LifeChain Sunday – A Contradiction to Today’s Culture

Opinion By Hilary White TORONTO, October 2, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – When I came out of the café I and my friends frequent after Sunday Mass yesterday, the weather was so lovely that I decided it would not be worth going home for the two hours I had before LifeChain. So I shopped. I Sunday-shopped. What else does one do in this day and age, in the beating heart of Canada’s largest commercial metropolis? There is a little second hand bookstore in which I like to kill time and hard-earned paycheques and despite the heavy preponderance of Marxism in the political […]
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South African Nurse Seeks Appeals Court Hearing for Job Loss over Abortion Refusal

By Gudrun Schultz JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, October 2, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A South African nurse who says she was forced to resign from a senior position at a Vereeniging hospital after refusing to participate in abortions was granted leave to take her case against the Health Department to the Labour Appeals Court, IOL news reported Friday, with files from SABC news. Wilhemien Charles, together with Doctors for Life, in 2004 charged the Kopanong hospital and the health department with having “discriminated against her Christian beliefs” after she refused to participate in abortions because of her religious beliefs. She said she […]
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Report Shows Forced Abortions Routine in North Korea Women’s Prisons

By Gudrun Schultz PYONGYANG, North Korea, October 2, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Pregnant women imprisoned under the communist regime in North Korea routinely face forced abortions, a recent report by a South Korean lawyers’ association stated, in the first report the group has released on human rights conditions in The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. The survey conducted by the Korean Bar Association relied on two years of data collection and interviews with 100 North Koreans who had defected to the South after 2000, the Korean Times reported. According to statements by defectors, 57.7 percent indicated they had witnessed or heard […]
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