Cote d’Ivoire Sliding into Abortion on Demand?

Urgency: The most powerful west African nation after Nigeria, the Cote d’Ivoire, is considering a radical draft bill that would make the current situation – abortion only permitted when two physicians certify the woman’s health is endangered – openly available across the country. As we speak, this bill is still in the draft and consultative . . . Read more

Surge of African Seminarians Fearless in Defending Life and Family

Never before in our times have attacks on human life and the family unit in Africa been more violent. Yet now the Church in Africa has been endowed with such human and spiritual resources to expose the Culture of Death and minister to a Culture of Life. Africa’s seminaries are full and ordinations are growing. . . . Read more

Babies Aren’t the Threat, nor Contraception the Solution

(Washington Times) – Through the dust kicked up by passing cars on a remote road in southern Rwanda, a striking image became clear as we approached: Four men carrying on their shoulders a man on a stretcher. The hospital in Nyakibanda was still miles away. It was not only the determination of the four strong . . . Read more