Pro-life leaders talk post-Roe action steps

If the U.S. Supreme Court were to overturn Roe v. Wade today, abortion would still be legal in most states tomorrow. Only five states have so-called “trigger laws” that immediately would prohibit abortion if and when the high court strikes down its

Colorado celebrates life in all its beauty

The Respect Life Office of the Archdiocese of Denver was to have presented the fifth annual Celebrate Life Rally and March in downtown Denver on Saturday, Jan. 12. The event has grown from 800 to 5,000 participants over the past five years

California pro-life march marks 15 years

The 15th annual Walk for Life West Coast will be held in the streets of downtown San Francisco on Saturday, Jan. 26. The central events of the event include a 12:30 p.m. rally at Civic Center Plaza, followed by a 1:30 p.m.

March embraces science, Catholic roots

  The March for Life in Washington, D.C., the largest annual pro-life event in the nation, was to be held Friday, Jan. 18, this year. The event was to begin with a noontime rally on the National Mall, followed by a walk

Maintaining a pro-life outlook

The presence of thousands of pro-lifers at the annual March for Life in Washington on Jan. 18, four days before the 46th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion, carried with it a sense of victory in sight for the marchers

Editorial: Life science

The pro-life movement is emphasizing a new angle for this year’s March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 18. The event that regularly brings tens of thousands of people together to oppose legal abortion in the United States has chosen the

Pro-Life warfare

The first Saturday of October this year was a close encounter with how thin the veil is between us and not only heaven, but hell, too. The morning Mass I went to had protesters. It was the 10th anniversary of a monthly

Church and foster care: Needed, yet under fire

Rising rates of opioid addiction have put an end to a decade of progress in foster care. But even with tens of thousands of children needing new homes, some Catholic organizations may be forced to close their doors over their decision to

Benefit of the doubt

It will happen. The recent words of Pope Francis stating that the death penalty, under any circumstances, is wrong will not likely be music to the ears of many Americans, including many Catholics. Our country has remained the only major, developed democracy