Just as the U.S. Senate appears to be on the verge of passing the controversial Respect for Marriage Act (RFMA), a group of 12 senators are calling for a delay in the vote until a new amendment can be considered that will ensure religious freedom to those who oppose same-sex marriage.
In a first-of-its-kind procedure, doctors were able to save the life of an unborn baby girl who was diagnosed with the same deadly genetic disease that took the life of two of her siblings. Read the rest…
A new report by a pro-abortion group named #WeCount found that the number of abortions dropped dramatically since the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization overturned Roe v. Wade.
A Christian cake designer from Bakersfield, California was awarded a major First Amendment victory when a Superior Court decided she had the right to refuse to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding because it violated her sincerely held religious beliefs.
In spite of a record 500 percent increase in the number of complications related to chemical abortion drugs, Planned Parenthood is planning to open a mobile abortion clinic in southern Illinois where they will dispense abortion pills to women out of a roaming RV where no follow up care is provided.
The FBI and Department of Justice are coming under heavy criticism in the wake of an FBI raid on the home of pro-life activist, Mark Houck, of Kintnersville, Pennsylvania for trumped-up charges while doing nothing about far more serious attacks on Catholic churches and pregnancy care centers perpetrated by pro-abortion activists earlier this summer.
The month of August saw two significant court victories dealing with religious liberty; a case involving a Catholic school employee who was terminated after he entered a same-sex union, and a Catholic health care network that was being forced to perform abortions and gender reassignment surgery against their religious beliefs. In both cases, the courts decided in favor of protecting religious freedom.
Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City has launched a vigorous defense of Church teaching in a recently published rebuttal against charges made by prominent Jewish Rabbi Mark H. Levin regarding abortion law in the state of Kansas.