- Is Massachusetts headed for assisted suicide?
- Ohio abortion figures show large drop in 2011
- Thousands rally over weekend against HHS mandate
- 'Jane Roe' of Roe v Wade Releases TV Ad Condemning Obama
- Just a fluke?
- Pro-life vs. social justice: a false dichotomy
- Randall Terry: the man behind the mania
- Uruguay bishops say lawmakers who support abortion are excommunicated
Posted: 23 Oct 2012 07:19 AM PDT
On November 6 Massachusetts voters will choose whether or not their state should legalize assisted suicide. If they vote Yes, it will become the third American state to approve it, after Oregon and Washington.
Posted: 23 Oct 2012 07:14 AM PDT
An Ohio state government report shows that there were 24,764 abortions reported in the state in 2011, but the total number was down 12 percent from the previous year.
Posted: 23 Oct 2012 07:13 AM PDT
Thousands of Americans in dozens of cities took a stand against the Obama administration’s HHS birth control mandate on Saturday.
Posted: 23 Oct 2012 06:51 AM PDT
TV ads airing in Florida; Norma McCorvey declares that Roe v Wade was based on lies...and she begs voters..."Don't follow in my mistakes."
Posted: 22 Oct 2012 03:53 PM PDT
Obama campaign event featuring prolific birth control consumer-turned-activist Sandra Fluke draws crowd of ... 10.
Posted: 22 Oct 2012 03:47 PM PDT
This supposed dichotomy arises from a fundamentally sociological theory of the Church that divides the faithful into “tribes”: “pro-life” vs. “social justice”; “traditional” vs. “progressive.”
Posted: 22 Oct 2012 03:11 PM PDT
“I remember as a little boy,” says Terry, “being so filled with rage at those people that it made my insides hurt. They were responsible for her death. If any single one of them had stopped, she’d still be alive. It’s ingrained in my soul that some of the greatest crimes men commit are sins of omission. You won’t stop? You believe abortion is murder but you don’t do anything? It revolts me to this day. I harbored that in my heart.”
Posted: 22 Oct 2012 03:02 PM PDT
Uruguay's bishops say that local lawmakers who recently voted to legalize abortion in the country are automatically excommunicated for separating themselves from the Church's teaching.