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- One gorgeous, miraculous year in the life of a preemie
- The untold story of El Salvador's total abortion ban
- Pope Francis accepted surrendered surgical instruments from abortionist
- 'Crimes against unborn children' bill passes Florida House
- Florida House moves abortion exception measure
Pro-lifers and conservatives are cheering the news that Kathleen Sebelius has resigned her post as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.
When Ben Miller decided to make a video showing the first year in the life of his premature son, Ward Miles, he had no idea that it would be viewed over 22 MILLION times around the world. But when you see this gorgeous video, you'll understand why it has received the attention it has.
It is totally illegal for a mother to abort her child in El Salvador, the smallest country in Central America. But the amazing story about how a country with a name meaning “savior” came to constitutionally protect its unborn children from conception — despite ongoing massive international pressure to the contrary — remains practically unknown.
I recall that once, a long time ago, I had a conference with doctors. After the conference I greeted the doctors – this happened so long ago. I was greeting the doctors, talking with them, and one called me aside. He had a package and he said to me: “Father, I want to leave this with you. These are the instruments that I have used to cause abortion. I have found the Lord, I have repented, and I now fight for life.”
Remee Lee, the Tampa woman whose ex-boyfriend tricked her into taking a pill that caused her to miscarry her unborn child, has spoken before lawmakers this session in favor of the bill.
A bill that would change the exceptions to late term abortion was passed by the House Friday, opening the door to a legal framework that would take into account viability for life, rather than a designated time period.