Argentina’s Victory. Now the War Continues.

We just witnessed how the Argentine people achieved great victory in their fight against the Culture of Death. They rejected the vilest of legislation: a bill that would have authorized the murder of those who incapable of defending themselves. Not only were there mass mobilizations throughout the country, including solidarity demonstrations in front of embassies . . . Read more

Argentina – Hope to All Pro-Lifers

Argentina Legislators Choose Life Over Death After the recent fall of Catholic Ireland to the abortion regime, pro-abortion forces appeared confident that they could gain another victory for their ideology – this time Catholic Argentina. Instead, after a bill was introduced to legalize abortion-on-demand up to 14 weeks of pregnancy, millions of ordinary pro-life Argentineans . . . Read more

HLI Applauds Miraculous Argentina Vote Upholding Sanctity of Human Life

For Immediate Release Date: August 9, 2018 Contact: Deborah Piroch, HLI Director of Public Relations Email: dpiroch@hli.org Author: Dr. Oscar Botta, Pediatriation, Public Health Specialist and President, HLI Argentina (Buenos Aires, Argentina) – In the early hours of the morning, pro-life Senators were able to defeat the pro-abortion bill passed by the House, with a . . . Read more

Recognizing Human Dignity in Difficult Circumstances

In every country, at this very moment, women who have become pregnant — either because of decisions they made or as victims of assault through no fault of their own — are faced with making the choice of life or death for their child. Some of these women are financially stable, some are in financial . . . Read more

Cardinal von Galen Award – Spring 2005: Bishop Antonio Baseotto

This edition’s recipient of the Cardinal von Galen Award is Bishop Antonio Baseotto, the head of the Military Diocese in Argentina. In early March, Bishop Baseotto wrote a stinging letter of rebuke to the Argentinean Minister of Health, Gines Gonzalez Garcia, who had publicly expressed his support for legalizing abortion and had initiated programs of . . . Read more