Post-Abortion woman: “our grief shows the humanity of the unborn”

By Sarah Terzo From a post-abortive woman named Bernadette: “I became pregnant in my late teens, and 10 weeks into the pregnancy I had an abortion. A trusted doctor assured me that the procedure would be simple, effective, with no after effects. I was never told that abortion would lead to deep depression, that every …

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Planned Parenthood Official Upset that New Technology can “personalize” the unborn

By Sarah Terzo Pro-life writer Prof. William Brennan wrote: “At a National Abortion Federation meeting in May 1982, Alfred Moran, Executive Vice President of Planned Parenthood of New York, warned his cohorts that “we are prepared to begin to recognize that technology and medical sciences and perceptions of fetal viability are radically changing in our …

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Babies missing from “body broker” Rathburn’s trial

By Right to Life of Michigan Arthur Rathburn’s trial is underway in federal court in Detroit. The “body broker” is alleged to have knowingly sold a cadaver infected with HIV and Hepatitis to a medical conference, where attendees would have used the body for a cadaver lab. Rathburn is facing 10 counts related to his business …

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Mother angry she might have aborted based on misdiagnosis

Little Kyla-Shae Anderson born perfectly healthy By Dave Andrusko Kamelia Walters, 25, from Croydon, South London, said she always knew that her unborn baby was alright. But following an ultrasound in 2016, “I was so scared when I first got told” by doctors at St George’s Hospital that her baby’s bones “were fractured in the …

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The unborn is a human being: What science tells us about unborn children

By Paul Stark Before we can know how to treat unborn children (an ethical question), we must know what they are biologically. This is a question of science. Here’s what science tells us about the unborn. Why the unborn is a human being When a sperm successfully fertilizes an oocyte (egg), a new cell, called …

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Irish PM: Unborn are not equal, but should have rights

The Irish PM has made yet more contradictory remarks on abortion. Editor’s note. This comes from our friends at the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. The Eight Amendment to the Irish Constitution mentioned in the story protects the equal right to life of the mother and unborn child, and is estimated to have …

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Pro-abortion advocate refuses to believe picture of preborn child is real

By Sarah Terzo Pro-life author Randy Alcorn talks about how pictures show the humanity of preborn children, and how pro-choicers don’t like to face that reality: [D]enial remains surprisingly strong. When I showed an intrauterine photograph of an eight-week unborn child to a pro-choice advocate—an intelligent college graduate—she asked me, “Do you really think you’re …

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Unseen, unknown, unborn–“Unborn Grace”

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through August 25. 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 over the last ten months. I don’t recall exactly …

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Walking Abortion-minded Women Towards Hope

By Eileen Haupt For pro-life advocates, nothing is more rewarding than walking alongside a pregnant, abortion-minded mother, and having a role in her choosing to abandon the path toward abortion and, instead, choosing the path of giving birth to her unborn child. This is now possible both figuratively and literally at a new pregnancy center …

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Saved by an app: how new technology led to baby Ruby’s life-saving early delivery

By Texas Right to Life Ruby Eekoff nearly became a tragic statistic. Thanks to a simple smartphone app, she is a happy and healthy baby settling into Life with parents Jeremy and Emily and older brother, Liam. The family appeared on Good Morning America to share Ruby’s amazing birth story. Emily downloaded the free app Count …

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Pro-choicer: our sympathy for unborn babies means nothing

By Sarah Terzo A pro-choice writer shared the following argument against laws protecting babies from late-term abortions: “We may, as many people do, sympathize with the pain we think the fetus feels, but we must be careful in saying that this sympathy establishes the personness of the fetus. It establishes nothing but our ability to …

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Extending the principles of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness to unborn children

Reflections on Memorial Day By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Tradition matters, and surely one of America’s best traditions is remembering the brave men and women who lost their lives defending our country’s freedoms. Memorial Day weekend should be bittersweet. We mourn the loss of soldiers, sailors, and airmen who gave their lives …

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