Will Ireland Rise Up and Do Battle for the Unborn?

I bind myself today Through a mighty strength, the invocation of the Trinity, Through belief in the Threeness, Through confession of the Oneness of the Creator of creation. — St. Patrick’s Breastplate Ireland – “Bulwark Against Abortion” As people across the world celebrated the Feast of St. Patrick, Human Life International asks the inevitable: will . . . Read more

HLI Co-hosts Event with Holy See on Rural Women and Girls at U.N.

“Promoting the Integral Development of Rural Women and Girls in Africa in the Era of Ideological Colonization” To be held during the 62nd Session of the Commission on the Status of Women UN HQ Conference Room 4 March 19, 2018 • 11:30 am to 12:45 pm March 19th the Holy See, along with Human Life . . . Read more

Southern State Passes Earliest Abortion Limit in U.S.

Mississippi Marks International Women’s Day Front Royal, VA, March 15, 2018 – HLI Lauds Mississippi for Passing Gestational Age Act Mississippi’s Gestational Age Act, or Bill 1510, has now been signed by Governor Phil Bryant. The law takes effect immediately. Banning abortion after 15 weeks, it is the earliest state abortion limit in the United . . . Read more

Ontario Psychology Professor Hits Last Nerve of Gender Police

“Idea of a University” Runs Amok St. Thomas Aquinas wrote his Summa Contra Gentiles principally for the Mohammedans (Muslims).  As they did not accept the authority of either the Old or New Testaments he wrote, “We must, therefore, have recourse to the natural reason, to which all men are forced to give their assent.” But Jacques . . . Read more

Irish Supreme Court Denies Inherent Right to Life

St. Patrick Would Turn in His Grave This week we will celebrate the Feast of Ireland’s famed patron saint, St. Patrick. And tragically, The Irish Supreme Court ruled Friday that the only unborn rights guaranteed to unborn children are those safeguarded in the Eighth Amendment. This controversial decision flies in the face of the claim . . . Read more

Bioethics Master’s Student Pays Visit to Human Life International

The Battle for Africa When I first began my Master’s program in Catholic bioethics, little did I know that my research would bring me all the way to Front Royal, Virginia. I am writing my Master’s thesis on the bioethical issue of ideological neo-colonialism in sub-Saharan Africa. Ideological neo-colonialism is a destructive phenomenon in which powerful . . . Read more

Parental Rights – Fighting Back Against the Sexual Revolutionaries

Parents, Guardians of Their Family “Since parents have given children their life, they are bound by the most serious obligation to educate their offspring and therefore must be recognized as the primary and principal educators. This [parental rights] role in education is so important that only with difficulty can it be supplied where it is . . . Read more

School Violence and its Origins in the Culture of Death

The Right to Life In the first two months of 2018, America is mourning mass murder in the form of school violence once again.  In January, Alex Hribal was sentenced in the 2014 stabbing of 21 people at Franklin Regional High School, near Pittsburgh.  On Valentine’s Day, at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, . . . Read more

“Don’t be afraid of us… We are still human beings. ”

Lucas, the First Gerber Baby with Down’s For the first time ever, Gerber has chosen a baby with Down syndrome as their official “Gerber baby.” Baby Lucas, whose infectious smile is certainly an attention grabber, was chosen from among 140,000 applicants. The position comes with a $50,000 prize, which Lucas’ parents say they intend to . . . Read more