- Philly schools installing condom dispensers over Christmas break
- Planned Parenthood drops appeal in S. Dakota, abortion waiting period stands
- The Christmas message of the real St. Nicholas
- Faced with 'terminal' prenatal diagnosis, single mom of 5 chooses life
- Appeals court blocks California’s reparative therapy ban
Posted: 24 Dec 2012 11:14 AM PST
Coming over the Christmas break to about a third of Philadelphia high schools: clear plastic dispensers chock-full of free condoms.
Posted: 24 Dec 2012 07:05 AM PST
In 2011, South Dakota passed a law enacting a 72-hour waiting period before a woman is allowed to have an abortion. According to the Associated Press, that is the longest waiting period in the United States. Other nations have similar or longer waiting periods with Germany at 72-hours and Italy at one week.
Posted: 24 Dec 2012 07:01 AM PST
Nicholas had been aware of a certain citizen of Patara – in Lycia, modern-day Turkey – who had once been an important and wealthy man of the city but who had fallen on hard times and into extreme poverty. The man grew so desperate that he lacked the very essentials of life.
Posted: 24 Dec 2012 06:56 AM PST
Meet Stephanie Spidell. She’s a single mother of five children, one of whom has special needs. Now she’s raising six, because when her sister was murdered, she took in her niece, as well.
Posted: 24 Dec 2012 06:50 AM PST
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has temporarily halted a California law that would prevent psychologists from helping people who struggle with unwanted same-sex attraction.