5 Facts about Altruistic Surrogacy

Surrogacy is the process of conceiving a child by in vitro fertilization (IVF) or artificial insemination, then implanting the embryo in the womb of a woman (called the surrogate) who is not the intended mother of the child. Once the child is born, the surrogate gives the child to the intended parents. Altruistic surrogacy means that . . . Read more

7 Surrogacy “Pros” and Cons

Surrogacy “Pros” and Cons: Some Background Info There are two types of surrogacy arrangements and within those categories, three ways of conceiving a surrogate child in such an arrangement. The  two categories of arrangements made between prospective parents and surrogates: Altruistic Surrogacy, where the surrogate mother is not paid for her ‘services,’ but performs them . . . Read more

Problems Modern Gynecology Creates, Then Ignores

  As tensions increase between the pro-choice and pro-life movements, it’s important to remember our objective. We must keep in mind not only that we are seeking life but also that we are following God’s law. There are four main issues in gynecology which directly contradicts God’s law. Abortion destroys a child’s right to life; . . . Read more

Reproductive Health Campaign Aimed at African University Students

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania – Population control-inspired “reproductive health” training programs are underway at Tanzanian universities this month, warned Emil Hagamu, director of English-speaking Africa for Human Life International. The pro-life advocate is warning students enrolled in colleges and universities to beware the ideology that underlies the programs targeting students from ages 19 to 24. . . . Read more

The Quest for a Motherless Society

(Zenit.org) — We read in Genesis that God created a man and a woman. Listen as Adam speaks of Eve: “This at last is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called Woman for she was taken out of Man.” (Gn 2:23) Since the beginning there has never been any intimation . . . Read more

Artificial Reproductive Technology: Constructing a Dystopia

(Zenit.org) — Both the 1932 novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley and the 1997 science fiction movie “Gattaca” are classified as dystopias because they depict societies riddled with misery, tragedy, and a dehumanizing culture. Both attribute this decline in civilization to manipulations of human genetics and perversions of human reproduction. In Brave New World . . . Read more