• Archbishop George Lucas: Abortion remains a preeminent moral concern

    Professors Miller and Salzman of Creighton University (Midlands Voices essay, Oct. 27) have come to a conclusion about candidates for whom to vote this year. We should each approach this important act of citizenship prayerfully, having formed our consciences according to the age-old beliefs of... Read more
  • I was pressured to abort my children. For my first baby, I gave in.

    Motherhood is never easy — don’t let anyone tell you otherwise! It looks a little different for every woman, but for more of us than not, our journey to and through motherhood can be a challenge. Mine certainly has... Read more
  • Poland’s leader wants churches defended, condemns protests

    WARSAW, Poland — Poland’s powerful ruling party leader urged his supporters Tuesday to defend the predominantly Catholic nation’s churches, potentially setting the stage for clashes with demonstrators angry at a court ruling that severely restricts abortions. The call Tuesday by... Read more
  • Children who faced abortion baptized in Spain

    Fourteen children whose mothers considered abortion were baptized last month in Madrid by the city’s archbishop, Cardinal Carlos Osoro. The newly baptized are children of women in vulnerable situations who considered abortion during their pregnancies. They were aided by the Más Futuro... Read more
  • Biden doubles down on abortion law pledge

    Former vice president Joe Biden, the Democratic Party’s nominee for president, repeated his pledge to codify a right to abortion into federal law should the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision be overturned by the Supreme Court. Speaking at an outdoor town hall event airing on... Read more
  • Planned Parenthood Whistleblower Sues Abortion Giant For Defamation

    The Center for Medical Progress and undercover journalist David Daleiden are suing Planned Parenthood for defamation after the abortion provider told media outlets Daleiden “manufacture[d]” and “created” a “false smear campaign” in releasing video footage of PPFA employees... Read more
  • The Unconventional Mission of ‘Sister Dede’

    Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts Sister Deirdre “Dede” Byrne made national headlines when she delivered a speech at the Republican National Convention that portrayed unborn children as “the largest marginalized group in the world.” Her speech came a week after the... Read more
  • Mexico City Policy is working, federal report finds

    Pro-life conditions on U.S. health aid have not resulted in significant gaps in health care provision, and foreign NGOs have broadly accepted the provisions, multiple federal agencies reported on Tuesday.  The Departments of State and Health and Human Services (HHS), along with the U.S.... Read more
  • Austin City Council reroutes taxpayer funding from police budget to ‘abortion access’

    The City Council of Austin, Texas, voted unanimously this week to cut the city police department’s budget and transferred a portion of that funding to groups that help women access abortion. According to the Texas Tribune, the Council agreed to cut about $150 million from the Austin... Read more
  • Federal court rules Arkansas abortion restrictions can take effect

     A federal court of appeals has removed an injunction blocking four Arkansas abortion regulations from going into effect. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruled Friday to reinstate the 2017 Arkansas laws. They can take effect August 28, although they may still face... Read more