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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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”

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

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

Indiana Wesleyan, Taylor sue feds

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

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”

Overwhelming number of MPs against sex-selective abortion

Social liberal hubris

What happens when the NAACP is on the wrong side of civil rights?

Vote 2014 saw incremental pro-life victories

Pro-life Democrats to Democratic leadership: You cannot win when you alienate 21 million people in your base

A good day for life

Tennessee Amendment 1 abortion measure passes

Shift in control of senate expected to favor languishing pro-life legislation

Post-birth abortions: An idea that’s gaining ground on campus

Will court force March for Life to pay for abortion pill coverage?

MPs vote to make sex selection abortion illegal

Three reasons pro-life people need to be involved in the political process

U.S. top court leaves intact New York City pregnancy center rule

NOW’s Terry O’Neill: “Abortion saves lives”

Obama administration ‘using federal law to target Christians’

Decision ups overhead for NYC pro-life pregnancy centers

D.C.-based pro-life groups challenge local bill requiring them to cover abortion

Planned Parenthood doc who killed woman in botched abortion closes her clinic

Court won’t hear dispute over abortion clinic law

Arizona school praised for including pro-life curriculum

Is there really a separation of church and state?

ADF to continue fight for freedom of NYC pregnancy care centers

Amendment 1 would stop the ACLU’s Californization of Tennessee

Sex-selection abortions are perfectly legal in Canada

North Dakota Supreme Court upholds abortion restrictions

Planned Parenthood uses picture of child to urge voters to support pro-abortion candidates

Be an Uncle Tom for life

AZ school board votes to tear out pages mentioning abortion from honors biology textbook

Gilbert school board votes to rip abortion page out of textbook

Moore: New HHS rules violate religious liberty

Ave Maria School of Law granted preliminary injunction from HHS mandate

Four Christian organizations challenge Obamacare abortion pill mandate

Ariz. schools choose life-affirming curriculum

North Dakota Supreme Court upholds abortion restrictions – a welcome win, despite ‘splintered’ opinions

California forces churches to fund abortions

Author says abortion is normal and ‘part of being a mother’

Federal court says law school can opt out of controversial Obamacare mandates

Gilbert school board votes to rip abortion page out of textbook

Arizona school board votes to remove pages from biology textbook

Gilbert schools to edit ‘abortion’ section of textbook

Grief: the silent burden of a post-abortive woman

    National Right to Life: I am defined, in some part at least, by the death of my extremely premature sons. My life changed during those days, waiting for their death and praying for them to live, and nothing was the same afterwards. I’ve been privileged in recent months to meet with a group of women who have shared the loss of their children, we all have different stories but are united in our grief and our triumphs and a lot of unanswered questions. It’s been inspiring and heavy to sit through their stories, to listen to them tell about their children, whether they only had days or years to know them.


  • Posted: 10/30/2014
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  • Category: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.nationalrighttolifenews.org

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