Staff Report The Archdiocese of Cincinnati will bestow its Respect Life Award for 2014 on Debbie Nieport and Susan Willke Enouen. The award will be presented by Bishop Joseph Binzer Oct. 5, Respect Life Sunday, at the 11 a.m. Mass at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral in downtown Cincinnati.
Staff Report Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas Judge Jerry Metz upheld a ruling Aug. 15 that could lead to the closure of the Lebanon Road Surgical Center, also called Women’s Med Center. The Sharonville facility offers abortion services and is the only facility in the area to offer late-term
Staff Report Dayton Right to Life and the Life Resource Centre announced Aug. 13 that Lila Rose will be this year’s Viva la Vita speaker. The event will take place Tuesday, Sept. 23 at the Mandalay Banquet Center in Dayton.
Staff Report A Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas Magistrate has upheld a decision to deny a license to the Lebanon Road Surgery Center in Sharonville. The Lebanon Road Surgery Center is an abortion facility.
By Carol Zimmermann and Katie Talalas Catholic News Service WASHINGTON — The polar vortex couldn’t chill the ardor of thousands of participants who demonstrated their determination to continue speaking out against abortion at the annual March for Life and rally Jan. 22 in Washington. Temperatures went briefly into double digits
UPDATE: Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas Judge Jerry Metzgranted the Women’s Med Center a stay on Jan. 31, meaning the clinic may remain open during the appeal process. By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph One of the three abortion providers in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati has been ordered to shutdown.
Staff Report Abortion is a difficult issue to discuss with young children because it confronts a tough reality. Still, teaching children about abortion and ways to support life early are important. Here are some suggested January family activities that focus on life.
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph In October, Ohio Right to Life broke the news that the Women’s Med Center, an abortion clinic in Sharonville, had its license revoked by the state for failing to comply with Ohio law requiring it have a transfer agreement with a local hospital. Just
As Catholics, we are called to be unapologetically pro-life. Throughout the history of the church, there has been an undeniable identity with the one who has no voice: the poor, the vulnerable, the disabled. All too frequently in the last two millennia, the church was the only voice that spoke
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph The 40 Days for Life program, a biannual, worldwide prayer vigil to end abortion, operated another successful campaign in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati this fall. Participants in 40 Days For Life vigils maintain a prayerful presence outside of abortion clinics (Clifton, Sharonville and Kettering