Category Archives: Infants

One-hour-old “Baby Hope” left in Safe Haven Box, doing well

For a busy volunteer fire volunteer fire department “this one call made their year” By Dave Andrusko It’s a good thing perseverance won out at the Coolspring Township Volunteer Fire Department in La Porte County, Indiana. According

The right to the baby we want

By Wesley J. Smith Whenever I write about the underregulated multi-billion-dollar infertility industry, I receive anguished emails from women who can’t become pregnant, declaring that they “would do anything to have a baby.” I can certainly empathize

Babies like Silas, diagnosed with treatable conditions, are aborted every day. They deserve a chance at life.

By Feleica Langdon (Secular Pro-Life) After three years of secondary infertility, Heather Iverson and her husband finally got to see two little lines. They were absolutely overjoyed, and so was their daughter, who was getting promoted to

Ireland: Committee votes “not to retain the Eighth Amendment in Full”

A pro-life senator called the vote “a disgrace” By Society for the Protection of Unborn Children–SPUC Editor’s note. Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil are political parties. The Oireachtas [Parliament]Committee currently considering the Eighth Amendment to Ireland’s constitution,

9-month-pregnant woman gives birth two days after escaping Las Vegas massacre by crawling across a field

By Dave Andrusko Amidst the mindless bloodshed in Las Vegas at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival, there were innumerable stories of incredible bravery, the kind that simple humble you. Here is a story that is

Mother of five gives birth to conjoined twins

The family-of-seven welcomed two new additions to their family after Heather gave birth to conjoined twins earlier this month.

“Abortion was never an option,” father says By Dave Andrusko During her first trimester Heather Kroeger, already the mother of five ages 4 to 17, found out that she was pregnant with twins. Her husband, Jason Kroeger,

Every baby is a little miracle…

By Dave Andrusko When we were back in Minnesota last month for our annual vacation, we visited our niece and her brand new baby boy. It was like old times watching her (and my sister, her mother)

Michigan’s Safe Delivery law continues to save babies’ lives

By Right to Life of Michigan Last Monday the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced that the 200th infant has been surrendered under Michigan’s Safe Delivery of Newborns Act since 2001. Michigan’s Safe Delivery law

Under pressure, British NHS finally agrees to pay for surgery for toddler with exceedingly rare heart condition

Oliver's parents had been frantically fundraising to pay for the surgery themselves CREDIT: TELEGRAPH

Olivier Cameron will go to Boston’s Children’s Hospital By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through August 25. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will

RIP Charlie Gard, “the absolute warrior”

Chris Gard clutched one of his son's toy monkeys as he listened to Katie Gollop, the attorney for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This appears in the August digital edition of National Right to Life News. Please read the entire 42-page issue and pass it along using your social media contacts. At first glance it

Mere materialism would never explain Connie and Chris’s battle on behalf of Charlie Gard

Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury

Archbishop of Canterbury: “My heart breaks for Charlie Gard’s family” By Dave Andrusko A colleague passed along a link to a story that appeared The Guardian newspaper under the tender headline, “Archbishop of Canterbury: my heart breaks

Connie Yates: “We should be planning Charlie’s first birthday but instead we’re planning his funeral”

Chris Gard clutched one of his son's toy monkeys as he listened to Katie Gollop, the attorney for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

By Dave Andrusko I should have known why Connie Yates, Charlie Gard’s mom, always brought one of Charlie’s two toy monkeys with her to each court appearance before Justice Nicholas Francis. The Daily Mail told us why yesterday: