Results from Tag: 'down syndrome'
Bishop Egan of Portsmouth urged Catholics earlier this month to resist the “fundamentally detestable” efforts to liberalize the island's abortion law.
The vibrant tributes that the widow of Servant of God Jérôme Lejeune has received from the Catholic community worldwide, since her May 6 death, attest to the impact of her decades of work in defense of life.
Most children diagnosed with Down syndrome are killed in the womb — but at schools like Virginia’s Holy Family Academy, they “show others the face of Christ and bring out the best in all of us.”
“People think that someone with Down can’t do things. I want to prove them wrong.”
The Little Sisters Disciples of the Lamb are receiving attention, and support, from the U.S. after Vatican News published their story.
How positive people make a difference.
A research fund set up to honor Thomas S. Vander Woude commemorates the heroic sacrifice he made in 2008.
Supporters say the law helps prevent discriminatory eugenics practices, especially against children with Down syndrome.