Cardinal asks for Resignation of Entire London, England Hospital Board

By Hilary White   LONDON, February 22, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – After three years of investigations and disputes, Cormac Cardinal Murphy O’Connor has asked the entire board of directors of a London Catholic hospital to resign in order to facilitate the implementation of a Catholic ethics code that would preclude abortion referrals, IVF and contraception.   A spokesman for the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster, who is patron of the hospital and the head of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, is quoted by the Guardian saying, “In light of recent difficulties and challenges the cardinal asked the board to resign […]
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Talented British Artist Hangs Herself Due To Grief After Abortion

By Thaddeus M. Baklinski   CORNWALL, UK, February 22, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A young woman, who was considered a talented artist, loved to paint and had sold a number of paintings, was found dead in her home in Helston, Cornwall, UK.   Emma Beck committed suicide on February 1, 2007 after aborting her twin babies in September 2006. She left a suicide note which said, “Living is hell for me. I should never have had an abortion. I see now I would have been a good mum. I told everyone I didn’t want to do it, even at the hospital. […]
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Editorial: Infanticide Goes Mainstream and Why Prolife Arguments Need an Update

By John Jalsevac February 22, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – There was a time, not so long ago, when pro-lifers, in an effort to galvanize the apathetic, would recount to them the disturbing opinions of a certain Princeton professor, Peter Singer, who, amongst other things, has long held that it is ethical to kill disabled newborn children.   For instance, in a 2006 interview Singer was asked point-blank: “Would you kill a disabled baby?” His response? “Yes, if that was in the best interests of the baby and of the family as a whole.” “Many people find this shocking,” he continued, “yet […]
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Brazilian Politicians Issue Pro-Life Manifesto at National Meeting

By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman   BRASILIA, Brazil, February 22, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The first Encounter of Pro-Life Legislators and Governors, which was held on Wednesday in Brazil, has resulted in a pro-life manifesto and a petition for the creation of a parliamentary committee to monitor the problem of clandestine abortions in Brazil.   The meeting was organized by Brazil’s Parliamentary Front for Life, a nationwide organization of pro-life legislators, in response to a proposed law now making its way through the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies. Bill 1135/91 would legalize abortion completely, eliminating criminal penalties in the nation’s penal code.  It […]
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LifeSiteNews.com NewsBytes

* Disclaimer: The linked items below or the websites at which they are located do not necessarily represent the views of LifeSiteNews.com. They are presented only for your information.   Embryonic Stem cells repair stroke damage in rats  https://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20080219.wstrokee0219/BNStory/specialScienceandHealth/?cid=al_gam_nletter_newsUp   Massachusetts Abortionist Relinquishes License In Wake Of Abortion Death Investigation  https://www.operationrescue.org/?p=871   Phill Kline accuses former Kansas Attorney General Paul Morrison of gathering abortionist documents for false purpose  https://www.theolathenews.com/101/story/53039.html   New Loveland, Colorado Facility Provides Help for those Suffering with Emotional Pain, Addictions, and Relationship Issues as a Result of a Past Abortion  https://christiannewswire.com/news/62425746.html   Display compares abortion, genocide  https://www.alligator.org/articles/2008/02/21/news/campus/080221_genocide.txt […]
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Message for Feb. 21

Dear Readers,   We are minus our editor as he has just left for five days to attend a meeting of the Pontifical Academy of Life in Rome. John-Henry will also be meeting with various contacts in Rome in order to develop the LifeSiteNews network of news and information sources and to research stories. Associate editor John Jalsevac is filling in for John-Henry while he is away.   We hope you are adjusting to the changes to the website. It is still undergoing a fair amount of adjusting. Whenever a major update is launched glitches always need to be corrected […]
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