NEWSworthy: France Constitutionally Enshrines Abortion

    On March 4 I received an Apple News alert on my phone. There was an image of the Eiffel Tower lit up and a headline noting, “France Becomes First Country in World to Enshrine Abortion in Constitution.” The historic landmark was lit up with the words, “My Body, My...
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Supreme Court to Hear Idaho Abortion Case

  The U.S. Supreme Court is set this month to hear arguments involving a pro-life law in Idaho that makes it a crime for medical professionals to perform abortions. The decision will likely play a role in the upcoming presidential and congressional races in November. In...
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Get Singing!

  The opening verse of Psalm 96 provides a fitting message as we begin the Year of the Lord 2024: “O sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the earth!” To sing a new song is to give voice to a new tune and lyrics. Something not heard before will now be offered to...
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Stealth Eugenic Euthanasia of Disabled Infants

  In political science, there is a concept known as the “Overton Window.” Named after the professor who first suggested it, the idea is that the public discussion or advocacy of policies must take place within a range of opinions that are generally accepted by society as...
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Georgia’s ‘heartbeat’ abortion ban can stand for now, state Supreme Court rules

  The Supreme Court of Georgia upheld the state’s law that generally protects preborn babies from abortions once a heartbeat is detected, typically around six weeks into the pregnancy. The Oct. 24 ruling allows the law to remain in effect while court challenges continue. The...
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Abortion Ads Misinform Ahead of Ohio’s Issue 1 Ballot Initiative

  Ohio’s Issue 1 ballot initiative, on which voters will decide on November 7, is already contentious enough. The proposed constitutional amendment would enshrine a right to abortion in Ohio’s state constitution and remove virtually every safeguard, including required...
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The Guadalupe Project at Catholic University

  In the days leading up to the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, leaders at The Catholic University of America asked ourselves: What can Catholic University do to meet this historic moment? How might we lead with love in our response...
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Opting Out of Mother’s Day

    Though it may be known for showers, a tempest broke out in late April on social media over emails that leading retailers (including DoorDash, Kay Jewelers, Hallmark, and Levi’s) sent to customers offering them the opportunity to “opt out” of potentially “triggering”...
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The Matter of Life

The Matter of Life is what the pro-life movement needs: an intelligent, eminently reasonable and persuasive look at what is really involved in the matter of abortion.  Featuring activists who break the sterotypes and pro-life leaders who exude compassion and common sense,  it...
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For the love of women . . . please . . . prove me wrong.

(The following is reprinted from a Facebook post with the permission of Destiny Herndon-de la Rosa, president and founder of  of New Wave Feminists.) I’m terrified that if Roe is overturned, pro-lifers will think their job is done when in reality, it’s just the beginning of our...
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