Anti-Life

Beijing elected to the Human Rights Council

10/14/2020, 11.01CHINA - UN     Humanitarian organizations had called for its exclusion. Chinese accused of repressing ethnic minorities and democratic activists. Beijing defeated Saudi Arabia for the seat. Now the United Nations body is 60% composed of countries that do not respect the... read more

Vatican reaffirms opposition to euthanasia, warns such patients cannot receive sacraments

By Joshua J. McElwee Vatican, National Catholic Reporter, September 22, 2020 VATICAN CITY — The Vatican is firmly reiterating its objection to the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide, calling the intentional killing of sick patients an "intrinsically evil act" akin to murder and... read more

Undercover pro-life journalist Daleiden fights Planned Parenthood with federal defamation lawsuit

Daleiden is taking the abortion giant to task for telling the media that the undercover journalist manufactured a 'false smear campaign' by releasing videos showing evidence of Planned Parenthood's involvment in illegal harvesting and selling of aborted fetal body parts LifeSite News, September... read more

Disney’s Mulan and the Backdrop of Genocide

Why I Won’t be Watching the Latest Live-Action Remake By John Stonestreet & David Carlson, 09/9/20 Disney’s newest live-action movie, “Mulan,” was released Friday. So far, reviews have ranged from mostly positive to absolutely glowing: “an exciting, well-crafted action... read more

Why ‘reproductive justice’ is a false choice for Catholics

By Brittany Clingen Carl September 3, 2020 WASHINGTON MARCH FOR LIFE A pro-life sign is displayed during the 2019 annual March for Life rally in Washington. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn) In a recent National Catholic Reporter editorial, NCR columnist Jamie Manson attempts to make the case that... read more

Judging by the Record

A NOTE FROM OUR PUBLISHER: It is one thing to judge someone’s heart or motivation. It is another thing entirely to take them at their word and judge their very public actions and positions. By Michael Warsaw, Sepetember 5, 2020 Former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz addressed the... read more

2020 DNC Platform Features a Narrow View of Religious Freedom

The Democrats’ pledge not to allow religious liberty to serve as ‘a cover for discrimination’ could mean major curtailments on religious liberty, in matters involving sexuality and the sanctity of life. By Lauretta Brown, National Catholic Register, August 23, 2020 The Democrats... read more

Doctors warn birth control pill may increase risk of blood clots from COVID-19

The authors suggest there may be a chance that risk of blood clots and strokes for pregnant women and those using the pill or hormone replacement therapy is heightened by the virus. By Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSite News, Aug 5, 2020 - 4:05 pm EST PORTLAND, Maine, August 5, 2020... read more
London City Hall

Efficiency or Mediocrity?

By David Dashiell, Crisis, JUly 8, 2020 The American city is built on efficiency. Roads weave and connect, and gas stations populate major street corners. Fast food restaurant chains pepper the highways so that drivers can eat as soon as they are hungry. Mountains are leveled and rivers are... read more

Junípero Serra and the Founding of the West

By Patrick, Laurence, Crisis,July 8, 2020 The story of the American founding usually begins in the East. In that account, we speak of the War of Independence, the establishment of the American republic, and prominent founding fathers like George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. However, there... read more

Doctors Killed Quadriplegic Man With Coronavirus Because They Said He Had No “Quality of Life”

By Wesley Smith, LifeNews, July 6, 2020 Something evil happened recently in Austin. Michael Hickson, a forty-six-year-old African-American man with quadriplegia and a serious brain injury, was refused treatment at St. David’s Hospital South Austin while ill with COVID-19. The hospital... read more