New life, new hope for youngster in coma

Embryos with three parents? The risks are yet to come, critics warn

Anxiety over Supreme Court’s latest dive into health care

President Obama, words, deeds, and religion in America

The suffering brothers and sisters of aborted children

UK Parliament okays ‘three-parent babies.’ Is US next?

Judge rules mother of six who has learning disabilities can be forcibly sterilized

Vaccines and abortion? The links are cloudy and complicated

Canadian disability rights activist implores Supreme Court not to strike down Canada’s laws prohibiting assisted suicide

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.

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Ginsburg voices concerns about abortion rights, campaign finance

Three-parent babies: an ethical boundary is being crossed

Friends of court draw battle lines ahead of health care arguments

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

MPs vote in favour of ‘three-person embryo’ law

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

Among young Christians, moral discomfort with birth control grows

Court hears Nun’s Network’s religious freedom case

UK House of Commons OKs making babies from DNA of 3 people

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

MPs back GM babies despite safety and ethical concerns

That our children may be born

ADF attorneys to testify on wide range of Colo. bills

Three-parent baby technique no more sinister than blood transfusion, says Robert Winston

Thousands ‘need three-person babies’

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

When does gender equality begin?

Back door sex education

Protecting doctors’ freedom of conscience

’3-parent baby’ law moves forward in Britain

Medical quackery marks Planned Parenthood’s flawed “study”

Chile, among the few countries that ban all abortions, moves to allow them in some cases

Why the Church of England, as a matter of principle, is opposed to assisted suicide

Government to pay fees of Conestoga attorneys

Texas boy breathing on his own after hospital tried to have him declared ‘brain dead’ against parents’ wishes

Et si le débat sur l’euthanasie était relancé?

PBS documentary glamorizes ‘right-to-die’

Debate on death with dignity begins to churn in Colorado

Obama admin ordered to pay $570,000 to Hahn family after losing HHS mandate lawsuit

Texas hospital tries to pull plug on comatose 12-year-old against parents’ wishes

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.

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Churches oppose three-person baby plan

“Suicide By Doctor”: A policy brief for Centennial Institute

The case of Tom Mortier shows how euthanasia advocates will never stop at the terminally ill

Son challenges Belgian law after mother’s ‘mercy killing’

C of E: Legalising GM babies would be ‘irresponsible’

Commons vote on GM babies set for Tues 3 February

What we don’t know just might kill you

Pain-capable abortion ban to be introduced in Ohio

Euthanasia: A personal perspective

For Indian bishop, to save girls from selective abortions, minds must be educated

With abortion, there are no do-overs

Assisted living centers defeat HHS mandate in court

The shady world of surrogacy exposed in Italy

Twenty seven years ago today, Canada allowed unlimited abortions up to birth for any reason

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

Hospital sued after denying treatment to two developmentally disabled patients

Assisted suicide Bill ‘erodes dignity’ and ‘creates mistrust’

Ethical stem cells used for dementia ‘breakthrough’

Presumed consent is ‘state- imposed tax on bodies’

China to get tough on illegal sex-selective abortions

Palliative care doctors reveal opposition to assisted suicide

Leading scientists call on MPs to support ‘three parent babies’ legislation

More companies win on basis of Hobby Lobby decision

When public religion is rare, it gets weird

The extinction of pro-life democrats in Congress

How the contraception mandate may spread measles: Politicizing preventative care increases public distrust