James Latham Peters, 61, who worked as an anesthetist at the Melbourne abortion centre, was charged with 54 counts each of conduct endangering life, negligence causing serious injury and recklessness causing serious injury.
Former Planned Parenthood Director: Stop Dangerous Telemed Abortions by LifeSiteNews.com Commentary by Abby Johnson June 3, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Abortion is a risky business. It’s risky for the unborn child, of course. But there’s also risk for the woman who undergoes the procedure, and that fact is often ignored by those who promote — and profit from — abortion. Those risks could increase substantially under a new scheme Planned Parenthood has developed for expanding abortion to areas that are not served by its current network of surgical abortion facilities. And Planned Parenthood is certain to downplay these risks because abortion […]
Priests for Life Announce Pro-Life Liturgical iPhone App by LifeSiteNews.com By James Tillman STATEN ISLAND, New York, August 18, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com)—Priests for Life has announced a new app for iPhone and iPad, giving priests easy access to three sets of resources to help them preach, teach, and pray about the pro-life message with their congregations. The first resource is a set of General Intercessions, or “Prayers of the Faithful,” for the Mass, composed according to the guidelines set by the Catholic Church and including a petition for the growth of the culture of life. The second is a short snippet […]
European Court Orders Pro-Life Poland to Compensate Mom Who Was Denied Abortion by LifeSiteNews.com By Meg Jalsevac POLAND, March 20, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The European Court of Human Rights handed down a 6 – 1 ruling today which demanded that Poland compensate a mother who claims she was refused an abortion based on discrimination due to her sex and her visual disability. Poland’s current laws only allow for the unborn child to be killed in its mother’s womb in cases of rape, when the child is seriously malformed, and when the health of the mother would be in grave danger […]
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has agreed to eliminate a very explicit United Nations approved program designed to convince children and adolescents to accept homosexual behavior and transsexualism.
The ad is for a fundraiser to support the work of a Jesuit think-tank that distinguished itself in May 2010 by denouncing Cardinal Marc Ouellet for proclaiming the respect for life of the unborn even in cases of rape.
The farewell episode was appropriate for the woman whose remarkable emotional genius captured a large audience, but whose pseudo-Christian philosophy proved a source of confusion and frustration for conservative Christian America.