Pro-lifers are raising significant safety concerns about abortion pills — including in a key lawsuit being heard by a Texas judge — as abortion advocates push to make them widely available everywhere in the nation.
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Exiled Nicaraguan Felix Maradiaga: Catholic Church Is the ‘Voice of the People’ for Human Rights Amid the ‘Diabolic’ Ortega Regime
One of the 222 Nicaraguan political prisoners recently exiled to the U.S. speaks out about the regime’s persecution and how, in prison, ‘I had Jesus with me.’
According to ACI Prensa, those released included seven clergy and laity recently sentenced to a decade in prison.
Human-Rights Advocates Urge Companies: Cut Ties to Products Made by Prisoners of Conscience in China
Speakers at the 2023 International Religious Freedom Summit detailed how some profit from egregious human-rights violations.
The 2023 gathering shifted focus to state laws, empowering women, and continued outreach on the federal level.
Amid Biden’s Abortion Push, Pro-Lifers in New Congress Face Challenge of Defending Life in a Post-Roe Climate
Speaking with the Register, the House and Senate pro-life caucus chairs discuss how they are seeking to advance the pro-life cause in 2023’s changed political and legal context.
YEAR IN REVIEW: The most significant news event in 2022 was 50 years in the making.
Critics predict the measure, passed today by Congress, will be weaponized against groups that hold traditional views on marriage.
‘So much attention is given to the ceremony rather than to the vocation,’ Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco says, in discussing the need for accompanying couples embarking on the vocation of marriage.
Bishop Michael Burbidge discusses pro-life efforts in the wake of Dobbs, as he takes over leadership of the U.S. bishops’ pro-life committee.