Posted on Jan 30, 2015. Full Post.

Silencing the Voices of the Faithful in Health Care

Without People of Faith in Medicine, Who Will Defend the Vulnerable?
Religious liberty provides for the free exercise of one’s faith in every aspect of life. This freedom is far more extensive than merely having the freedom to attend the worship service of choice.  Truly living one’s faith means that family life, professional life, leisure activities, as well as spiritual practices are guided by the tenets of faith. Unfortunately, cultural norms throughout the world are growing less tolerant and less accommodating of religious liberty. Christians throughout the Middle East and in many parts of Africa are persecuted and slaughtered by radical Islamic extremists. In the Western world, a non-violent but equally…
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Yoga Pants and the Culture of Life

Posted on Jan 29, 2015. Full Post.
“When did we decide to be the kind of society that mocks virtue?” popular blogger Matt Walsh asked in a recent post about modesty. I’m not exactly sure, but it…
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HLI Defends Human Life at DC March, Rebukes Lack of Media Coverage

Posted on Jan 27, 2015. Full Post.
Close to a half million people came to Washington DC  last Thursday to oppose abortion and other anti-life policies. The annual March for Life, instituted soon after the 1973 Roe…
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Marchers in Paris Protest Abortion, Euthanasia, Anti-Family Policies

Posted on Jan 27, 2015. Full Post.
PARIS, France — January 25, 2015 — A throng of 45,000 pro-lifers joined the global pro-life movement at Paris’ 10th annual March for Life, held Sunday, January 25. The crowd…
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Kazakhstan Celebrates Holiness of Life Week

Posted on Jan 26, 2015. Full Post.
Inspired by the HLI 18th Asia-Pacific Congress on Faith, Life and Family (ASPAC) held in Astana, Kazakhstan in September 2011, the Archdiocese of Astana has been hosting an annual “Holiness…
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