- Pope brings joy to elderly 'peers'
- The Erosion of Ethics in Organ Transplantation
- Media group encourages pregnant women to consider adoption
- Unholy alliance: Planned Parenthood made millions in Medicaid fraud
- Abortion doctor prescribes animalistic treatment for disabled woman
- I'll Buy My Own Contraception, Thanks
- Benefits for posthumously conceived children considered
- CBS Contributor: White People Don't Like Abortion ... Because of Eugenics?
Posted: 13 Nov 2012 11:25 AM PST
Pope Benedict visited fellow seniors at a home for the aged in Rome on Nov. 12, speaking to their needs and reminding all of them of the special role they play in this “time of sunset.”
Posted: 13 Nov 2012 11:00 AM PST
Posted: 13 Nov 2012 10:50 AM PST
Austin, Texas, Nov 13, 2012 / 11:50 am (CNA).- The Austin-based pro-life media group Heroic Media has released a new video for National Adoption Month to encourage women with unexpected pregnancies to consider adoption. “Most women don't understand the feeling of empowerment adoption brings,” Marissa Cope, Heroic Media’s Director of Marketing, Communications and Research, said Nov. 12. “We believe this video will alert women to a possibility they may not have yet considered and ultimately save the lives of unborn children.” Cope said fewer than one percent of women with unplanned pregnancies choose adoption, even though there are 30 to 40 couples desiring to adopt for every adoptive baby. The ad is a result of Heroic Media’s partnership with Bethany Christian Services to publicize resources for pregnant women. The commercial, titled “The Adoption Option,” is available on YouTube. It will be exclusively broadcast on the Oxygen Network beginning Nov. 12. It will air during the reality TV program “I’m Having Their Baby,” about pregnant women going through the adoption process. The ad features a pregnant woman who tells the viewer why she plans to put her unborn child up for adoption. “I’m pregnant, but I’m not in a position to care for this child,” the woman says, placing her hand over her womb. “I want him to be with a family who will love him and give him the things that I can’t.” “I’ve learned that through adoption, I can choose the family who will raise him. And I can receive help through the rest of my pregnancy,” she continues. “Adoption just seems like the best option. For him, and for me,” she says. About half of the more than six million pregnancies in the U.S. each year are not planned. The ad intends to target these pregnant women, especially those in their twenties who account for more than half of all abortions. The ad can be seen at the Heroic Media website at www.heroicmedia.org/adoption.
Posted: 13 Nov 2012 10:14 AM PST
A federal court in Texas will hear this week how the Planned Parenthood abortion business in Texas defrauded taxpayers.
Posted: 13 Nov 2012 10:12 AM PST
‘End this pregnancy and tie her tubes.’ That was the stark advice given by a a court-summoned doctor in a possible forced abortion case involving a mentally handicapped woman in Nevada, according to a transcript of a Nov. 1 hearing obtained by LifeSiteNews.
Posted: 13 Nov 2012 07:56 AM PST
This election season, perhaps in an attempt to win the so-called women's vote, the marketing efforts for Obamacare targeted my gender.
Posted: 13 Nov 2012 06:23 AM PST
A case of whether children conceived through in vitro fertilization after a parent's death can receive Social Security benefits comes before the Michigan Supreme Court on Thursday.
Posted: 12 Nov 2012 01:16 PM PST
CBS News contributor Nancy Giles believes that white people don't like abortion because they are trying to "build up the race."