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Students and other participants hold signs at the 2020 March for Life in Washington, DC, on Jan. 24, 2020. Credit: Peter Zelasko/CNA
by Katie Yoder, Christine Rousselle Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jan 16, 2022 / 14:35 pm Pro-life Americans from across the country are planning to attend the March for Life on Friday, Jan. 21 in Washington, D.C. Most years, the No. 1 question marchers have ahead of the event is, “What’s the weather forecast?” This …

by Katie Yoder Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jan 13, 2022 / 14:24 pm Saying it “stands firmly” in support of legalized abortion, a Washington, D.C. restaurant has canceled a pro-life group’s booking for its annual “March for Life Breakfast.” The group, Democrats for Life of America, scheduled the event at the …

Seton High School's Life Squad March for Life in Washington DC (Courtesy Photo)
by Christine Rousselle Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jan 11, 2022 / 11:48 am The March for Life Education and Defense Fund announced the speaker lineup for the upcoming 49th annual March for Life on Jan. 21. Among the speakers at the rally proceeding the march will be actor Kirk Cameron, “Duck …

by Christine Rousselle, Katie Yoder Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jan 4, 2022 / 16:21 pm Pro-life leaders say they are deeply disturbed by a recent New York Times investigation that found some prenatal blood tests have alarmingly high false positive results for genetic disorders that frequently result in the abortion of unborn …

by Shannon Mullen Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Jan 2, 2022 / 07:30 am His fellow Democrats call him a traitor (and worse) and the leaders of his party have pressured him to resign. What has Aaron “A.J.” Oliver, the Democratic municipal chairman in his New Jersey hometown, done to deserve such …

Carol was happily married, until she became pregnant with her first child. She then started getting hit for a variety of reasons such as now being ugly, or not doing things quickly enough. At first she was too embarrassed to say anything to her family, but eventually the bruises became …

by Jonah McKeown Denver Newsroom, Dec 20, 2021 / 11:19 am John Kraemer isn’t an architect by training, but he is a builder. In fact, he’s probably designed and built more buildings than the average architect. The only difference? Kraemer’s creations are made entirely out of Lego bricks — and …

by Jonah McKeown Springfield, Ill., Dec 17, 2021 / 17:01 pm Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker on Friday signed a repeal of the state’s Parental Notice of Abortion Act, a move which drew consternation from Catholic and pro-life people in the state. Under the repeal, which the Democratic governor signed Dec. …

by Katie Yoder Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Dec 16, 2021 / 15:42 pm The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) lifted restrictions on mifepristone, a drug approved for use in medical abortions, on Thursday. The decision authorizes doctors to prescribe the drugs online and mail the pills, allowing women to perform early …

by Katie Yoder Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Dec 10, 2021 / 16:45 pm When Our Lady appeared to St. Juan Diego nearly 500 years ago, she came first and foremost as a mother — the mother of God, and our mother. “Listen, and let it penetrate your heart, my dear little …