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.

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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

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

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Pain-capable abortion ban to be introduced in Ohio

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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

When fact checkers take sides

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Gilbert school board votes to keep controversial novel

Wisconsin lawmakers want Planned Parenthood audit after getting over-billed for Family Planning

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

Court to hear EWTN challenge to contraception mandate

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Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan changes abortion stance

Second ‘gender-abortion’ doctor to appear before Crown Court

Dutch euthanasia clinic has knuckles rapped over tinnitus death

GOP abortion bill: Politics wins, life loses

Attorney General nominee supported partial-birth abortions

Parents of twins explain why they refused to abort

Young and old at risk from ‘naïve’ assisted suicide plans

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

Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act moves forward in South Carolina

More than 20 pro-life groups join MRC’s Brent Bozell in denouncing media blackout of March for Life

Government to pay $570,000 to Conestoga Wood Specialties law firms for fight to Supreme Court

Owner of Colo. senior centers receives permanent order against abortion-pill mandate

Impressions of the March for Life: A photo essay

Obama admin to pay $570,000 in attorneys fees after losing abortion pill mandate case

GOP’s Abortion Barbie causes a meltdown – of more than just the GOP

In first-ever speech to Duma, Russian patriarch calls for total abortion ban

Congress can fix new D.C. bills that force pro-life groups to pay for abortion, religious schools to violate beliefs

China official calls for reduced birth rates in Xinjiang

Dr. Anthony Levatino converts from abortionist to pro-life leader

Here come the Irish: Notre Dame marches for life

Obama reaffirms ‘deep commitment’ to abortion as thousands March for Life in U.S. capital

Methodist head of ‘human rights’ mocks pro-life marchers

Russian Orthodox patriarch wants to cut ‘horrifyingly high’ abortion rates

Why she marched: A mom’s story of raising her daughter with Down Syndrome

A tale of two tweets: Pope and Obama both focus on March for Life

Obama admin. agrees to pay $570K to Conestoga Wood Specialties’ attorneys

Christians March for Life plus some Methodist mockery

What frustrated pro-life activists and politicians are saying at today’s March for Life

U.S. court overturns ultrasound abortion law

The best the March for Life movement can ever hope for?