- LIFE Runners are participating in 5ks across the globe
- Denver man's dying wish? That more people could die
- Bay Area Church works to restore, strengthen marriages
- FBI: Colorado man tried to use abortion to cover up child porn and pedophilia
- SNL mocks pro life groups
- Doctors Use 3-D Ultrasound to Detect Unborn Baby's Heart Defect, Save Her Life
- Bishop issues letter on the ‘epidemic plague’ of porn
- 'Brain dead' teen awakens from coma while family sings at bedside
Save The Storks is excited to announce that we are the national beneficiary for LIFE Runners’ 2014 A-Cross America Relay. We will be raising money to get future Stork Buses out on the road across America.
Charles Selsberg, bedridden from the debilitating Lou Gehrig's disease, which made it difficult for him to even swallow saliva, rejected a feeding tube and stopped consuming water. It was, he believed, the only way to end his life.
In a city with a reputation for homosexual activism, San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, one of the architects of California’s Proposition 8, considers supporting couples in the sacrament of matrimony a higher priority than repealing same-sex “marriage” laws.
A Denver-area man offered to pay for an abortion to cover up his years-long sexual abuse of a young girl, which he used to produce child pornography, according to the FBI.
Saturday Night Live and guest-host Lena Dunham attempt a brutally unfunny jab at pro-lifers.
Doctors in Florida are using a high-tech method of detecting problems in unborn children and correcting them as soon as possible. While we often focus on heart disease in adults — sometimes the tiniest of hearts have problems.
The growth of pornography use, particularly on the internet, is “a matter of utmost urgency for every son and father today,” Bishop Paul Loverde of the Catholic diocese of Arlington, Virginia said in a letter to his flock released this week.
Just before 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 26, Lexi was riding her longboard while crossing the street in a crosswalk at the intersection of University Avenue and Canyon Road when the accident occurred. No alcohol, drugs or texting were believed to have played a role in the crash, police said.