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, passed the state house and senate last week and, once signed, will take effect immediately. Banning abortion after 15 weeks, it is the earliest state abortion limit in . . . Read more

Ontario Pyschology 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

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

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

The Dictatorship of Choice

Church Speaks Out In a Vatican news story published this week, Archbishop of Toronto Cardinal Thomas Collins has come out swinging in defense of the Church. He termed the December ruling by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party, which requires employers to sign an “attestation” to support abortion and other controversial “rights” before qualifying . . . Read more

Poland Puts the U.S. to Shame

 Taking the High Road January, “pro-life month,” was characterized by a series of highs and lows. The lowest ebb was marked by the United States Senate voting of 51-46 on the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (60 votes were required). Already passed by the House, with the President’s pledge to sign it, the bill . . . Read more

Love Saves Lives

Marking the 45th Anniversary of Roe vs. Wade Each January 22, the tragic anniversary of the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion throughout all nine months of pregnancy, dioceses throughout the United States observe a Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of the Unborn. The General Instruction of the Roman . . . Read more

Baby of 17-year-old “Jane Doe” Died Today

“Jane Doe” Aborts Many of you have been following the case of the undocumented teen in Texas, a minor, “Jane Doe”. The Administration fought valiantly for the right to life for her baby, for she was 15 weeks pregnant. Today Jane Doe aborted her baby with the help of the pro-abortion American Civil Liberties Union . . . Read more

U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement Pro-Life

No Abortion for Pregnant Undocumented Immigrant Minors One can certainly question whether a refugee has a right to taxpayer funded abortion; President Trump’s pro-life administration has affirmed “No!” The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) requires taxpayer-funded shelters for immigrants to only “offer life-affirming support to women and girls who are pregnant.” According to LifeNews, Trump . . . Read more

Planned Parenthood’s 100th: Cause for Celebration or Sorrow?

This Sunday, the glitterati will celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.  Senate Democrats have introduced a resolution honoring PPFA.  One hundred Hollywood stars have signed a congratulatory letter to the organization.  Hillary Clinton herself has spoken repeatedly about how much she adores the abortion business’s founder, eugenicist Margaret Sanger. . . . Read more