The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) joined with other medical societies last week in issuing a statement asserting that abortion is an essential health-care service and should not be put on hold as the nation deals with the spread of Coronavirus by postponing elective surgeries.
The abortion industry has been more successful than many other propaganda groups in making lies take hold in the public imagination through repetition.
20 States, 207 Congressmen and Millions of Americans Want SCOTUS to Uphold Law Saving Babies From Abortion
It’s been a full day in DC, both at the Supreme Court and at the National Press Club.
LifeNews Note: Priests for Life recently hosted a meeting with pro-life leaders and activists. They released the following statement to encourage pro-life Americans to continue fighting and praying to end abortion:
In his now infamous appearance on ABC's "The View" earlier this month, Democratic presidential hopeful, former South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, was asked when in pregnancy an abortion would become unthinkable to him.
As the 2411 aborted babies found on the properties of abortionist Ulrich Klopfer are laid to rest, it’s some measure of comfort to know that each of them has been named, by pro-life people across the nation. Priests for Life and Citizens for a Pro-life Society invited grassroots pro-life people to offer a name for these children in the weeks following the discovery. And it didn’t take long.
Florida is on the verge of passing a law that would require one parent to consent to a minor daughter’s abortion. This is an important step toward restoring the rights of parents in the Sunshine state.
The following are the remarks Father Frank Pavone gave to tens of thousands of pro-life advocates at the Walk for Life West Coast:
Today we march!