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Thu May 21, 2015 - 4:38 pm EST

Dutch court acquits man who euthanized his mother after doctor refused

By Jeanne Smits, Paris correspondent

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Thu May 21, 2015 - 11:25 am EST

UNAIDS threatened to end aid if we fought abortion and gay language in document: former St. Lucia delegate

By Pete Baklinski

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Thu May 21, 2015 - 12:58 pm EST

Dublin archbishop: I won't tell Catholics how to vote on gay 'marriage'

By Lisa Bourne

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Christian bakers fined for refusing to bake cake supporting gay ‘marriage’—in Northern Ireland

'This is direct discrimination for which there can be no justification,' the judge wrote in a precedent-setting ruling.

By Thaddeus Baklinski

Gay 'marriage' study faked data to help homosexual activists

The study alleged that homosexual activists, in a twenty-minute conversation, can change the minds of those who oppose redefining marriage.

By Drew Belsky

Colombian bishop tells gay activists one of the apostles might have been gay, earns applause

Bishop Juan Vicente Cordoba Villota later apologized after criticism by his fellow bishops but stopped short of a full retraction.

By Diogo Ximenes

Chinese schoolteacher ordered to abort at 5 months gestation, then allowed to give birth

China is continuing its horrific practice of late term forced abortions. This is savagery and it must be stopped.

By Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

Kermit Gosnell considers himself a ‘martyr’: Gosnell filmmakers

'The interview was one of the creepiest we have ever conducted,' they said in an interview.

By Ben Johnson

The Pulse

Pro-abortion writer: There should be more abortions

More abortion is, apparently, 'moral' and 'just.'

By Sarah Terzo

UK nurse sentenced to life for killing two patients and poisoning 20 more

It is not safe to give doctors, or others, the right in law to cause the death of their patients.

By Alex Schadenberg

Watch: Mom, raped at 16, reunites 77 years later with the baby she gave up for adoption

'It hurt,' recounted Minka Disbrow. 'It hurt to give her up because you'd been with her for a whole month. But you knew it was the best for her and I had to go on. I had to go on.'

By Nancy Flanders

California Medical Association stops opposing assisted suicide. Here’s why I’m not surprised.

How can a medical association adopt a neutral stance about something as radically subverting of Hippocratic values as assisted suicide?

By Wesley J. Smith


Pharisee? NO! I'd be weeping for joy over Pope Francis if only…

'Aren't you being like the Pharisees,' we're often asked, 'who also complained that Jesus ate with sinners?'

By John-Henry Westen


Dana Scallon: Vote ‘no’ on same-sex ‘marriage’ in Irish referendum

The gift of a mother and a father to a child is something that should never be prejudiced or undermined by anyone.

By Dana Rosemary Scallon

Dutch court acquits man who euthanized his mother after doctor refused

The man's sense of duty 'justly' carried more weight than the legal prohibition of the act, the Dutch appeals court said.

By Jeanne Smits, Paris correspondent

Irish ‘yes’ vote on same-sex ‘marriage’ poses significant threat to religious freedom

Ireland's media has ignored a Supreme Court ruling that both sides of the debate be given equal coverage.

By Dignitatis Humanae

‘Yes’ vote in Ireland's same-sex ‘marriage’ referendum could destroy family and society

We must pray for the Irish people, that they will persevere in their fidelity to God's plan for marriage and family life and thus preserve their nation.

By Krista Schmid Thomas

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