British courts and the hospital insisted any further care was “futile.” Parents disagreed By Dave Andrusko The father of little Indi Gregory paid a beautiful tribute to his “beautiful warrior” at her funeral on Friday. The baby’s passing came after her desperate parents were unsuccessful in their frantic efforts to convince Queen’s Medical Centre hospital and the …Continue reading "Little Indi’s funeral draws tributes for this “beautiful warrior”"
By Kim Schwartz Now, the Alabama woman is double surprised: She’s pregnant with twins, one in each uterus. When Kelsey watched a home pregnancy test turn positive, she shared the news with her husband, Caleb, who has always been “the greatest encourager.” The couple didn’t expect another baby, but Kelsey recalled, “When I told him …Continue reading "1 in 50 Million Odds: Mom Pregnant with Twins Carries Babies in her Two Uteruses"
By Dave Andrusko When even the endlessly pro-abortion New York Times admits that “The first estimate of births since Dobbs found that almost a quarter of women who would have gotten abortions carried their pregnancies to term,” you know the evidence for the pro-life impact of the decision that overturned Roe v. Wade must be solid. Coming from the …Continue reading "Over 30,000 babies saved post-Dobbs, study shows"
Italian journalists offer what they believe were the reasons their country protested the forced death of the baby at the hands of the British government. By Dorothy Cummings McLean ROME (LifeSiteNews) — In the chorus of voices raised in defense of the life of English baby Indi Gregory, the loudest came from Italy. If, like me, …Continue reading "Baby Indi Gregory: Why Italy was so interested in the tragic story of a British 8-month-old"
By David Albert Jones Eight-month-old Indi Gregory died on Monday in Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham, in the UK, after battling mitochondrial disease. She had been the center of a series of legal battles between the hospital and her parents. A judge ruled in favour of the doctors. Her life support was withdrawn and she died soon afterwards. …Continue reading "Another win for UK doctors over the rights of parents grieving for a disabled child"
To their great shame, the Government of Great Britain has again hastened a child’s death against the parent’s wishes. We offer prayers for the family of sweet Indi Gregory.Continue reading "May Alfie and Charlie welcome her home"
Did not allow her to die at home By Dave Andrusko Not the government of Italy, the Vatican, nor the prayers of people around the world was enough to convince legal authorities in Great Britain to allow little Indi Gregory to die at home. Born on February 24, Indi had a rare metabolic disorder known as mitochondrial disease. …Continue reading "Over her parents’ furious objections, British Courts authorize the removal of Indi Gregory’s life support"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Just received news of a depressing decision by the UK Court of Appeals. The three justices turned down the request of parents Dean Gregory and Claire Staniforth to be allowed to take their critically ill 8-month-old daughter Indi Gregory off of life support at home. “The grounds of appeal are entirely without …Continue reading "Courts turn down appeal of British parents to be allowed to take their critically ill child home to die"
By Christian Concern At the last moment, a Court of Appeal judge has given Indi’s family permission to appeal where life-support can be removed, and, it is understood, could also consider the Italian intervention in the case. This will be heard at 12 noon tomorrow (10 November). Indi Gregory’s Italian guardian has made an urgent application …Continue reading "Indi’s Italian Guardian makes urgent appeal to prevent removal of life support"
By Pattie Barrett, Texas Right to Life Big things can come in small packages. Such was the case recently in Hobbs, New Mexico, when a brave new mother in crisis pulled down on the handle of a special “box” at a fire station to place her newborn son. The baby box is a temperature-controlled incubator …Continue reading "Firefighters Save Newborn Just Months After Station Installs “Safe Haven Baby Box”"
By Bridget Sielicki A British judge has denied a request from a couple hoping to bring their critically ill baby to Italy for treatment. Indi Gregory, an eight-month-old little girl, is fighting a rare mitochondrial disease. Her parents, Dean Gregory and Claire Staniforth, have been involved in a court battle with doctors at Nottingham University Hospital’s NHS Foundation Trust, who …Continue reading "Judge denies treatment outside country for another critically ill British baby"
By Bridget Sielicki When Florida mom Andi Mahoney was 20 weeks pregnant, she was given devastating news: her preborn daughter, Emmie, had a condition called bilateral renal agenesis. The condition meant Emmie didn’t have kidneys — and therefore, doctors said, had no chance of surviving past birth. “It’s universally fatal,” Mahoney told 11 Alive. “So, we grieved. We thought …Continue reading "Mom fights for baby with life-limiting diagnosis, who is now thriving: ‘I didn’t think twice’"