Aleteia

Abortion

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

“When is a person a person?” asks Super Bowl champ Benjamin Watson

The former NFL tight-end and his wife have just released a documentary exploring the issue of abortion in the United States.

Woman told to abort refuses; gives birth to twins who become priests

The ultrasound looked bad, but she wanted to accept whatever God wanted to send her.

Black leaders to Planned Parenthood: Confront abortion racism

Supporting Black Lives Matter has to go farther, say more than 100 African-American elected officials, pastors and lawyers.

The complicated legacy of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger

A group of Black pastors asked the Smithsonian to remove her likeness, because “Margaret Sanger was a racist who wanted to end the Black population through birth control and abortion.”

Planned Parenthood drops Margaret Sanger’s name from New York clinic

Decision comes in wake of dismantling of statues and renaming throughout the United States.

Abortion study finds American opinion much more complicated than polls suggest

Moral clarity lacking in the thinking of many on the issue of human life.

Four abortion regulations stopped by court order over four days

Heartbeat bills, in-person requirement for abortion drug halted.

Irish abortions total 6,666 in first year since legalization

“It’s the first time in 18 years that there has been an increase in the number of abortions and the first time in our history that thousands of innocent unborn babies have had their lives ended …

Tennessee bans abortion once heartbeat detected

The new law also makes it illegal to abort because of a diagnosis of Down syndrome.

Great Britain reports sharp rise in abortions

Numbers are the highest since the 1967 abortion law came into effect.

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