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The pope and his call for a ‘human ecology’ that respects the environment - John Jalsevac

Sarah Palin’s e-mails: ‘going rogue’ for life

Peter J. Smith Mon Jun 13 15:31 EST Opinion

The Palin e-mails remind Americans of the remarkable, exciting woman they first met in September 2008, when GOP presidential candidate John McCain introduced her to the broader American public.

No white flags here: Defending true marriage

The Editors Mon Jun 13 10:31 EST Opinion

The liberal press is saying that many conservatives have given up fighting same sex “marriage.” Don’t believe it.

Second abortion clinic illegally dumped aborted babies, say Texas authorities

The Editors Mon Jun 13 10:49 EST Abortion

Penalties for the violations will now be determined by the enforcement branch of the TCEQ, and could include hefty fines.

Catholic U. president: it’s time to ditch coed dorms

Kathleen Gilbert Mon Jun 13 18:39 EST Faith

Coed dorms, a social experiment that began as early as 1960 before gaining traction in the 70s, have now overtaken over 90 percent of American college campuses.

Planned Parenthood demands complete secrecy for abortion evidence in criminal trial

Peter J. Smith Mon Jun 13 18:06 EST Abortion

Troy Newman of Operation Rescue said that Planned Parenthood was using patient privacy concerns as cover “to conceal their crimes.”

U.S. senators: Obama admin threat to Indiana over Planned Parenthood an ‘alarming’ overreach

Kathleen Gilbert Mon Jun 13 16:19 EST Abortion

The Obama admin has threatened to strip Indiana of health monies over the state's decision to cut funding to abortion providers such as Planned Parenthood.

Pain-capable abortion ban passes in Alabama, but personhood bill fails

John Jalsevac Mon Jun 13 12:45 EST Abortion

The pro-life movement in Alabama gained a significant victory this past week, although not as dramatic a victory as some had hoped for.

Operation Rescue interns’ car vandalized – 3rd incidence of vandalism in a month

John Jalsevac Mon Jun 13 11:44 EST Abortion

Troy Newman pointed out that this is the third incidence of vandalism that the organization has experienced in less than a month.

“Walk with us” concerned parents beseech Catholic Bishops in Ontario

Rebecca Millette Mon Jun 13 18:54 EST Faith

A small, but stalwart group of Catholic parents gathered at a prayer vigil June 12, as part of efforts to convince Ontario's Catholic bishops to reconsider support for a government equity strategy.

Landmark prostitution case hits Ontario’s Appeal Court

Rebecca Millette Mon Jun 13 16:46 EST

At stake is whether certain laws surrounding prostitution endanger prostitutes and whether the laws violate their liberty and security under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

New Zealand gov’t facing charge of genocide for Down’s testing scheme

Hilary White, Rome Correspondent Mon Jun 13 17:53 EST Abortion

New Zealand Right to Life has demanded that the government “immediately cease targeting unborn children with Down syndrome for selective abortion.”

Gwyneth Paltrow: what’s wrong with second graders learning about homosexuality?

Kathleen Gilbert Mon Jun 13 14:06 EST Homosexuality

"When my daughter came home from school one day saying that a classmate had two mommies, my response was, 'Two mommies? How lucky is she?!'" wrote Paltrow.

NewsBytes, June 13 - Life Issues

Steve Jalsevac Mon Jun 13 21:31 EST

Population, contraception, waves of anti-abortion legislation, euthanasia, palliative care, organ harvesting, in vitro, surrogates, organ harvesting

NewsBytes June 13 - Homosexuality

Steve Jalsevac Mon Jun 13 20:47 EST

Being a "homosceptic, Left's Dirty Little Secret, They know where you work, Catholic bishops' John Jay study "deeply flawed", More...

Former top IVF doc: I was ‘absolutely horrified’ when I realized what I was doing

Kathleen Gilbert Mon Jun 13 14:24 EST Culture of Life

“I can't even begin to tell you how deep in my soul I believed that I had wronged other people,” reproductive endocrinologist Anthony Caruso told EWTN News.

We must fight to maintain a total ban on assisted suicide and euthanasia

Monsignor Ignacio Barreiro-Carámbula Mon Jun 13 17:39 EST Opinion

A total ban on assisted suicide and of any form of euthanasia is not only required morally, but is an act of social justice to protect the weak and vulnerable.

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