia 'Nina' Pillard to the federal appellate court draws concern over her record on abortion and religious freedom.

December 10, 2013

Nelson Mandela’s Checkered Legacy

COMMENTARY: The late South African politician sadly leaves behind a mixed record that includes support for abortion rights and violence. In this personal reflection, Stratford Caldecott remembers the controversial figure.

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