Using remarkable technology to eavesdrop on the unborn child, it seems as if every day in every way we find that he or she is a remarkable human being. One study builds on another on another, and so forth, showing ever-greater complexity. by Dave Andrusko | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com Using 4-dimensional ultrasound, a few…
1. Considering that the modification of human eggs or of early embryos for procreation using heritable (germ-line) interventions through the use of genetic material external to the entirety of the two parents’ hereditary information (their genomes) is a eugenic practice; 2. Considering that: The United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation’s (UNESCO) Universal Declaration on…
The presence of the Church in the public arena, between laity and laicism; the repercussions of the crisis on the peoples of Europe and their long-term effects, which question the believers’ communities; the role of the family; the protection of rights, the protection of the environment.
When Attorney Jill McElya and her husband Dr. Brad McElya were living in India in 2009, they founded Invisible Girl Project, an organization “[that] raises global awareness concerning the loss of female lives in India, pursues justice for lives lost, and assists Indian organizations in the rescue of and care for vulnerable Indian girls.”
“It is important that Christians express their opinion aloud in public, to draw attention to basic truths about human life, its dignity, family and marriage”, writes Mons. Stanislav Zvolenský
The “Caminhada pela Vida – UM DE NÓS” (March for Life – ONE OF US) invites the Portuguese people, and all European citizans, to get together for the promotion of human life from conception until natural death.
On September 17th, the General Assembly of the European Citizens Initiative One of Us , with the presence of the members from the different National Committees, has presented at the European Parliament the current situation of the Initiative One of Us. 1. – More than one million signatures had been collected by the Organizers .…
Archbishop Peter Smith, in charge of life issues at the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, spoke out against the decision of the British Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) not to prosecute the two doctors who were ready to perform a sex-selective abortion.
“India’s Missing Girls” was the title of an open hearing of the House Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations, held Tuesday by Congressman Chris Smith (NJ-04), Chairman of the House congressional panel that oversees global health and human rights.
The promotion of sex-selection abortion as a population control strategy, crafted in the United States by Planned Parenthood, the Population Council and others and then exported worldwide, has resulted millions of missing girls in India, China and elsewhere, a congressional human rights panel was told at a Sept. 10 hearing.