- Ethicists give thumbs-up to infanticide
- Latin America teeters on brink of abortion abyss
- Vatican workshop focuses on ethical infertility treatments
- Catholic women rally against HHS mandate
- Taylor Swift brightens cancer-stricken teen's day
- Kathryn Lopez: Abortion jests mask more serious agenda
- Pope warns against 'arrogant' IVF
- Teen hoops star shot baskets during coma
- In the third world, unwanted baby girls 'disappear;' It's called gendercide
Posted: 25 Feb 2012 06:56 AM PST
If abortion, why not infanticide? This leading question is often treated as a canard by supporters of abortion. However, it is seriously argued by two Italian utilitarians and published online in the prestigious Journal of Medical Ethics this week.
Posted: 25 Feb 2012 06:51 AM PST
Although Latin America has been the target of international pro-abortion and anti-family organizations for decades, its Catholic roots have generally held the region fast in its commitment to the culture of life.
Posted: 25 Feb 2012 06:49 AM PST
The Pontifical Academy for Life is hosting a one-day workshop on treating infertility in an ethical way.
Posted: 25 Feb 2012 06:48 AM PST
Despite claims that only male clergy and politicians oppose the Obama administration's contraception mandate, Catholic women across the nation are objecting strongly to the federal rule.
Posted: 25 Feb 2012 06:44 AM PST
Country-pop star Taylor Swift said Friday she won't be able to accept a prom invitation from Kevin McGuire, a New Jersey teen undergoing treatment for leukemia, but offered to take him to an awards show instead
Posted: 25 Feb 2012 06:42 AM PST
There’s no doubt that Planned Parenthood and its supporters had a brilliant strategy: Get as many people as possible to repeat the word “transvaginal” in news and commentary stories, and accomplish two things: Defeat legislation at hand and make your opposition look like a freak show.
Posted: 25 Feb 2012 06:32 AM PST
The Pope has called on infertile couples to shun artificial procreation, saying such methods are a form of arrogance. Benedict XVI was speaking at the end of a three-day Vatican conference on diagnosing and treating infertility.
Posted: 24 Feb 2012 01:41 PM PST
Maggie Meier would cradle the beach ball in her hands and, with perfect form, shoot it through her the arms of her sister, who had formed a makeshift hoop. Swish. The only thing out of the ordinary? Maggie Meier was in a coma.
Posted: 24 Feb 2012 12:38 PM PST
Each and every one of them. Chucked on the garbage heap of life; either abandoned outside an orphanage or left to die. Casualties of China's one-child policy, those little girls, adopted by Americans who had left conception too late, are the lucky ones.