- In Vitro: The human cost
- 'Halt the assualt on marriage and family'
- 'We Celebrate Marriage'
- Bionic eye gives sight to Aussie woman
- Trashy gossip blog tags abortion survivor as 'Crazy Eyes Lady'
- Time-lapse incubator propels IVF technology into frightening future
- Colorado Personhood vows to fight ballot disqualification
Posted: 30 Aug 2012 06:57 AM PDT
It can be difficult initially to understand why the Catholic Church opposes procedures such as in vitro fertilization (IVF). The Church teaches that children are the “crowning glory” of marriage. “Why oppose something that allows couples to bring new babies into the world?”
Posted: 30 Aug 2012 06:54 AM PDT
In a variation on the acceptance speech he might have given if circumstances were different, Rick Santorum delivered a pitched defense of life, liberty, and family at the Republican National Convention’s opening night event.
Posted: 30 Aug 2012 06:52 AM PDT
Pastors from across the country have come together to form an organization celebrating the important role of marriage and encouraging Christians to take action in support of it.
Posted: 30 Aug 2012 06:43 AM PDT
A bionic eye has given an Australian woman partial sight and researchers say it is an important step towards eventually helping visually impaired people get around independently.
Posted: 30 Aug 2012 05:43 AM PDT
"The conservative women's group Susan B. Anthony List has debuted this not-intentionally-funny anti-Obama advertisement, which will air in Missouri, about the president's support of 'reproductive rights.'"
Posted: 29 Aug 2012 07:21 PM PDT
Mayo Clinic recently marked its first births resulting from in vitro fertilization using a new time-lapse incubator that minimizes disturbances from human handling as embryos develop and helps fertility specialists better identify the healthiest embryos, presumably so the less desirable children can be killed.
Posted: 29 Aug 2012 12:50 PM PDT
The Colorado Personhood Coalition has announced plans to challenge the Colorado Secretary of State's determination on valid signatures.