Dublin’s Archbishop Diarmuid Martin has protested that a proposed change in Ireland’s ban on abortion could lead to the death of unborn children who are capable of independent survival outside the womb. But Prime Minister Enda Kenny has flatly denied the charge.
The IRS and the Obama administration are coming under fire for targeting conservative groups — but a new report indicates at least one pro-life group faced discrimination as well. The Internal Revenue Service has issued an apology to conservative groups that it targeted in the lead up to the 2012 presidential election. The move is seen by many conservatives as the Obama administration doing post-election damage control after infringing on the rights of citizens groups.
About 80,000 people made it to St. Peter's Square on Sunday. Tens of thousands of them were taking part in Italy's Pro-Life March. One of them was American Lila Rose, president of Live Action. The main goal is to outlaw abortion both in Italy and abroad. Organizers say to make that happen, they need to be outspoken, even if it makes some people uncomfortable. Watch this video for more.
The right to a dead baby. That’s not pretty. That’s not a euphemism. That’s not how we talk about abortion in the United States of America. But that is the reality of abortion in the United States of America.When a woman walks into an abortion facility, that’s what she expects from the doctor and that’s what the doctor is expected to provide.That’s what the Kermit Gosnell trial exposed.
Even though reality of abortion is a tragic, the worldwide pro-life movement is bringing hope. U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke participated in Italy's third annual March for Life in Rome on 12 May 2013. In this video, Cardinal Burke reflects on the impact of the pro-life movement worldwide.
Following his conviction for the murder of three babies born alive, abortionist Kermit Gosnell was sentenced Tuesday to two life sentences without parole for two of those murder charges. By agreeing not to appeal his conviction, Gosnell was able to avoid the death penalty for two of the convictions of first-degree murder. Visit this report from CNA to read more.
20,000 pro-lifers who had just finished the third annual Italian March for Life on Sunday 12 May were surprised to see Pope Francis coming toward them in the popemobile. The popemobile brought the Pope down the first block of Via della Conciliazione after he finished his first canonisation Mass and the weekly Regina Caeli prayer.
A Pennsylvania jury has convicted abortionist Kermit Gosnell on three counts of 1st-degree murder. Gosnell, who had performed late-term abortions under appalling unsanitary conditions in a Philadelphia clinic, was found not guilty on a 4th murder charge, but guilty of involuntary manslaughter and a host of other lesser charges.
The media has been abuzz lately with conversations about “emergency contraception.” The FDA has approved over-the-counter access to Plan B for 15-year-old girls. The Obama Administration has decided to appeal a federal district judge’s decision demanding that Plan B be available to minors (without a downward limit). And of course, there are currently at least 59 cases challenging the “HHS Mandate”—that portion of Obamacare that requires nearly all health insurance plans to cover, without co-pay, all drugs and devices labeled by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as “contraception,” including Plan B and ella.
With the media full of the horror of Kermit Gosnell’s Philadelphia abortion mill, we might forget how hard parents fight to make sure that their children survive. In this article, a Texas mother remembers how doctors struggled to save her premature twin daughters. This is her story...
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