Spain’s New Abortion on Demand Law Takes Effect Amid Controversy by LifeSiteNews.com By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman MADRID, July 6, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A new abortion law which will allow the deadly procedure to be provided on demand during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy came into effect in Spain yesterday amid controversy about its constitutionality. The governor of the region of Murcia, as well as other regional and provincial governments, have implied that they will not fully comply with the law unless it is confirmed as constitutional by the nation’s Constitutional Tribunal. The President of Murcia, Ramon Luis Valcarcel, said […]
January 3, 2014 (National Right to Life News) – Here is a nice story to usher in the new year, courtesy of a friend who passed the account along to me. By now, Mary Helen Bowers has no doubt delivered her baby, always an uplifting story. But in this case there is a wrinkle. A former ballerina she has used her Instagram account (balletbeautiful) to chronicle the growth of her unborn baby. And (as of December 19) at nine months pregnant Bowers was “dancing a lovely pas de deux with her unborn baby’! “I just love knowing that when I’m […]
Today's blog posts: We won’t kill anybody: overcoming the civil rights disconnect – Fr. Frank Pavone At nine months pregnant former ballerina “dancing a lovely pas de deux with her unborn baby” – Dave Andrusko Australia’s Dr. Death is exporting suicide kits to the U.S. – Alex Schadenberg Chinese doctor caught buying/selling newborn babies – Wesley J. Smith
Our nation again approaches the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday, and I will again be with Dr. King's family on that day. Many people understand the connection between the civil rights movement and the pro-life movement thanks to the work of Dr. Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King, Jr. Her father, Rev. A.D. Williams King, was Martin's brother. She began working with me fulltime at Priests for Life as our Director of African-American Outreach in 2004. She and I have been together with her family at many events both happy and sad, including the annual observances […]
Let us hope and pray and work to ensure that this child receives the emergency surgical assistance she needs in order to breathe, so that she can be moved to a place where the living are acknowledged as precious for their own sake alone.