Democrats and Republicans strategize on the abortion issue following the unprecedented leaked SCOTUS draft opinion overturning the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationally in 1973.
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The former spokeswoman for the U.S. bishops on pro-life issues died of breast cancer Easter Thursday.
In the wake of last month’s recovery of the remains of 115 aborted babies outside of his abortion facility, pro-life advocates continue to demand an investigation into possible criminal violations related to how the babies were killed.
‘Pray for Dobbs’: Bishops, Faith Leaders Emphasize the Importance of Prayer and Fasting for the End of Roe in Ongoing Campaign
‘It’s really important for we Catholics to pray more,’ Archbishop Joseph Naumann told the Register, with respect to the outcome of the pending Dobbs decision that might overturn the U.S. framework for legal abortion.
New CUA President Peter Kilpatrick Discusses His Conversion, Catholic Identity and Engineering Through the Lens of Faith
The 16th president of The Catholic University of America discusses his faith and what makes a university Catholic.
‘Love Is Inventive to Infinity’: How the Daughters of Charity Have Adapted to Aid Mothers and Their Children at St. Ann’s Center
The center is meant to feel like a community, says CEO Sister Mary Bader.
Dodging questions about abortion and the definition of woman, Jackson responded, ‘I’m not a biologist.’
Pro-lifers sound the alarm over the dangers of such abortions — and the need to inform mothers about abortion-pill reversal.
The Supreme Court nominee's record raises questions about her stance on abortion and her judicial philosophy.
A recent study out of the University of Pittsburgh has highlighted the ongoing questions regarding the harvesting of fetal tissues for medical research.