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One in three female voters wants a party to win her vote on abortion

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True and False Abortion History

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What’s really going on with abortion and the Supreme Court?

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The Fallacy of “Pro Choice” New York

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A Double Feature on YouTube, the Abortion Pill, and Miscarriage

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“April Is the Cruellest Month”

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In Vitro Fertilization and the Law

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The Eclipse of God?

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Abortion Pills and the Supreme Court

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Prenatal Lives Count … At Least Sometimes

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Stopping the Abortion Pill–A Major Step Forward

    A major decision was just issued by the Fifth Circuit in the abortion pill case. This is the lawsuit filed by pro-life doctors challenging the Food and Drug Administration’s shifting safety standards for the use of mifepristone (a/k/a Mifeprex). It...
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What Happened in Ohio? Pro-Lifers Face Uphill Battle in November

    The defeat August 8 of Issue 1 (raising requirements for approval of referendum-initiated state constitutional amendments) will make Ohio pro-lifers’ work to defeat a radical pro-abortion amendment to their state constitution on the November 7 ballot that much...
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Calligrapher of Life

  A few weeks ago, I attended the world premier of “Tomo ni Ikiru: Shoka Kanazawa Shoko,” a documentary about the life and work of Kanazawa Shoko, the world’s greatest living calligrapher. The title means “Living Side by Side.” During opening remarks, the film’s director...
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In Praise of Things Breaking Down

  My father was a master grade electrician and for a while he worked at the Ballantine brewing facility in Newark, N.J. Once, during a family car trip, he pointed it out as we passed by. I remember a huge expanse of buildings and cylindrical structures. He said an important...
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Pro-life Priests

    I’ve always admired the title of the organization “Priests for Life”—let’s not go into the controversies or scandals—as an ingenious name because it is a fundamentally priestly role to be for life. And what I mean by a “priestly” role here is not specifically...
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Children Are Not the Future (They Are the Present)

  “We need to take care of the children; after all, they are the future.” Lots of people say this—you may have said it yourself. It’s a common sentiment in the church, I’ve found. When talking about Sunday school or catechism (or whatever a particular church calls it),...
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