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New Jersey governor signs bill allowing terminally ill to end own lives

Law would allow doctors to prescribe life-ending drugs to those with six months or less to live

Ohio bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected

Governor Mike DeWine signed the bill, which was similar to legislation former Governor John Kasich vetoed twice.

Every diocese could use a pro-life ministry like this one

Louisiana parish offers array of services to build community and serve the poor.

Pro-life film ‘Unplanned’ is a box office surprise

The movie about a former abortion worker turned pro-life advocate does well in its second week

Kentucky law requiring abortion doctors to share ultrasound with women upheld by federal appeals court

A lower court had struck down the law, which also required doctors to share the fetal heartbeat with a woman considering abortion.

Texas bars all clergy from execution chambers following Supreme Court decision

Only security personnel will be allowed in the execution room

New polls shows New Yorkers overwhelmingly oppose late-term abortion

The survey was taken two months after the state legalized abortion up to the moment of birth.

Incredible new images of baby in the womb could save thousands of newborns

These 2D images of babies' hearts are helping doctors heal babies.

New Jersey is set to become the seventh state to legalize medically-assisted suicide

Governor Phil Murphy promises to sign the legislation which passed the Assembly and Senate.

“Spiritual warfare”: When a pro-life film is bedeviled

The cast and crew of the upcoming film 'Unplanned' were plagued by accidents when off set.

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