The pope, the president, and the right to life

Pope Francis and President Obama met in Rome today, and the meeting has naturally generated commentary, both before and after the fact, including by the President himself at the National Prayer Breakfast last month. I am confident that the meeting itself will bear good fruit. I am not so confident that the commentary about it will bear as much fruit. What I mean is that I believe we are heading for a media and blogosphere circus in which commentary after commentary will reinforce the error that we can promote “human rights” and “social justice” while ignoring the most fundamental right of the most […]
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We welcome an open debate: the more facts Canadians have on euthanasia, the more they oppose it

Steven Fletcher MP intends to introduce two private members bills to legalize euthanasia and assisted suicide. Based on the order of precedence, Mr. Fletcher's euthanasia bills will not have time to be voted-on in parliament. Mr Fletcher has introduced these bills to create a debate on the issues in Canada. Sign the Declaration of Hope to oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide. The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition (EPC) welcomes an open and forthright debate that provides all information and facts concerning euthanasia and assisted suicide. We are not interested in a one-sided debate. The more facts and information that Canadians have about […]
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DAY 23: The biggest change is in us

The next time you’re at an airport, look for Steve Karlen! And if you see him, why not buy him a cup of coffee? It seems like Steve, our North American outreach director, has been traveling a lot during this 40 Days for Life campaign. And he still has a bunch more stops to make before Day 40. Here’s Steve’s account of his visits to campaigns in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. ——————————————————- MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY ——————————————————-               We had a great turnout in Morristown – despite the rain! This is the first 40 Days […]
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