“After-birth abortion: why should the baby live?” was a the title of a serious medical paper, published by Alberto Giubilini and Francesca Minerva in the Journal of Medical Ethics, last year on February, 23. A question this title ought to provoke in everyone’s mind — Pro-Lifers and Pro-Choicers alike — is why are they calling it “after-birth abortion,” and not euthanasia? Even Britt Hume seemed a bit confused and disgusted over this, just recently. More…
Opponents of Alabama’s proposed fetal heartbeat bill see it as an attempt to strike a blow against legalized abortion. If that sounds like an understatement, it is. There’s way more to it than that.
If passed, Alabama would become the third state, after North Dakota and Arkansas, to make it illegal to perform an abortion once a heartbeat can be detected. More…
The other day, I was having breakfast with a priest from Boston, who told me about a bad experience he had while preaching about abortion. In the middle of his homily, one of the altar servers, a seventh grade girl, took off her robe, walked straight down the middle aisle, and left the church — for good. More…
Am I happy to hear that the number of abortions in this country have drastically declined since the government legalized unlimited accesses to abortion? Of course I am.
Anyone who is Pro-Life wants to hear that news, but that’s not what the news is saying. They’re reporting it as though this is a huge disappointment for the Pro-Life movement.
“Thou Shalt Not Kill,” is a mandate of conscience, not just a tenet of religion.
That means the answer to the question whether someone can be Pro-Life without God is Yes.
I’d like to put off explaining that for just a moment, More…
“Think about this truth: If you’re an age where you have ever used the Internet as a teenager, you have survived the government approval of your murder…”
Before you continue reading, you need to watch this video. Keep watching it to the end for the sobering truth that will astound you.
[Spoiler Alert] The narrator in this video was fortunate to have this chance to speak. He and his peers More…
There has been a lot of discussion in the news this week over the success of the March for Life in DC and on who is winning the cultural debate on abortion. If you still have any doubts about this, you probably were not at the March for Life, but you can still see the results for yourself: here are some of the Best Pictures taken at the March for Life.
According to a recent report from the Catholic News Agency, “Catholics for Choice” is once again seeking to end the Holy See’s permanent observer status at the United Nations.
Catholics for Choice is an abortion advocacy group that promotes teachings contrary to the Catholic Church. The American Bishops have repeatedly warned that they are “not a Catholic organization.”
On January 16, the abortionist group’s president, John O’Brien, argued More…
What is it that drives several hundred thousand people from all over the country to make the long trip to Washington, DC, and stand outdoors for hours in freezing weather, despite the brutal political opposition that doesn’t even want to acknowledge their presence? More…
According to “Survey of Reaction to Abortion,” The Post Abortion Review,
A survey of post-abortive women found that:
- 28% attempted suicide
- 31% experienced suicidal feelings
- 60% commented that the decision to abort made their lives worse
- 94% regretted the decision to abort