Too Few Women

What Abortion Hath Wrought by: Eric Metaxas & Anne Morse, BreakPoint, May 11, 2018 The gender imbalance in China and Asia is wreaking social chaos. And the Washington Post’s worldview won’t let it admit the real cause of the problem. Twenty-one-year-old Li Defu is hard at work,... read more

How pro-lifers scored a ‘remarkable’ victory at UN meeting on ‘population and development’

By Claire Chretien May 14, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Pro-life and pro-family advocates have scored big victories at the United Nations (UN) recently, the president of the Center for Family and Human Rights (CFAM) told LifeSiteNews in a new interview. One of the biggest victories of all was that... read more

Toys R Us blames birth rate for business failure

Will it be the first of many? By Shannon Roberts | Mar 20 2018 I still remember experiencing the wonder of walking up and down the aisles of Toys R Us as a child visiting America from New Zealand.  To be honest I think my parents were as awed as I was at the rows and rows of Barbie dolls and... read more

American Fertility Is Falling Short of What Women Want

Forecasts show many millennial women won’t fulfill their wishes on family size, and the biggest fertility declines are in Western states. By Lyman Stone, Feb. 13, 2018 America’s fertility is in precipitous decline. Our team of forecasters at Demographic Intelligence projects 3.84 million... read more

Vatican science academy tweets New York Times story supporting population control

By Claire Chretien VATICAN CITY, February 7, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – The Vatican's Pontifical Academy of Sciences tweeted yesterday without comment a New York Times article about people using birth control to stop having children because of "climate change" fear. The alarmist New York Times... read more

French cities overwhelmed by refugee flow, govt must step in urgently – mayors

Published time: 18 Dec, 2017 12:16 The mayors of seven major French cities say they have been “backed up against a wall” by an unending influx of refugees. Paris must address the strain on the areas, which are struggling to accommodate new arrivals, they wrote. The mayors of Lille,... read more

BreakPoint: 1.77 Kids Aren’t Enough

The Consequences of a Shrinking Population by: John Stonestreet & G. Shane Morris, December 18, 2017 America is shrinking. I don’t mean we’re getting shorter, I mean that we aren’t having enough babies. Here’s why that’s bad news. An old Far Side cartoon by Gary Larson portrays... read more

Report: U.S. Birthrate Falls to 30-Year Low, Young Adults Having Less Sex

By Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D., 12 Dec 2017 The birthrate in the U.S. is expected to fall to a 30-year low of 1.77 children per woman in 2017, well below the replacement value of roughly 2.1. According to the November issue of the U.S. Fertility Forecast published by Demographic Intelligence,... read more

Catholic leaders and scientists urge reform after Vatican hosts population control advocates

By Lisa Bourne ROME, November 20, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – A group of prominent scientists and lay Catholic leaders is calling on the Holy See to reform its administration of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences (PAS) and the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences (PASS), denouncing the influence... read more

Bishop Schneider: Catholics must be prepared to be martyrs for their faith

CCI Editor's Note:  Bishop Schneider will be the speaker at the Annual Dinner of Catholic Citizens of Illinois on Monday, October 30, 2017.  For Reservations or information call Maureen at 708-352-5834.  By Pete Baklinski October 20, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Catholics striving to remain in... read more

Population control is a ‘false solution’ to world hunger, Pope tells UN

by Associated Press,  17 Oct 2017 Instead, he said countries should cooperate based on love, fraternity and solidarity Pope Francis demanded Monday that world governments collectively commit to end rising world hunger by resolving the conflicts and climate change-related disasters that force... read more

Reaping What We’ve Sown