Tag Archives: Alfie Evans

On day before Father’s Day, Tom Evans speaks out about Alfie

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on our vacation through September 7. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” —

Alfie Evans and the Shocking UK Gosport Independent Panel Report

By Nancy Valko The Baby Alfie Evans’s case this year shocked the world but now we learn his forced death against his parents’ wishes follows a legal and healthcare nightmare in the UK. Some of us expressed concerns

Hundreds of well-wishers say goodbye to Alfie, the “little warrior” who died five days after his ventilator was disconnected

By Dave Andrusko It is a tribute not only to “Alfie’s Army” but also to all those who came to Liverpool today that the privacy of Tom Evans and Kate James was respected as they conducted a

“Alfie Evans: the boy who brought the world together”

By Dave Andrusko The last months of Alfie Evans’ all-too-brief life were played out in the public domain. How could it have been otherwise when Tom Evans and Kate James were fighting the entire judicial and medical

From “Choice” To “No Choice”–Lessons from the Baby Alfie Evans Case

By Nancy Valko Defending the UK High Court’s order allowing Alder Hay Children’s Hospital to withdraw life support from Baby Alfie Evans and refusing to even allow his parents to take him home, Dr. Ranj Singh of

“Conspiracy Against Life”

By Chelsy Gomez In recent weeks, the eyes of the world were drawn to Liverpool, England as the life of 23-month-old Alfie Evans hung in the balance. Despite drawing support from across the world, including from Pope

Carrie Buck and the old eugenics, Alfie Evans and the new eugenics

By Dave Andrusko About once a week my search for “Today in History” turns up a reminder, positive or negative, of something that pro-lifers should carefully ponder. Ninety one years ago today, in Buck v. Bell, the

Alfie Evans: the NHS, from the cradle to the grave?

Does the controversial case represent the failure of Britain’s public health system? By Ann Farmer Following the death at Alder Hey Hospital of little Alfie Evans, who had a rare neurological condition, Christina Odone recalled her brother

Alfie Evans a Victim of the Technocracy

By Wesley J. Smith The death of Alfie Evans, forced off life support by doctors, bioethicists, and judges — strangers — and denied the right to have his care decisions made by his parents, brings health care

The impact of Alfie Evans

By Right to Life of Michigan The story of Alfie Evans in the United Kingdom shocked and captivated an international audience. His death on April 28 was tragic, leaving his parents and countless people across the globe

Alfie Evans: Rest in Peace

By Dave Andrusko Alfie Evans died one month short of his second birthday. The little boy spent most of his brief life in the Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool, England. At the end of this story,

In Memory of Alfie Evans, We Must Press Forward

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I will never forget that night. My baby daughter, who had been battling a bad cold, was struggling for breath. In the emergency room, surrounded by children in similar