- Tacking the spiritual roots of homosexual behavior
- Abortion 'rider' offered by 7 Michigan insurers as pro life law takes effect
- Shameful racism at play in Alabama abortion debate
- Embryo transfer for four women after womb transplants
- CT High School Censors Pro-Life Students
- Miracle baby starts breathing after being declared dead
- Boston high school doling out provocative condoms to students
- ‘You don’t go to a country and expect to be given a baby’
- Relaxed rules on morning-after pill raise concerns
A former gay-porn actor who says his Catholic faith saved him from a world of pornography, homosexuality and the occult is scheduled to make a presentation today in Santa Rosa to a religious group called Courage, an apostolate of the Catholic Church that ministers to people with same-sex attractions.
Michigan women will not have the choice to buy an individual abortion "rider" when the state's controversial insurance law takes effect Thursday, but some employers may choose to provide the coverage for less than a dollar a month.
Recently State Rep. Alvin Holmes (D-Montgomery) brought race into an abortion debate in Alabama, claiming whites may think twice about abortion if a black man impregnated their daughter.
Four women who had womb transplants have had embryos transferred in an attempt to become pregnant. If any of the embryos implant, this could lead to the first live birth following a womb transplant.
Students for Life of America is asking pro-life activists to e-mail the Superintendent of Branford Public Schools to express their support for Branford High School Students for Life and ask that Branford Public Schools assure Branford High School Students for Life that their constitutional rights will be respected.
Robin Cyr’s fourth child has already packed a lifetime’s worth of emotional turmoil into her first 28 minutes in the world.
The condoms were being distributed in Boston high schools to students with parental permission under a new sex education program.
Four-year-old Kyle Morlock may not be alive today were it not for the intercession of a compassionate nurse, a network of Christian missionaries, and above all, the courage of a young woman who had come to India prepared to do whatever God asked of her.
A young girl recently came into Frederick’s pharmacy saying she was six weeks pregnant and wanted to terminate her pregnancy without seeing a doctor. She asked if she could end her pregnancy by buying and taking four Plan B pills.