Senate Rejects the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act

This week, Senator Sasse introduced a piece of legislation that sought to protect infants who survive botched abortions. Oftentimes legislation consists of hundred of pages of legalities and long-winded political speech, but the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act does not follow that trend. It, instead, simply seeks to provide the same rights to survivors of [...]

New York’s Reproductive Health Act is Already Having a Negative Impact

Recent weeks have brought a great deal of conversation concerning new abortion laws being introduced and subsequently passed across the country. New York, the most recent state to move in this direction, passed the Reproductive Health Act (RHA) on January 22nd. This act, that legalizes abortion through the third trimester and removes abortion from the [...]

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Justice Kennedy’s Retirement Brings Hope to the Pro-Life Movement

The pro-life movement had a, dare I say, great week. It feels odd to write those words, but those words are truth. We won a landmark case this week as the Court ruled in the favor of NIFLA, California pregnancy centers, and free speech for everyone. I am not going to dissect that case today, [...]

Human Dignity, Consistent Advocacy, and the Border

Congress should act this week to correct the current policy allowing for the separation of immigrant children from their parents if those parents have attempted to enter the border of the U.S. illegally. I realize that this statement may make some of you uncomfortable, but this is a Gospel issue as well as a pro-life [...]

Ireland Voters Choose Regression as They Turn From Their Pro-Life Roots

We are living in a time of progress. The sci-fi cartoons from years gone by are now becoming a reality. Automated cars, solar panels, trips to Mars, and artificial intelligence are no longer ideas waiting to be fulfilled. Instead, Elon Musk, Google, and Apple are spending billions to bring the imaginary to life. We have [...]

Weeds to be Eradicated or Lives to be Celebrated

The Washington Post published an article recently from an author that argued in favor of selective abortion when the baby in the womb is found to have Down syndrome. The author celebrates the Science that allows us to test earlier today for abnormalities. She goes as far as saying that her two children are healthy, [...]

HOPE In and Out of the Exam Room

HOPE is blessed, through the support of our partners, to serve men and women in our city holistically...mind, body, and spirit. One of the ways we are able to meet the needs of our patients outside of the exam room is through parenting education. Through our education program we are able to equip, mentor, and [...]

Pain Capable Bill Stalls in the Senate

The Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act made its way to the Senate this week with very little hope of passage. Our prognostications were correct as we watched a filibuster and a debate that ultimately stymied the bill from ever making it to the floor for a vote. This bill would amend the federal code [...]