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(Cincinnati, OH, June 26, 2020) – Pregnancy Center West (PCW) announced today that it has provided 500 free ultrasound scans since launching this new capability in March of 2019. Pregnancy Center West provides free pregnancy tests, ultrasound scans and urine-based STD tests at its Center in Price Hill. Each year,

by Courtney Mares Vatican City, May 29, 2020 / 07:10 am MT (CNA).- The Vatican has published a free book online that can be a resource for parents facing a difficult or fatal diagnosis for their unborn child during pregnancy. The nearly 300-page ebook is a compilation of speeches given

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by Mary Farrow Denver Newsroom, May 8, 2020 / 05:29 pm MT (CNA).- Mother’s Day is going to look different for most families this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic. For Catholics, some churches are in the process of slowly re-opening public Masses, but the dispensation from the Sunday obligation

by Katie Sciba She was 19 years old when she found out she was pregnant. Afraid of disappointing her parents, Sarah* and her boyfriend decided to abort their child. “We were in quick and then the baby was gone,” she said, “and it was something I never talked about.” Sarah

Healing Masses for those grieving the loss of an unborn child, including to miscarriage, stillbirth and abortion, are scheduled for April 29 at 7 p.m., at four locations in the archdiocese. The Masses will be held at St. Ignatius Loyola Parish 5222 North Bend Rd. Cincinnati, 45247 St. Veronica Parish

She practically danced into the doctor’s office for her standard ultrasound appointment. When the sonographer placed the transducer (the handheld device that transmits the sound waves) onto her abdomen, nothing unusual was anticipated. But after some time, the technician informed her there was no heartbeat, and the baby was measuring

Dr. Janet Smith, known for her “Contraception: Why Not?” CD and website “Sexual Common Sense” website, will be the keynote speaker for the annual banquet. Dinner follows optional 5:30 pm Mass; all proceeds go to the pregnancy center and its programs. For information or to purchase tickets, see the link below.  

Henry Flowers IV, director of Protecting Black Life at Life Issues Institute, will be the keynote speaker at this evening that will include dinner and compelling statements by crisis pregnancy center clients and director Vivian Koob. So big one night isn’t enough – program is the same April 6 and 7.

Henry Flowers IV, director of Protecting Black Life at Life Issues Institute, will be the keynote speaker at this evening that will include dinner and compelling statements by crisis pregnancy center clients and director Vivian Koob. So big one night isn’t enough – program is the same April 6 and 7.