Category Archives: Sanctity of Life

Jack Willke, witness for life

    First Things: Washington Hall at the University of Notre Dame was packed to the rafters. In a few minutes a physician and his wife would walk onstage and begin a presentation to hundreds of students and faculty about a new issue on the national scene. The topic was abortion and the year was 1972. The phrase “a storm is coming” has come into frequent use of late. But that was certainly the case more than four decades ago—a storm was indeed coming and few understood just how sweeping it would be.

  • Posted: 02/23/2015
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Stem cells from teeth may restore sight to the blind

Suicide legal games

Rescind Jahi death certificate request coming

ACLU sues to force Washington hospital to do abortions

Planned Parenthood study supports their profitable chemical abortion protocol

Why abortion is not a “reproductive right”

The Stanford PhD who’s devoted his career to saving the unborn

Three reasons why abortion should be banned

How to start a productive conversation on abortion

Infertility treatment with stem cells is unlikely

Website under deconstruction: “Reproductive Health Services of Montgomery”

Chicago Tribune publishes major story on abortion clinic that refuses to pay fine following woman’s death

Bloomberg channels protest of ‘grisly language’ in pro-life bills

Prenatal diagnosis of Down Syndrome: What would you choose?

Congress supports chaplain reprimanded for citing Bible in suicide prevention training session

At least 1,000 Californians would commit assisted suicide each year if it matched Oregon’s rate

Doctor-prescribed suicide: Devastating, dangerous

NPR host Diane Rehm emerges as key force in the right-to-die debate

Planned Parenthood appeals Bobby Jindal administration’s rejection of abortion services in New Orleans

Politics-govt Show me more numbers, says ObamaCare analyst

State says ‘Roe’ an error, asks Supremes to fix

Planned Parenthood pushes abortion on pregnant women 94% of the time

Kansas media complains about the cost of saving babies from abortion

Don’t be fooled: ‘Aid in Dying’ IS assisted suicide

New wave of health care lawsuits reaches high court

Judge reverses Planned Parenthood ruling

Texas lawmaker crafting bill to protect rights of unborn when mother is brain dead

Abortion advocates definitely do not like the word “dismemberment”

Why assisted suicide is the wrong choice for Christians

West Virginia State House passes ban on abortions after 20 weeks

Iowa Supreme Court to hear challenge to Iowa law banning webcam abortions next month

Has a woman aborted her baby because it’s a boy?

Men should have no say on abortion? Then why are 57% of abortion doctors men?

Group provides women free “abortion doulas” to take them to their abortions

Assisted suicide Bill rejected by Colorado lawmakers

Fewest Americans satisfied with abortion policies since 2001

New Gallup numbers an unmitigated disaster for pro-abortionists

Hospice, defend yourself!

Missouri’s only abortion clinic failed inspections twice

West Virginia committee passes ban on abortions after 20 weeks

Dad refuses to give up newborn son with Down syndrome

Right to Life denied peek at family planning documents

Lawsuit seeks to legalize doctor-assisted suicide for terminally ill patients in New York

States scramble to tighten vaccine laws

Texas boy in coma starts breathing after doctors insist he’s ‘brain dead’

Anxiety over Supreme Court’s latest dive into health care

The suffering brothers and sisters of aborted children

Vaccines and abortion? The links are cloudy and complicated

Vaccines and aborted human fetal tissue

    ERLC: The recent debates about whether Christians should vaccinate their children have once again raised questions about the use of vaccines that have been morally tainted by the use of cell cultures derived from aborted fetal tissue in the manufacturing of vaccines. This is such an important issue and we felt it warranted its own article to address some of the questions around the science and morality of the use of fetal tissue in vaccines.

  • Posted: 02/05/2015
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Colorado’s ‘death with dignity’ bill is a lie, bishop warns

Combating a culture of death

The death penalty is ‘cruel and unusual punishment,’ but you can starve patients to death

No, it’s not ‘childish’ to insist on a reporting requirement for late-term abortions

Good news: The next generation is pro-life on abortion

Among young Christians, moral discomfort with birth control grows

Thomas More Society wins defense of pro-life advocate’s free speech rights

That our children may be born

Pro-life groups call on House leadership to vote on late-term abortion ban

Pro-abortionists scramble to try to neutralize impact of the truth about dismemberment abortions

Medical quackery marks Planned Parenthood’s flawed “study”

Joining the other side: My two days as a pro-life activist at the March for Life

    Contributoria: For the last two years of reporting on the activities on abortion opponents, at some point during an interview the subject would inevitably ask me if I had ever attended the March for Life in Washington, DC. Part memorial, part celebration, the march has become an annual rite of passage for those who devote their energy, money and time to ending legal, safe abortion access in the US. What started in 1974 as a protest of the Supreme Court decision acknowledging a right to an abortion that no state could prohibit has evolved in the following four decades. Now it is a multi-day event that combines reunion, grassroots political organisation and a generational torch passing as the original pool of pro-life activists train those born after Roe and who will inherit the mission of bringing abortion to an end.

  • Posted: 02/02/2015
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Video: Did you see this pro-life Superbowl ad?

    Aleteia: This new ad by Pampers had 950,000 views on YouTube before it ran during the Superbowl. Babies are the focus here—born and unborn—and its message is that every first is significant, no matter how small it seems. The ad begins with a sonogram and goes on to show the many firsts between children and parents. It’s a heart-warmer, even if it is about diapers.

  • Posted: 02/02/2015
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What we don’t know just might kill you

Pain-capable abortion ban to be introduced in Ohio

With abortion, there are no do-overs

Court blocks San Antonio Planned Parenthood from opening massive new abortion clinic

The extinction of pro-life democrats in Congress

When fact checkers take sides

Ban on abortion after 20-weeks is Harry Reid’s “Worst Nightmare”

One abortion, two abortions: A study funded by Planned Parenthood supports Planned Parenthood

Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan changes abortion stance

GOP abortion bill: Politics wins, life loses

US: Bill restricting abortion passed, as pro-lifers march