Le vie Forum Européen One of Us tenu à Palerme (Italie) a réuni 400 participants et attribué le prix One of Us 2022 à titre posthume au Pr Jerôme Lejeune pour son “ardente defense de la vie”

La VIe édition du Forum européen One of Us qui s’est tenue du 18 au 20 novembre à Palerme, en Italie, a réuni plus de 400 participants dans cette belle ville italienne. La rencontre a été voulue et organisée conjointement avec le 42e Congrès national du Mouvement pour la Vie italien. Les organisateurs soulignent que…

New figures reveal that 1,601 women who made initial consultations opted not to proceed with an abortion last year

Figures revealed from replies to separate parliamentary questions submitted by deputies Carol Nolan and Seán Canney have shown that 1,601 women who initially made an appointment did not proceed to have an abortion last year at primary care level. In 2021, there were 8,284 initial consultations but 6,683 abortions took place last year, according to…

Unconscionable that Government is making telemedicine abortion permanent after HSE admits that it increases chances of women being coerced into abortions

At the Pro Life Campaign’s National Conference in Dublin on Saturday, the group strongly criticised government plans to make ‘at home’ telemedicine abortion a permanent fixture. The Government sanctioned the practice following the Covid outbreak but gave strong assurances at the time that the practice would end along with other Covid restrictions being lifted. However,…

SYMPOSIUM “Analyzing euthanasia and assisted suicide worldwide”

European Parliament, Brussels november 16th from 9h20 to 16h30 Our countries face increasing pressure to legalize euthanasia or to include new groups in current euthanasia laws. Doctors are increasingly faced with requests from patients to end their lives through euthanasia. Ending the suffering does not imply a right to require a care professional to end…

The main clinics dedicated to performing abortions in Madrid have invoiced 7.3 million euros during 2020, the first year of the coronavirus pandemic

Today El Debate publishes a research report in which it reveals the finances of the seven abortion centers most profitable in the capital of Spain.  In the same way, this newspaper publishes the names of the businessmen behind this millionaire business. Since 2016, the year in which 93,131 abortions were registered in Spain, until today, the…

Abortion will not become a constitutional right in France. The French Senate rejected a motion to that end.

After heated discussions, 172 Senators voted against it, while 139 supported the motion. Most opponents of the proposal belong to the right-wing of the political spectrum, while the left was mainly in favour of including abortion in the Constitution, Valeurs Actuelles reports. The text of the draft would add two sentences to the Constitution, La Croix reports. “No one…

Abortion international company Planned Parenthood is sued in court for using the abortion pill to induce a “fully formed” 30-week-old baby

A lawsuit filed against Planned Parenthood accuses the organization of miscalculating a woman’s pregnancy so egregiously that she painfully delivered a “fully formed” 30 to 36-week baby boy into a toilet. The suit alleges that the abortionist calculated her pregnancy at just six (6) weeks, then prescribed her abortion pills. The named “defendants” are Planned Parenthood abortionist…