Across the U.S., key victories for marriage, life, and religious freedom

Sorry NARAL, most Americans aren’t pro-abortion

Their post-abortion stories showed me how little I knew of God’s love

    Aleteia: I’ve been working on a project about healing after abortion and part of that has included listening to the stories of post-abortive women who have experienced God’s healing and forgiveness. Each woman’s story is unique and yet they all contain two common threads. First, each women suffered a long and difficult journey from the darkness of abortion into the light of reconciliation and peace. Second, the key component in all of their journeys was their eventual belief in God’s love for them despite their past conduct.


  • Posted: 08/27/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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Late-term abortion clinic will no longer do surgical abortions

Colorado judge tosses suit alleging Planned Parenthood used state funds to pay for abortions

Who will have to pay Obamacare’s individual mandate fine?

Denver rally to support federal Pain Capable act

Is the abortion argument changing?

Another surrogate-produced product returned

Is ‘The Giver’ the most pro-life film ever made?

The Obamacare gotcha: Some may owe the feds thousands

Pro-life laws are reducing the abortion rate

White House tries to reignite birth control wars

No ‘right to die’ at hands of doctors in New Mexico

California says two Catholic universities must pay for abortion

California: All health insurance must cover abortion

Pro-life pregnancy centers must release information for Baltimore judge

Anti-abortion groups want Sen. Mark Udall to support limits on late-term abortions

New HHS rules inadequate, ERLC & others say

Religious groups concerned about new HHS mandate regulations

ADF comment on HHS mandate ‘accommodation’

California requires insurance companies, faith-based employers to cover abortions

ADF to Calif. agency: You cannot force employers to cover abortions

Abortion foes threaten suit that may cut state’s federal funds

Calif. insurers required to cover elective abortions, DMHC says

Planned Parenthood: Judge dismisses lawsuit alleging state dollars used for abortions

Obama administration shifts abortion pill payment onto insurance companies

Push to make suicides easier will never stop

A deadly conflict of interest: Why euthanasia in Belgium is so out of control

The latest contraceptive mandate regs: Don’t be fooled

Abortion advocacy gets ugly

    Aleteia: The “pro-choice” slogan served the abortion industry well for decades, capped off with its adoption by NARAL in 2003, when it became NARAL Pro-Choice America, abandoning a commonality in its three earlier names, all of which included the “A” word. From that point, many of the NARAL ads and promotional pieces prominently featured American flags and the head of the statue of liberty (which is still in their logo). Really, what could be more American than having a dizzying array of choices? Just check out the cereal aisle.


  • Posted: 08/25/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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New campaign asks Pope Francis to declare Planned Parenthood an ‘enemy of the Church’

ADF to Calif. agency: You cannot force employers to cover abortions

New Obama birth control fixes for religious groups

The battle over the health law’s contraception mandate – timeline

Federal lawsuit filed against new La. abortion law

How the HHS Mandate is just like Groundhog Day

California forces Catholic universities to cover all abortion

Rules for birth-control mandate after ‘Hobby Lobby’

From pro-choice to pro-abortion

    First Things: For decades, the never-ending abortion debate has been summarized by the dueling sound bites of pro-choice and pro-life. Very slowly, but lately more steadily, the fundamental premise of pro-life advocacy—that abortion not only stills a beating heart, but takes a human life—has resonated with the American public. Indeed, the New York Times itself reports that “one of the most enduring labels of modern politics—pro choice—has fallen from favor” as a means of furthering abortion rights policies.


  • Posted: 08/22/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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Top 5 things you need to know about the new HHS regulations

The loss of a human life is a tragedy, not a gimmick

Planned Parenthood contractor cited by state for violations

After losing to Hobby Lobby, Obama admin pushes crippling fines for HHS mandate violators

New Obamacare contraceptive rule seeks way around conservative legal victories

ADF comment on HHS mandate ‘accommodation’

Ohio diocese discourages ALS ice bucket challenge

Pennsylvania diocese gets permanent injunction against ACA contraceptive mandate

Baltimore attempting to drag pro-life groups into court

Court forces Colorado to fund Planned Parenthood abortion biz that covered up rape

Richard Dawkins exposes the immorality of his atheism

Hundreds rally in Ireland after rape victim says denied abortion

Richard Dawkins: ‘immoral’ not to abort if fetus has Down’s syndrome

Late-term abortionist’s botched abortions could cost him his license

Ice Bucket Challenge donation sponsor ALSA funds embryonic stem cell research

Clinic worker: 16-year-old forced to have abortion at Planned Parenthood

After 30 years late-term abortion clinic stops surgical abortions killing babies

Richard Dawkins is a moral disaster

One doctor’s courageous but lonely battle to reduce maternal mortality

Iowa court upholds ban on ‘webcam’ abortions

My son has Down’s syndrome and I wouldn’t change a thing

Closed for good? Ohio judge orders notorious abortionist to shutter facility

Does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge fund embryonic stem cell research?

ObamaCare loses another point in religious freedom battle

Court drops lawsuit against Planned Parenthood, again

Professor who assaulted pro-lifers sentenced to three years probation and anger management

Pope makes strong, silent anti-abortion statement

Planned Parenthood clinics in Arizona and Colorado under investigation

Journey to Baby Gammy: How we justify a market in children

Assisted suicide in international spotlight: Swiss society numbers up, Australia suspends physician

Another win in standing against Obamacare mandate