Despite all the hype surrounding the repeal of Ireland’s abortion ban, the first week of legal abortion in that country found only 179 doctors willing to perform the procedure with the remaining 95 percent saying they want no part in it.
This Friday, June 22, Catholics across America will kick off the seventh annual Fortnight for Freedom and will do so after a year of impressive gains in religious freedom which prove that prayerful action really can make a difference in our world!
If you believe that no one should be forced to participate in medical practices such as abortion in violation of their conscience, then you need to make your voice heard by submitting a comment to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in support of a new rule that will insure the protection of conscience rights.
President Donald J. Trump made history today by being the first sitting president to address the March for Life. While standing in the Rose Garden, flanked by a large group of young families, he told the marchers that the annual event was a movement “born out of love” and called the thousands of marchers, “special, special people.”
Christians who live in the state of Mississippi and who support the biblical definition of marriage no longer have to fear reprisal by the government or homosexual activists after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to disturb a state law protecting their freedom of conscience.
A critical vote will be taken today on the “Respect for the Rights of Conscience Act of 2011” which could be tabled and never reach the Senate floor for a vote.
Despite a court-issued restraining order, a group of nurses who sued a New Jersey hospital for forcing them to assist in abortions say they are still being compelled to participate in the procedures.