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Mom of Two Kids With Microencephaly Speaks Out

“I don’t look at them as having terrible birth defects. I look at them as gorgeous.“

Human Life International Warns About Exploitation of Zika Fears

A women's rights advocate meanwhile pushes legality of abortion in affected countries

Exclusive: Cardinal Turkson Clarifies Birth Control, Climate Change Comments

Explains that by “birth control,” he meant the spacing of births

When Health Care Plans Cover Abortion, What’s a Catholic to Do?

Those who are uneasy about insurance coverage of morally objectionable matters do have options

A “Bonus Baby” Brought Us into the Catholic Church

The wisdom and beauty of the Church’s teaching on family, marriage and sexuality continue to attract

Radically Living the Catholic Faith: An Exclusive Interview with Dr. Janet Smith

Marriage preparation, contraception and natural family planning should be top issues at the Synod on the Family, says Smith

Supreme Court to Take Up Cases Involving Life, Death, Conscience

Texas abortion case, HHS mandate and death penalty likely to be heard

Getting Through to Students Hooked on the Hook-Up Culture

Teaching medical ethics to college students has been an uphill battle for over twenty years for this professor

Catholic Myths About Big Families

When it comes to kids, does more mean better?

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