The President of Guatemala, Dr. Alejandro Giammattei, has added his country to the Geneva Consensus Declaration. The Declaration has been joined by 36 countries and declares that “abortion is not an international right.” THANK YOU #GUATEMALA.@UN@OAS_official@DrGiammatteiContinue reading "Thank you, Guatemala!"
By Lisa Bourne Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch filed a reply brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the Dobbs case Wednesday, emphasizing the need to overturn Roe v. Wade and its companion Planned Parenthood v. Casey. Fitch also argued in the brief that abortion policymaking is “for the people to decide.” “Finally forced to defend …Continue reading "Mississippi attorney general to SCOTUS: Get rid of Roe, Casey, let the people decide"
By Bonnie Finnerty, Education Director, Pennsylvania Pro-life Federation Brad was his name. He was the first student I ever taught who had Down syndrome. I was just entering my second year of full-time teaching. I held a Reading Specialist certificate and had taken several special education courses. So one might think I’d feel well prepared. …Continue reading "Why are we so afraid of Down syndrome?"
By John Stonestreet with Roberto Rivera Perhaps the most helpful framework I know of in wrestling with moral issues comes from T.S. Eliot. Before we can know what to do with something, we must know what that something is for. For example, before we decide what we should do with human life (whether we should …Continue reading "The Problem with Talking about Right and Wrong"
By Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Catherine Daub, from the United States, has said that her eighth living child, William, who has Down’s syndrome, is her “greatest pro-life work”. Raising him has dispelled the negative assumptions about the condition that society and the media have imposed on the West. William was a surprise …Continue reading "Raising son with Down’s syndrome my “greatest pro-life work” says mother"
By Right to Life UK Britain’s largest private abortion provider, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), has been awarded the ‘Women’s Health’ award for their role in the promotion and administration of their ‘DIY’ home abortion scheme. At the 13th annual The BMJ Awards (British Medical Journal), the abortion provider received its award for its …Continue reading "UK’s largest abortion provider awarded by British Medical Journal for ‘Do-It-Yourself’ abortion scheme"
By David Lejeune, President, James LeJeune Foundation USA Sadly, people with genetic disorders, and Down syndrome in particular, are often aborted simply because of their disability. Many people think that embryos are simply a “blob of cells” and not a distinct human life; or they believe that the value of human life is tied to …Continue reading "Announcing: A new pro-life resource just in time for Down Syndrome Awareness Month!"
Isabella VanOrman is a fighter, there is no doubt about it. Born with Trisomy 18, the chromosomal condition more commonly known as Edward’s Syndrome, there was a 90 percent chance she would never see her first birthday, but at three years old, Isabella has beaten the odds time and time again. Like many children diagnosed …Continue reading "Isabella is proof that doctors can be wrong and that children with chromosomal conditions can thrive, if only given the chance"
Editor’s note. The following was published by the All Party Parliamentary Group for Dying Well on October 11. A recent briefing makes several claims. Claim 1: “People with disabilities are not generally opposed to assisted dying laws” A survey of the views of disability rights organisations on assisted dying found that 94% declined to comment, …Continue reading "Assisted dying “compounds the existing, widespread inequalities in healthcare that disabled people already must endure”"
By Bridget Sielicki Less than a month after Mexico decriminalized abortion, more than 300,000 people gathered in Mexico City to show their support for life at all stages. According to the Catholic News Agency, the total headcount for the March for Women and for Life on October 3 throughout the nation was more than one …Continue reading "AMAZING: Over one million people participated nationwide in Mexico’s pro-life marches"
By Sarah Terzo She writes: “While I soon healed physically from the procedure itself, it has taken many years for me to heal emotionally and spiritually. Not long after having the abortion I became depressed and withdrawn. It became difficult to engage with my daughter or find joy or fun in anything. I also quickly …Continue reading "Renée Smith had an abortion when she was 18"
VOTE PRO-LIFE! Early voting is now open.Continue reading "Hey Virginians, what’s the most pro-life thing you can do this week?"