To Clear Up Any Confusion This Election Season…

Almost every election season you see Catholic politicians on the ballot who don’t adhere to the teachings of the Faith on Life and Family issues—causing scandal within the Church. You hear them say things like, “I’m personally against abortion, but won’t legislate that way,” or, “I’m pro-life, except in certain cases . . .” Many . . . Read more

Kansas City Life Saved After Black Madonna Visit

By Father Peter West and Chris Morales In Kansas City, the Wyandotte Pregnancy Clinic provides abortion clinic alternative services and free pregnancy tests for families in need.  This proved to be best “first stop” for Father West to bring the Pilgrim Icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa. Fr. West presented the history and Ocean to . . . Read more

Religious Minorities Resist Harsh Population Control in India

Christians and Muslims in Kerala, India are protesting a draft law which seeks to control population growth through fines, jail time and loss of government benefits. The Kerala Women’s Code Bill would impose a fine of 10,000 rupees (US$200) or three months in jail for couples having more than two children, and bar such couples . . . Read more

1,000 Miles for Life in Chile

This article is a modified version of a report that originally appeared here. I recently was blessed to be able to spread the Gospel of Life to all five Catholic Archdioceses in Chile, where I spoke to bishops, priests, seminarians, high school students and as many key players of society as possible about life and . . . Read more

Obama Administration “Pushing Abortion as Much as They Can”

Speaking from his office in Rome, Italy, Joseph Meaney, Director of International Coordination for Human Life International (HLI), views recent moves by the Obama administration in the United States as a blatant assault on life, and the respect of conscience for Catholics. “The U.S. is a little bit ground central right now with the Obama . . . Read more

Referendum Threatens Liechtenstein’s Pro-Life Culture

This week the Principality of Liechtenstein will decide by national referendum whether to ratify a draft bill which would lead to the depenalization of abortion in the tiny Middle-European country. In order to understand the immense pressure that is being exerted on the tiny Principality of Liechtenstein, it is important to keep in mind the . . . Read more

U.S. Pro-Lifers Blast Western Depopulation Agenda in Philippines and Developing World

In an article that appeared Sunday on the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) for Life website, two U.S. based pro-life advocates blasted wealthy Western governments for forcing an anti-life population control agenda upon the Philippines and the developing world. “The [reproductive health] promoters do whatever they have to do to get these things . . . Read more

Wikileaks Cable: U.S. Gov’t Largest Supporter of Philippines Population Control in Past 40 Years

A diplomatic cable recently published by the controversial website Wikileaks confirms the depth of support by the U.S. government for population control initiatives in the Philippines over the past 40 years, including support for the highly contested Reproductive Health (RH) Bill currently under consideration in the Philippine legislature. “Landmark appropriations and draft legislation reflect increasing . . . Read more

Chilean Senate Approves Measure Aimed at Legalizing Abortion

Legislators in Chile’s Senate Health Commission have opened the door towards legalizing abortion in a country where abortion is illegal without exception. According to a recent news report: With three votes in favor and two votes against, the Senate Health Commission has approved the idea of legislating therapeutic abortions. The initiatives will work to de-penalize . . . Read more

RH Bill “Definitely” Population Control Admits Co-Sponsor

As debate over the controversial Reproductive Health (RH) Bill continued Wednesday in the Philippine House of Representatives, a co-sponsor of the bill admitted that the RH Bill was a means to control the population size of poor Filipinos in apparent contradiction to statements made by other bill sponsors. Rep. Kimi Cojuangco of the Pangasinan province, . . . Read more