- SCOTUS justice asks: forced abortion coverage next?
- Wedding dresses turned into 'angel gowns' for babies who don't make it home
- Forced abortion continues in China
- Defying the odds
- Let's be 'done'
- Chile's 'Day of the Unborn Child' to Recognize Pregnant Mothers
- Tepeyac Family Center Celebrates 20 Years
”Under your view, a [for-]profit corporation … could be forced in principle to pay for abortions,” he said. “Your reasoning would permit that.”
It’s not a bride who will be wearing any of the wedding gowns gathered by Lisa Grubbs, but a baby.
There are times when I see things that defy all medical science. I found myself serving as the attending physician in two such situations this month, both of them deliveries of new babies born with Down syndrome.
We can easily forget, in all our planning and charting and discerning, that we're not ultimately in control. Even when science purports to tell us otherwise. Even when our hearts desperately wish we could be. Life, despite our best efforts to manipulate, frustrate, create, contort, and confine, is not entirely under our jurisdiction. To believe and to act otherwise is to live a lie, to mistake a charade for reality.
For the first time this year in Chile, March 25 is officially being celebrated as the Day of the Unborn Child, recognizing the need to protect and care for expectant mothers and their children. As part of the celebration which ...
Tepeyac Family Center, LLC, a pro-life OB/GYN medical practice, celebrates its 20th anniversary of serving women in the Greater Washington, D.C. area.