By Dave Andrusko Gathering in more than 200 locations, a massive crowd estimated at nearly 2 million people rallied on the streets of Argentina Saturday for the annual March for Life. Argentina is Pope Francis’ native land. The enormous crowd gathered under the banner “In Defence of the Two Lives,” a reference to protecting the …Continue reading "2,000,000 people rally for life in Argentina"
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” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked. In what even the New York Times described …Continue reading "Argentine Senate Rejects Bill to legalize Abortion through 14 weeks"
By Jonathan Van Maren August 17, 2018 –Last week, the senate of Argentina rejected the legalization of abortion by a mere handful of votes, sending shockwaves through the abortion movement and triggering wild celebrations from Argentinean pro-lifers who took to the streets by the thousands, waving the blue kerchiefs that had become the symbol of …Continue reading "Argentina pro-lifer reveals strategy behind country rejecting legal abortion"
By Dave Andrusko A clearly unhappy correspondent for Reuters reported earlier today that “Argentine abortion bill loses momentum after senator pulls support.” Hugh Bronstein begins his story noting Prospects faded over the weekend for a bill that would legalize abortion in Argentina, when an opposition senator said she had changed her mind and would vote …Continue reading "Senator’s change of heart may prevent Pro-abortion law from passing in Argentina"
“Nothing good can come when society chooses death as a solution” By Dave Andrusko In June when we last updated the situation in Argentina, following a 23 hour debate, the Chamber of Deputies had just voted 129-125 to legalize abortion on demand for the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. As the Parliamentary Network for Critical …Continue reading "“I’m a doctor, not a murderer” Argentinean physicians say"
By Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues The Chamber of Deputies was the scene of a 23 hour debate on abortion which resulted in a close 129-125 vote to legalize abortion on demand for the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. Abortion is currently allowed in case of rape or when the life or health of the …Continue reading "Deputies in Argentina Vote to Legalize Abortion with Help from the UN"
By Lianne Laurence ARGENTINA, March 27, 2018 — Hundreds of thousands of Argentinians filled the streets in 200 cities across the predominantly Catholic country on Palm Sunday to march for life and against a bill to legalize abortion now before its national Congress. While 50,000 marched in the capital Buenos Aires — formerly the diocese …Continue reading "Hundreds of thousands march to protest legalized abortion in Argentina"