March for Life

What happens to the pro-life movement in a post-Trump era?

By Kate Scanlon, Catholic News Agency. January 15. 2021 President Donald Trump on Wednesday became the first president in American history to be impeached by the House of Representatives twice. The vote came a week after supporters of the president breached the U.S. Capitol, delaying the... read more

CNN Settles Lawsuit Brought by Covington Catholic Student Nicholas Sandmann

By Jack Crowe, National review, January 7, 2020 CNN agreed on Tuesday to settle a lawsuit brought by Covington Catholic High School student Nicholas Sandmann. Roger J. Foys, the bishop of Covington, celebrated the report as a vindication of the students. “Our students were placed in a... read more

Judge Allows Covington Student’s $250 Million Suit against WaPo to Move Forward

By Zachary Evans, National Review, October 29, 2019 A Covington Catholic High School student can move forward with his defamation suit against the Washington Post, a federal judge in Kentucky ruled on Monday. U.S. District Judge William Bertelsman of Kentucky had ruled in July that the... read more

March for life and family in Mexico opposes abortion, organized crime

Pro-life advocates took to the streets throughout Mexico on Sept. 21 to march for life, family, and conscience protections. “There will only be peace if life is respected, there will only be development if the family is respected, and there will only be authentic democracy if fundamental... read more

Sandmann attorney releases video on defamation suits against CNN, Washington Post

By Cavin Freiburger, LifeSiteNews, March 14, 2019 March 14, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – The law firm representing Covington Catholic High School junior Nicholas Sandmann has released a new video arguing that their defamation suits against CNN and the Washington Post are not merely to restore... read more

BREAKING: School investigation clears Covington boys of wrongdoing in March for Life standoff

By Calvin Freiburger, LifeSiteNews, February 13, 2019 Third-party investigators commissioned by the Diocese of Covington and Covington Catholic High School to investigate the conduct of a group of students involved in a high-profile encounter at the March for Life have released the findings of... read more

“Trumpification” of the Pro-Life Movement?

By Adrian Reimers, January 30, 2019 Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson, a former George W. Bush speechwriter, warns the pro-life movement of the dangers of “Trumpification.” Citing the presence of political figures, principally Republican ones including a video message from the... read more

March For Life Apologizes For “Rush to Judgment” Condemning Pro-Life Teens, Admits They Were Victims

By Neetu Chandak,, January 29, 2019 The March for Life apologized Monday for making a quick judgment on a social media video showing the encounter between the Covington Catholic High School boys and American Indian activist Nathan Phillips. An initial video made it seem like... read more

Covington Bishop Apologizes to Covington Catholic Students

Bishop Roger Foys issues apology for Jan. 19 statement that condemned the actions of some Covington Catholic High School students before all the facts were known. By Christine Rousselle/CNA, Jan. 25, 2019 COVINGTON, Ky. — Bishop Roger Foys of Covington, Kentucky, issued an apology Friday... read more

Covington Catholic: A Cautionary Tale for Our Times

EDITORIAL: We must challenge false claims that seek to defame and slander young people and maliciously attach the pro-life movement to racism and intolerance. The Editors, Jan. 25, 2019 The 46th-annual March for Life drew a crowd of more than 300,000 to Washington, D.C., under the theme of... read more

Covington bishop speaks of ‘corrective action’, offers no apology to mistreated boys

By Dorothy Cummings McLean, LifeSite News, Jan. 22, 2019 COVINGTON, Kentucky, January 22, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – The Diocese of Covington headed by Bishop Roger Joseph Foys issued a new statement today about the Catholic boys the diocese and school had condemned on the weekend over what turned... read more

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