Ronaldo’s mother speaks about almost aborting football star

By Right to Life UK Mother of football star Cristiano Ronaldo has spoken out about almost choosing to abort her son. In the documentary Ronaldo, the footballer’s mother, Maria Dolores, admitted that when she fell pregnant with Cristiano, she did not want another child. She said in the Ronaldo documentary: “He is a child that …

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Woman awakens from coma on the same day that life-support was to be withdrawn

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition I have listened, over the years, to many people who have contacted to discuss whether they should discontinue life-sustaining treatment for a person when they are the Power of Attorney for Personal Care. These are never easy discussions. In these circumstances I will listen to the concerns …

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The price we pay when we break the “most intimate, most sacred, and most self-sacrificing relationship of all”

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This is the latest in our ongoing series where we look back at what ran in NRL News Today one year ago. I think you will come away having benefitted from a review of a book that teaches timeless lessons. “The presumed stripping of personhood from embryos has other frightening …

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A legacy of love and grit and a refusal to give in

Were it not for my courageous, intrepid grandmother I would not be here today By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation She was a poor immigrant and English was her second language. In fact, she had only completed fifth grade when she was forced to leave school in order to care for her …

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Love is powerful and unstoppable and will triumph in the end

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It was one of those moments that captivated the heart, demonstrating what love looks like in practice. I was sitting in church when all of a sudden I spied a tiny boy toddling up the steps of the altar. He seemed so confident and self-assured for …

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WATCH: Emotional video as father and son meet ‘miracle’ baby girl

By Nancy Flanders  An emotional video of a father and son meeting their new daughter/sister for the first time after her birth has gone viral and brought millions of viewers to tears.  Posted on Instagram by João Prudêncio Neto, the father of the newborn baby girl, and shared by Baby Adorable, the video has now been viewed over …

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“A Thing I’ll Never Understand”: the tragedy of an unborn life cut short

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This ran previously, but as it happens, I am re-watching the entire “Longmire” series beginning with the first episode before Netflix decides to cease streaming a series it stopping producing original programming for several years back. I will never forget this episode. When an actress plays a woman on a …

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NBC Drama Perfectly Captures Unplanned Beauty in Unplanned Parenthood

By Alexa Moutevelis This week, NBC’s newest heartfelt drama stood athwart the culture of death that says unplanned babies ruin lives with a powerful expression of the beauty of parenthood. NBC’s Ordinary Joe centers around Joe Kimbreau (James Wolk) and his three parallel lives based upon what decision he made at college graduation. In all …

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Olympic athlete was pregnant when she won a silver medal in Tokyo

By Nancy Flanders Olympic athlete Elinor Barker took home the silver medal in the women’s team pursuit track cycling event at the Tokyo Olympics and she just revealed she was pregnant while she achieved this feat. The pregnancy, said Barker, was a surprise because she has endometriosis, which can make it difficult to become pregnant. …

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WATCH: Professor holds student’s baby during class because ‘it takes a village’

By Bridget Sielicki  A viral video from January 2020 is becoming popular again as it shows how the kindness of a college professor made it possible for one mom to attend her college classes. Imani Lamarr told ABC 6 that her upcoming graduation from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania is thanks in part to the help she received from …

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