Here’s a website for checking if your Obamacare covers abortion

Gilbert schools postpone biology textbook debate

Pro-life family forced onto Obamacare wins battle to avoid paying for abortions

Groups push for openness on subsidized abortions

Conn. family won’t be forced to pay Obamacare elective abortion surcharge

ADF argues govt shouldn’t force Christian pharmacists to dispense abortion-inducing drugs

Don’t make human three-parent children

Free speech is so last century. Today’s students want the ‘right to be comfortable’

Three reasons a new Supreme Court Obamacare case matters to pro-lifers

Student pressure shuts down Oxford abortion debate

ADF: Govt shouldn’t force Christian pharmacists to dispense abortion-inducing drugs

ADF, LLDF question illegal abortion-related edict in California

Civil rights commissioner: Forcing Catholic colleges to fund abortion shows ‘contempt’ for religious liberty

Controversial plan to remove abortion from science book stalls

Obama admin won’t say which Obamacare plans fund abortions, this web site will

Oxford students shut down abortion debate. Free speech is under assault on campus

Five quotes from abortion providers that show abortion’s grisly reality

    National Right to Life: For those of us who are active in the pro-life movement, and who know what an unborn baby looks like even at the earliest stages, it is hard to believe that so many people do not know that abortions often leave behind recognizable body parts. People really are uninformed about fetal development, especially in the first trimester. For example, this past May, pro-lifers responded with incredulity when comedian Sarah Silverman called unborn babies “goo.”


  • Posted: 11/19/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.nationalrighttolifenews.org

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Irish Family Planning Association coached women on how to get illegal abortion pills

Want to stop abortions in Canada? Volunteer at a pregnancy center

Planet Fitness kicks man out of gym twice for wearing ‘offensive’ pro-life t-shirt

Sex ed controversies in Gilbert, Tempe an anomaly

Christian college goes to court tomorrow to free itself from abortion-pill mandate

3rd Circuit to hear Christian college’s case against abortion-pill mandate

California sets dangerous pro-choice trend

U.S. Civil Rights Commissioner points out threats to religious liberty in CA, DC

3rd Circuit to hear Christian college’s case against abortion-pill mandate

Pope Francis deplores ‘false compassion’ of abortion and euthanasia

    Catholic Voices Comment: There is no doubt that, in our time, due to scientific and technical advancements, the possibilities for physical healing have significantly increased; and yet, in some respects it seems the ability to “take care” of the person has decreased, especially when he is sick, frail and helpless. In fact, the achievements of science and of medicine can contribute to the improvement of human life to the extent that they are not distanced from the ethical root of these disciplines. For this reason, you Catholic doctors are committed to live your profession as a human and spiritual mission, as a real lay apostolate.


  • Posted: 11/18/2014
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: cvcomment.org

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Transhumanism’s utopian fantasy land

GM babies raise serious safety concerns, US expert warns

Sperm bank children are ‘social experimentation’

Brittany Maynard is dead, but her enablers seek more victims

Does abortion trump religious liberty?

Key abortion lawsuit judge recuses himself

US civil rights commissioner takes Calif., DC to task over bills that violate religious freedom

D.C.’s hopelessly illegal abortion mandate

Additional evidence that sex-selective abortions far more widespread than commonly thought

J.S. Mill and the pro-life cause

Pope urges doctors to witness to sanctity of life

“I got over the rape but I never got over my abortion”

Death with aesthetics

    First Things: We don’t speak plainly in public discourse anymore. Rather, we equivocate and deploy euphemisms to sanitize our debates. Take the passing of Brittany Maynard by her own hand, which the media has repeatedly characterized as an act of “dignity.” To be sure, Maynard died with human dignity—but not because she committed suicide. Human dignity is intrinsic. Indeed, to accept the premise of suicide as death with dignity says—or at least strongly implies—that patients who expire naturally die with indignity.


  • Posted: 11/14/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.firstthings.com

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Abortion-rights groups on 2014 elections: “Nothing to see here”

Who’s behind the program to sterilize Kenyan women without their consent?

Seven beloved famous people who were wildly pro-eugenics

Judge to hear abortion law case was once Planned Parenthood’s lawyer

Indiana Wesleyan, Taylor sue feds

Two KC area companies won’t have to comply with birth control mandate

Two more businesses win against HHS mandate

I’m worried my wife will say ‘you’re better off without me’

Planned Parenthood abortion referral clinic closes in Michigan: Didn’t get enough customers

New Jersey Assembly passes bill to legalize assisted suicide, Gov. Christie promises to veto

Supreme Court to decide if drivers can purchase ‘Choose Life’ license plates

Senate GOP elects pro-life Mitch McConnell leader, promises 5-month abortion ban

Latino voters in Texas abandoned Wendy Davis because of her abortion advocacy

Texas abortion restrictions on judicial roller coaster

New York court to rehear law targeting pregnancy care centers

Pastor: I’d go to jail before funding abortion

Pastor’s defiant response to California’s abortion mandate: ‘We will take this to the point of being jailed if necessary’

Should pro-life groups be forced to help destroy life?

Pro-life groups, doctors ask 5th Circuit to uphold Texas law against cut-and-run abortionists

Judge who decides if Planned Parenthood abortion biz must close is former board member

Pressured to abort, we wanted more tests. Our doctor said, “Only test you’ll get is an autopsy”

The girl with three biological parents

    BBC: Alana Saarinen loves playing golf and the piano, listening to music and hanging out with friends. In those respects, she’s like many teenagers around the world. Except she’s not, because every cell in Alana’s body isn’t like mine and yours – Alana is one of a few people in the world who have DNA from three people.


  • Posted: 11/12/2014
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.bbc.com

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Combining the DNA of three people raises ethical questions

Children’s rights, or rights to children?

Overwhelming number of MPs against sex-selective abortion

Maynard’s suicide ‘dangerous’ for America, says Christian apologist