Eliminating the Impoverished Does Not Eliminate Poverty

From India to Affordable Care Act Contributor, Life Gets a Dollar Sign (Zenit.org) — On Nov. 8, 2014, Dr. R.K. Gupta set about performing tubal ligations on 80 women at a mass sterilization camp in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh. He completed all the surgeries in less than six hours. Subsequently, dozens of these women fell . . . Read more

Video Sting Operations Catch Gendercide Abortionists in India

Undercover operations by anti-gendercide advocates in India are helping government officials to shut down sex-selective abortion operations targeting female babies in violation of India’s Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act. Two doctors in Thane, Maharashtra, India were caught on video offering to provide a gender screening, and then perform an abortion . . . Read more

Skipping Gendercide, Parents in India Turn Girls into “Boys”

Since sex-selection abortions are being strongly discouraged by the Indian government, some parents are flocking to the city of Indore to have their baby girls, most under the age of three, surgically mutilated to look like “boys.” According to news reports out of India, “[H]undreds of girl children in Indore are being operated on to . . . Read more

Cardinal von Galen Award – Fall 2006: Varkey Cardinal Vithayathil

His Eminence Varkey Cardinal Vithayathil, Major Archbishop of the Syro-Malabar Eastern Rite of the Catholic Church, has displayed the kind of strong episcopal leadership and moral instruction for the faithful on the pro-life and pro-family issues that HLI honors with our Cardinal von Galen Award. Cardinal Vithayathil’s most recent pro-life action was the issuance of . . . Read more