- Want to #BringBackOurGirls? End polygamy
- How abortion has changed the discussion of miscarriage
- Why courts are allowing redefinitions of emergency contraception
- Mom and daughter reunited 77 years after adoption
- Italian bishop angers pro lifers with troubling comments
- Born at 22 weeks, 14 ounce preemie fights for his life
- "There is life after the Pill"
- Congresswoman opens up about miracle baby's survival
- Oregon county cuts ties with Stericycle over incinerated aborted babies
- Stunning bride outshines cancer on wedding day
The violent fruit of unnatural marriage arrangements in Africa.
"I was finally getting back to a normal routine. My miscarriage a few weeks earlier had taken more than just my baby. It had sapped my emotional reserves as well. I was exhausted, but began to force myself to continue the necessary day-to-day tasks."
A liberal apologist twists statistics and medical research to claim 'emergency contraception' can't cause abortions.
Raised by a Lutheran pastor and his wife, Ruth Lee never wanted to learn the identity of her birth parents. She had a happy childhood and never doubted the love showered upon her by her adoptive parents and three brothers.
An Italian bishop has angered pro-life advocates at home and abroad after he told an interviewer May 12 that he has little time for the kind of pro-lifer who prays the Rosary outside abortion facilities.
Decklen was born at 22 weeks, months ahead of his September due date, following an umbilical cord prolapse, which is when the cord makes an appearance before the baby.
"People identifying as pro-life Christians need to start having an honest conversation about this because the pill is an abortifacient, and yet its use remains common in these circles. IT IS NOT PRO-LIFE TO USE AN ABORTIFACIENT. You should not be taking it. End of story."
Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, 35, gave birth to her first daughter Abigail in July and the baby is doing well in spite of a dangerous diagnosis Doctors told the Beutlers that their baby was one of the rare cases of Potter's syndrome, where the child does not have kidneys or lungs.
Officials in an Oregon county have canceled their contract with the internationally-recognized medical waste Stericycle following reports that an area power plant has been burning aborted babies in their incinerators to generate electricity.
After being diagnosed with cancer nine months into planning her wedding, this sweet bride chose to stand strong, hair or no hair, and marry her handsome Marine.