What are Abortifacients?

An abortifacient is “a drug or agent that induces an abortion.”[1] The problem is that manufactures hide these drugs under the name “contraception” to make them more appealing to consumers. Abortifacients Are Contraceptives in Disguise In 1963, the United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) shared the widely held definition of abortion as . . . Read more

Contraception and Women – HLI Educational Series

This resource is available as an eight-page booklet that can be ordered from our store. Order here. Isn’t “the Pill” Good for Women and Society? One gets the idea, especially since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, which declared contraception “essential medicine,” that hormonal contraceptive drugs are like aspirin or vitamins – all benefit . . . Read more

Contraception vs. NFP – HLI Educational Series

This resource is available as an eight-page booklet that can be ordered from our store. Order copies through HLI’s online store here. What is the difference between Contraception and Natural Family Planning? Every married couple has the responsibility to prayerfully practice what the Catholic Church calls “responsible parenthood,” as it pertains to the number and . . . Read more