- Priest defends pro life movement with secular philosophy
- Paul Ryan, Chris Van Hollen clash over Obama contraception stance
- Santorum links pre-natal testing, abortion
- For women under 30, most births occur out of wedlock
- Biological Colonialism: Dutch Controversy Over 'Anything Goes' IVF
Posted: 19 Feb 2012 08:34 AM PST
Author and philosopher Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J., released a new book that defends the pro-life stance with secular principles and argues for a fresh approach to the abortion debate.
Posted: 19 Feb 2012 08:07 AM PST
Two prominent congressmen sharply clashed this morning over whether President Barack Obama is attempting to force contraception -- but more broadly, his personal values -- on Americans.
Posted: 19 Feb 2012 08:03 AM PST
Rick Santorum said Sunday he believes specific types of pre-natal testing leads to a greater amount of abortions.
Posted: 19 Feb 2012 07:00 AM PST
It used to be called illegitimacy. Now it is the new normal. After steadily rising for five decades, the share of children born to unmarried women has crossed a threshold: more than half of births to American women under 30 occur outside marriage.
Posted: 19 Feb 2012 06:10 AM PST
IVF was promised as a generally minor matter that would be available for married couples, otherwise unable, to have biological children. Of course, that relatively conservative agenda held for about two seconds. It is now a huge industry.