- ‘It was a money-grubbing, evil, very sad, sad place to work’
- Downton Abbey's Pro-Life Message
- Traditional Marriage Activists Searching for Answers on Heels of Same-Sex 'Victories'
- Mississippi House bans abortion at 20 weeks
- Pope to engaged couples: don't fear forever
- Russia's secret horrors hidden from world's cameras
- Final 'triplet' arrives five years later
A Roman Catholic former Planned Parenthood worker has opened up to her diocesan newspaper in a gripping tell-all interview, saying she was shocked at the horrors she witnessed during the two years she worked in Indiana’s largest abortion facility.
Longtime fans of Downton Abbey probably think the writers don’t want their characters to live happily ever after. Understandably so, considering all the tragedies that tainted season three. But, one recent storyline is so reassuringly pro-life, it seems viewers are allowed to smile for once.
In Utah, Oklahoma, Kentucky and Virginia, federal judges have voided part or all of the bans on same-sex "marriage" that voters approved between 2004 and 2006.
A bill banning abortions beyond 20 weeks has passed the Mississippi House and now makes its way to the Senate, offering hope for life for Mississippi babies aborted even beyond viability.
Greeting thousands of engaged couples on the feast of St. Valentine, Pope Francis told them not to be afraid of building a permanent and loving relationship in a culture where everything is disposable and fleeting.
The Olympics have garnered many criticisms directed at the host country this year, from hotel room accommodations, to the way they treat their stray dogs. People express outrage or laughing shock at what they see and hear. Americans are taking a hard look at Russia and their smiling leader, grinning at the crowds.
From eight embryos come two boys in 2008 and a girl in 2013.