“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.

Georgia Tech to pay $50K for disinviting pro-life speaker Alveda King

The university originally denied funding for King's visit, saying the speaker, the niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., was "inherently religious."

Although his father was murdered, this Catholic bishop opposes the death penalty

Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City laments the resumption of federal executions.

Polish nuns discover baby placed in “Window of Life” box

The box was created to allow parents to anonymously place a baby there if they are unable to care for it.

The value of a life, even with dementia

There is so much more within a person than we suspect.

An open letter to a baby in its mother’s womb

Enter into the beauty and mystery of the very beginning of human life with this reflection.

Mexico’s Supreme Court upholds state’s pro-life law

4-1 vote maintains Veracruz statute protecting life from moment of conception.

“Angel of the Gap” saved hundreds from suicide in Australia

"Always remember the power of the simple smile, a helping hand, a listening ear and a kind word," advised Don Ritchie.

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.”

Catholic leaders plead for halt in federal executions

First use of federal death penalty in 17 years carried out on Daniel Lewis Lee.

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