- Adams: Kids Write to Obama about Abortion
- NARAL Gives Nation a “D” on Protecting “Right” to Abortion
- Obama Brings Pro-Abortion Record, Low Ratings to Inauguration
- Congressman: I Was Almost an Abortion Victim, Adoption Saved Me
- Coming Face to Face With a Baby I Saved From Abortion
- Outcry over rape cases could mean change for India's women
- Godin: The 'Roe Generations'
- Pregnancy centers play key role in fight for life
- Crowds at Irish rally show country's pro-life legacy
- MLK was Christ-inspired, says head Knight of Peter Claver
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It’s helpful, even if their perspective is skewed and the numbers inflated, to get NARAL Pro-Choice America’s annual evaluation of the state of the abortion landscape.
Posted: 21 Jan 2013 08:47 AM PST
As President Barack Obama is inaugurated today, he brings a stark contrast to his second term: a large pro-abortion record and a small approval rating.
Posted: 21 Jan 2013 08:45 AM PST
The year was 1962, and in Southern California, a pregnant teenager was facing a difficult decision. As a young, unwed girl, Mary Lynn Sheridan wasn’t sure she was ready for a child.
Posted: 21 Jan 2013 08:39 AM PST
Standing outside of an abortion clinic is not a pleasant experience. No matter how many friends or family members are there praying and helping to counsel women close by, the thought of innocent lives being ended in the building right behind you is inescapable.
Posted: 21 Jan 2013 08:34 AM PST
Public admonishment of the brutal cases of gang rape in India could be the sign of changing views towards women in the world’s largest democracy, some experts say.
Posted: 21 Jan 2013 08:31 AM PST
Forty years ago this week, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade. In terms of demographics, that means almost two generations of Americans have lived their entire life in a country with legalized abortion.
Posted: 21 Jan 2013 08:23 AM PST
Essential Pregnancy Services (EPS) in Omaha opened its doors 40 years ago as a direct response to legalized abortion, said Nancy Foral, the center's executive director.
Posted: 21 Jan 2013 08:17 AM PST
Fine Gael, the majority party in the Irish coalition government, will have “awoken a sleeping giant” if they move to legalize abortion, say organizers of a massive pro-life vigil.
Posted: 21 Jan 2013 08:09 AM PST
“Considering that so many 'church-going folks' were supporting segregation and Jim Crow laws during the civil rights movement, it is wonderful that King dedicated his life to employing Christ's teachings to resist and counter the very social sins of prejudice, racial discrimination and segregation,” Supreme Knight F. DeKarlos Blackmon told CNA Jan. 18."