Category Archives: Religious

Moral acceptability of abortion varies widely among Protestant denominations, Gallup finds

Acceptance of Moral Issues Varies by Protestant Denomination Numbers represent % "Morally acceptable"

“Mainline” denominations far more accepting By Dave Andrusko An analysis by Gallup of aggregated data from Gallup’s annual “Values and Beliefs” surveys, conducted each May since 2001 finds that “Mainline Protestants” are far more “liberal” on moral

10 things a new generation of Christians should know about abortion

By Dave Andrusko Today I received in the mail the quarterly edition of “LifeWatch,” the pro-life newsletter complied by the formidable Rev. Paul Stallsworth, a pastor in the United Methodist Church who has appeared at many National

Some thoughts on how a Pastor might first broach the abortion issue with his congregation

Rev. Paul Stallsworth

By Reverend Paul Stallsworth Editor’s note. National Right to Life’s annual convention is rapidly approaching. The site is Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 29-July 1. Please go to for information and to to register online. There are

Pope Francis says no ends can “justify the destruction of human embryos”

By Dave Andrusko Tip of the hat to The Crux for a fine story about Pope Francis’s uplifting visit last week with a group of people suffering from Huntington’s Disease and their families at the Vatican’s Paul VI

Performing Abortion is “God’s Work?” The Real Story of Christianity and Abortion

The shame is not that evangelicals hold these pro-life convictions now. The shame is that there was ever any evangelical equivocation on such a matter of life and death and human dignity. By Albert Mohler, President, Southern

Pope John Paul: A Great Man Who Could Have Been Aborted

Pope John Paul II

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. This appeared in the May digital edition of National Right to Life News. Be sure to read the entire 41-page issue and pass it along to pro-life

Younger Evangelical Protestants just as staunchly pro-life as Older Evangelical Protestants

By Dave Andrusko When you read Pew Research polls on anything having to do with our issues, you have to read very, very carefully–and all the way to the end. And that includes an analysis posted yesterday

Pope Francis again affirms “Every life is sacred. Let us promote a culture of life”

By Dave Andrusko In an address linked to the Italian observance of the “Day of Life,” Pope Francis said, “Every life is sacred. Let us promote a culture of life.” Addressing thousands gathered in St. Peter’s Square

New U.S. bishops’ president: ‘Pro-life issues are very dear to me’

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, the new president of the U.S. Catholic bishops' conference, speaks to the press after his election.

By Claire Chretien Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that appeared at LifeSiteNews and is reposted with permission. BALTIMORE, Maryland, November 15, 2016 – The newly elected President and Vice President of the United States

Abortion: the paramount issue of our day

Fr. John Lankeit

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This appeared in the digital “Election Issue” of National Right to Life News. There are minor changes to update the story which first ran Friday. If you haven’t voted, it is imperative

Holy See: Sustainable Development Must Be Based on Respect for Life

By Marie Smith, Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues On the one year anniversary of the United Nations’ adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the Holy See elaborated its view of the principles in the outcome

Archbishop Chaput–“Evil cannot bear the counter-witness of truth”

Archbishop Charles Chaput

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. We ran this last week, but the response was so overwhelming, I wanted to post it a second time for readers who may have missed it the first time or for newcomers.