Each year the March for Life board and staff choose a theme that will best contribute to building a culture of life; and as they do so, they take into account cultural norms and current events to help make their message resonate with Americans. This year, March for Life leadership wanted to draw attention to the fact that science and technology continue to reveal the humanity and life of an unborn person even in its very earliest stages. That’s why the 2019 March for Life theme is “Unique From Day One: Pro-life Is Pro-Science.”
French President Emmanuel Macron stepped into a virtual hornet’s nest when he made a statement insinuating that more education prevents women from having too many babies. As a result, educated women from all over the world are proving him wrong.
In keeping with their usual tactic of using scare tactics and hyperbole to manipulate women, Planned Parenthood is unveiling its plan for how to provide abortion to women should the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade.
In spite of innumerable hurdles, “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer,” a movie that reveals the dark underbelly of the abortion business, broke into the top 10 on its opening weekend at the box office.
In his first intervention at the Synod 2018 on Young People, Philadelphia’s Archbishop Charles J. Chaput made it clear that what the Church holds to be true about human sexuality is not a stumbling block but is the only path to joy and wholeness.
Doctors from Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children have published a plan in a prestigious medical journal in which they outline policies that would allow children to be euthanized – in some cases, without parental consent.
Pro Life leaders across the country are celebrating the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court in spite of a well-orchestrated smear campaign that was intended to stop or at least delay the nomination that will result in tipping the court to the right for at least the next generation.
An unannounced inspection of a Planned Parenthood clinic in Columbia, Missouri found rusty aspiration machines with tubes full of bloody bodily fluid and black mold, which has resulted in the cessation of abortion services.
A new study conducted by Swedish researchers has found that along with the increase in medical abortions – abortions induced by drugs – there has also been an alarming uptick in the number of complications.