- Catholic Church condemns Angola abortion law
- Singer inspired by unborn baby's struggle
- Airlines cleared to us Santa's shortcut
- Ron Paul signs Personhood USA pledge, joining 4 GOP candidates
- Christian college sues Obama admin over abortion mandate
- Judge issues temporary injunction on abortion law
- Babyboxes save 22 children in Czech Republic this year
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Posted: 24 Dec 2011 10:30 AM PST
The Catholic Church in Angola on Saturday condemned a new bill to decriminalise abortion in the southern African country.
Posted: 24 Dec 2011 10:00 AM PST
Told that his unborn son had only half a heart and little chance to survive, the lead singer of the Christian rock band Sanctus Real began pouring his fears and doubts into music.
Posted: 24 Dec 2011 09:43 AM PST
Hard-pressed airlines have been handed the perfect Christmas present: permission to fly twin-jet aircraft over the North Pole, saving millions on fuel costs, opening up new destinations and reducing damage to the environment.
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Posted: 24 Dec 2011 09:31 AM PST
Five GOP presidential candidates — Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry and more recently, Ron Paul — have signed a pledge drafted by Personhood USA in which the candidates promise to support a Constitutional amendment and federal legislation imposing "personhood" laws.
Posted: 24 Dec 2011 09:17 AM PST
A Christian college is suing the Obama administration over requiring businesses to pay for insurance plans that cover Plan B and ella — two types of birth-control pills known to be abortifacient.
Posted: 24 Dec 2011 09:10 AM PST
A federal judge in Arizona has issued a temporary injunction aimed at stopping a new tax law on abortion, defying the will of the people.
Posted: 24 Dec 2011 08:00 AM PST
A total of 22 children were found in the "babybox" hatches in the Czech Republic in 2011, and 62 babies have been saved in them since 2005 when the first hatch was installed, according to statistics of the Statim Babybox association for abandoned children, and yet the UN has called for their discontinuation.