As we look at 2021 in the rearview mirror one image continues to stand out: the powerful perseverance of the prolife movement. With the Mississippi 15-week abortion ban before the Supreme Court and the Texas heartbeat law facing opposition from the federal government, we saw what the pro-life movement is made of. And the story isn’t over — 2022 will continue to see the shift in the abortion policy landscape. Lauretta Brown joins us with a perspective on where we’ve been and where we’re going. Then we have an Editors’ Corner reflecting on international and other national highlights of 2021 as we continue our year in review coverage.
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Happy New Year! At the start of 2022, take a moment to review the last year as we say goodbye to 2021. The Register’s Rome correspondent Edward Pentin joins us for a year in review of the Vatican, and EWTN News’ legal analyst Andrea Picciotti-Bayer gives us the highlights on the Religious Freedom front.
With a Democrat-controlled Congress and presidency, the pro-life movement will likely focus more on state level legislation even as abortion lobbyists continue their own push to codify Roe v. Wade.
USCIRF is a bipartisan federal commission that promotes religious freedom abroad and reports on religious persecution to the State Department.
St. Paul VI declared that after reaching the age of 80, a cardinal loses the right to elect the Roman Pontiff and, therefore, the right to take part in the conclave.
Biden, a Catholic, has previously pledged to codify the right to abortion into federal law.