Enough with the Blood Money

Most Americans do not support abortion after the baby can feel pain. Yet every day in parts of America babies may be aborted up to the 9th month. And as if those blood money profits were not enough, selling fetal body parts adds horror upon horror and continues to happen. But yesterday we saw a . . . Read more

HLI Gives Pro-Life Testimony in Puerto Rico

Background (HLI – Puerto Rico) Puerto Rico’s pro-abortionists were taken by surprise in May with the filing of Senate legislative bill 950 titled, “Law for the Protection of Women and Preservation of Life,” its purpose to set limits to reduce abortion access in the country. Given that Puerto Rico is a United States territory, the . . . Read more

Cote d’Ivoire Sliding into Abortion on Demand?

Urgency: The most powerful west African nation after Nigeria, the Cote d’Ivoire, is considering a radical draft bill that would make the current situation – abortion only permitted when two physicians certify the woman’s health is endangered – openly available across the country. As we speak, this bill is still in the draft and consultative . . . Read more

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

Pray for the Supreme Court

A Glimmer of Hope for the U.S. and World Were its effects not so unspeakably evil and ongoing, one could rightly dismiss Roe v. Wade as one of the most embarrassing legal decisions ever made by any court. With a vote and a pen-stroke, seven of the so-called greatest legal minds of their generation disregarded the most . . . Read more

St. John Paul II’s Prophesy for Ireland’s Future

“You will decide what Ireland will be.’” — St. Pope John Paul II In 1979, Pope John Paul II gazed out over a sea of some 300,000 youth at a Mass for the Youth in Galway, Ireland. “When I look at you,” he said, “I see the Ireland of the future. Tomorrow, you will be the . . . Read more

HLI Laments Irish Vote Repealing the 8th Amendment

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May 26, 2018 Irish Contact: Lisa O’Hare, HLI Ireland Media Liaison –  lisa@humanlife.ie USA Contact: Deborah M. Piroch, Director of Public Relations – dpiroch@hli.org (Front Royal, VA and Knock, Ireland) – Human Life International joins with pro-lifers in Ireland and all over the world in mourning the “yes” vote in yesterday’s referendum, which has overturned the Eighth Amendment, allowing legislation to legalize abortion, . . . Read more

HLI Campaign Aids in Huge El Salvador Victory

El Salvador Stands Firm on Abortion Ban Despite an intense push by pro-abortion forces for months, urging weakening of the El  Salvador abortion ban, the legislature adjourned April 27th without caving in to anti-life voices. Two bills which could have been under discussion were not even presented. A new, conservative, Salvadoran assembly takes office May 1st and . . . Read more