Pope Francis met with the father of Alfie Evans, a two-year-old suffering from an undiagnosed neurological condition in a hospital seeking the removal of his life support, and has opened the door to allowing the child to be transferred to Bambino Gesu in Rome.
Even though the mainstream media devoted a steady stream of breathless coverage during a school walkout to protest gun violence, there was barely a peep from the media when it came to covering another this week’s protest against the unjust taking of innocent lives.
After years of receiving reports of painful complications from thousands of women, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has placed new restrictions on a permanent contraceptive implant known as Essure.
At 10:00 a.m. this morning, prolife students from hundreds of schools across America walked out of their classrooms for 17 minutes of silence and prayer to honor the 10 babies that will die violently at an abortion clinic during that time.
Bishop Larry Silva of the Diocese of Honolulu wrote a hard-hitting editorial about the new law legalizing assisted suicide in his state and raises serious questions about how it requires people to lie on death certificates and to insurance companies, how it disregards the eternal consequences of this choice and the guilt it imposes on families, and how it sends a dangerous message to youth that sometimes killing yourself is better than living.
Hawaii’s Governor David Ige (D) signed a new law into force that will allow terminally ill patients to end their lives by assisted suicide.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to review a decision by a lower court that blocked the pro-life Center for Medical Progress (CMP) from releasing additional videos that reveal illegal trafficking of fetal body parts by the abortion industry.
In what some are calling an “irony overload,” Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards sent out a tweet earlier this week urging followers to adopt a dog rather than let it be put to death. Too bad she didn’t make the same effort for the 3.5 million babies slaughtered during her 12-year tenure.