By Priscilla K. Coleman
On June 12 the New York Times published an article by graduate student Joshua Lang, “What Happens to Women Who Are Denied Abortions?”
By Kurt Kondrich
During Christmas we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and the eternal light, peace, and hope He delivers to this lost world.
By Hugh R. Brown
It’s ironic to watch the American Catholic bishops and our Church being devoured by those they fear, by the very people whose potential scorn and criticism have such power over so many of these men that the very thought of being labeled or persecuted by them seems to frighten them into practically abandoning Christ.
By Michael Hichborn
Two weeks ago, I was in Baltimore with a fellow ALL employee for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Fall Assembly and, despite Michael Sean Winters’ assertion that I was “lurking around, waiting to corner a bishop,” we did as we have done for the previous three years.
By Rey Flores
On November 23 and 24, 2013, we will once again be hearing from a declining number of wayward priests and bishops across the country to contribute to the annual Catholic Campaign for Human Development, more commonly known as the CCHD collection.
By Peter Saunders
A woman who is carrying twin girls with a fatal foetal abnormality has appealed to the Northern Ireland Minister for Health Edwin Poots to allow her have an abortion in Northern Ireland.
By Paul E. Rondeau
On November 14, Portland Public Schools joined with Planned Parenthood in an attempt to end the teaching career of Bill Diss, a highly qualified and dedicated teacher who blocked the access of Planned Parenthood employees to his class.
By Josh Brahm
One of the best parts of my job is the work I do partnering with Justice For All. Right to Life of Central California has actually replicated the JFA program, so I’ve spent four years being trained by Steve Wagner to do many of the things he does for JFA in Wichita, from facilitating seminars and outreaches to coaching mentors.