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Migrants Face Freezing Temperatures As They Struggle To Get To The EU
In the gloom of an abandoned warehouse, a weary-looking Pakistani man named Hayat Ali shivers in a blanket, comforting a sick friend lying at his side. Meters away, children as young as nine crowd around an open fire, their faces and clothes filthy. Outside, the ground is blanketed with snow. The temperature has dropped as low as 3ºF in recent days.

How Bullying At School Starts Feuds Among Parents
Adult friendships can be destroyed when kids bully each other.

Killing Africa
Marie Stopes International performs illegal abortions under the noses of African governments

The Story Behind Sex Change Surgery You Haven't Heard
There’s nothing reversible about genital surgery – it's a permanent, irreversible mutilation of the human person. In other words, nerves connected to a vagina will always register with the brain as a vagina, even if they are now part of a surgically constructed penis, and vice versa.

784 Patients Have Been Euthanized In Canada In Just Six Months
The Globe and Mail published an article by Kelly Grant featuring a BC couple who wanted to die by euthanasia together, but ended up dying by euthanasia four days apart.

ABC Promotes Pro-Abortion “Women’s March,” Ignores How It Kicked Out Pro-Life Groups
It isn’t just the Women’s March on Washington that’s excluding pro-life women; the liberal media are doing the same during their nationally broadcast coverage of the event.

New Iowa Bill May Be The Most Effective Method Ever To Reduce Abortions
In the state of Iowa, lawmakers are discussing an abortion-related bill that would be the first of its kind in the entire country if passed.

One Planned Parenthood Abortionist Is Out Of A Job. Here’s Why.
Planned Parenthood’s Nicola Moore, a traveling abortionist (some say “fly-by-night”) was employed by the Clinton Global Initiative, which is now shutting down, according to documents obtained by Operation Rescue.

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Ethical Perspectives

New! Understanding the Three-Parent Baby

Pilar Calva
Although MRTs might provide an opportunity to provide genetically-related healthy children for women suffering mitochondrial disease, its use more closely mirrors eugenic selection than true healing. The job of science is to heal sick people not to replace them. MRTs do not meet that standard.

New! The continuing saga of efforts to deny the heartache of abortion

Priscilla K. Coleman
Our culture is in a worrisome state when major medical journals ignore the foundation and methods of science in service to a political end.

New! Unconscionable: Threats to Religious Freedom and Rights of Conscience in the Abortion Debate

Tim Bradley
Waging war against those who cannot in good conscience help perform or facilitate abortions does little to improve access for women seeking abortions, damages the integrity of those who object, and harms civil society.

The Problem with Mary

Tom Bartolomeo
The problem with Mary, she was out of place in this world. Even before receiving the invitation from Gabriel Mary had vowed to a life of virginity dedicated to the Lord. I don't think we are capable of fully appreciating Mary's dilemma "full of grace" with all its attendant personal blessings, having chosen a life of virginity for the sake of the kingdom of God then to be thrust into the public life of her Son. She had chosen a life comparable to the lives of a religious women who take the vows of chastity, poverty and obedience. Mary also prized the gift of silence.

The Pope Has No Prisons for Disobedient Hierarchy

Barbara Kralis
If every cardinal, bishop, priest, and layman submitted to the authority of the Pope, as they are obligated to do, the Catholic church would not be suffering its current great infirmity - we might even say, its schismata.

Forced Abortions Continue in China, Steven Mosher Says

Steven Mosher
"Reports that the Chinese Party-State has ended its practice of forcibly aborting women pregnant in violation of the one-child policy are premature," says Steven Mosher, President of the Population Research Institute.

Which comes first: changing the culture or changing the law?

James S. Cole
It is a huge mistake for foes of legalized abortion to retire from the political arena.

Chinese scientists could clone humans

Michael Cook
Cloning has been off the radar for several years. But, according to a report from Agence France-Presse, it's back on the boil in China.