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Abortion

A collection of our articles on both induced abortion and spontaneous miscarriages, from a Catholic perspective.

Supreme Court leaves in place Kentucky law requiring doctors to describe ultrasound

The ACLU argued that the law violated the doctors’ freedom of speech.

Baby saved from abortion goes on to become a football star

20 years after his mom turned her back on the abortion clinic, her son is breaking records on the football field.

U.S. abortion rate lowest in 46 years, study says

While abortion appears to be in decline, the rate of chemical abortion is up.

Knights of Columbus erect gravestone for aborted babies

The Knights have placed 137 such monuments in Catholic cemeteries across North America.

Belgium’s Catholic bishops stand up to oppose liberalizing abortion laws

If the procedure is seen as merely a medical act, it also becomes a right, the prelates warn. And that could impinge on freedom of conscience.

Adopted man uncovers his origins in heartwarming documentary ‘I Lived on Parker Avenue’

This true story highlights the fulfillment that adoption can bring to a family in need.

Bishop’s tweet leads to “Marian Wave” to end abortion

The faithful are invited to pray a Rosary each week for the end of abortion.

What should we expect from the Supreme Court on abortion?

Turning over Roe v. Wade is unlikely, but pro-lifers have reason for hope.

2019 has seen a 25% increase in pro-life state legislation, group reports

Americans United for Life details the 58 new laws that protect life from conception to natural death.

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