In a new case that could have resulted in another tragedy such as Charlie Gard and Alfie Evans, a UK court has permitted a gravely ill five-year-old girl to be transported to Italy for treatment.
Indiana’s Attorney General has promised that the remains of 2,246 aborted babies found in the garage of deceased abortionist Ulrich Klopfer will be given proper burials. Bishop Kevin Rhoades of the Archdiocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend has offered to bury the children in any Catholic cemetery in his diocese.
A 53-year-old man, who threw his mother off of a balcony to her death because she was suffering from Alzheimers disease was cleared of murder by a judge who said he “acted out of love” – a decision that is raising troubling new ethical questions.
When I was ten years old I began being groomed by my aunt’s husband as I babysat their children. He eventually raped me at the age of 13.
The discovery of more than 2,200 preserved fetal remains on the property of the late abortionist Dr. Ulrich George Klopfer has shocked the nation and caused pro-life leaders to demand answers to why these babies were preserved, if their mothers knew that their babies’ remains would be treated like this, and how to make sure this doesn’t happen again.
The preliminary hearing in the case against Sandra Merritt, the woman who assisted David Daleiden in exposing the sale of fetal body parts by the abortion industry, is revealing even more horrors about this heartless practice.
As if the controversial Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why, which focuses on teen suicide, sexual assault, rape and violence isn’t bad enough, the show is now incorporating a pro-abortion subplot that whitewashes abortion and makes the pro-life movement look like a bunch of “crazies.”
Within minutes of Planned Parenthood’s announcement on Monday that it was withdrawing from the Title X program due to new pro-life rules, the industry and it’s friends in the media launched an all-out misinformation campaign designed to convince women that the sky is now falling on reproductive health in America.
The process of in vitro fertilization (IVF) may result in helping infertile couples conceive, but the price paid for this unnatural procedure is being paid by millions of human embryos that have been created and are now abandoned in a state of frozen limbo in the nation’s storage facilities.