Last updated on June 7th, 2021 at 11:36 am
Northern Ireland. A testimony of a mother about her own happy pregnancy, in which she says she is glad that abortion was illegal at the time when she was faced with an unplanned pregnancy.
Ireland. As much as 90% of family physicians are against abortion.
Austria. Catholic bishops oppose euthanasia.
Slovakia. The bill to limit abortion, while facilitating mothers and families in need, is back on the table.
United States of America. A young American teenager has graduated from college after becoming a mom – yet another example that shows women and girls can succeed in their dreams and become mothers.
The New York Times is taking note of the country’s demographic problem and showing the first signs of reconsidering its views.
Canada. The bill to ban sex-selective abortion of unborn children garners more parliamentary support.
A touching video message from the Pope in favor of marriage and the natural family.
Europe. Conservative women’s world launches pro-family statement, themed: Family Lives Matter.
United States of America. A survey of families of Hispanic origin reveals that a majority prefer the voucher system of aid versus the statism of the proposals put forward by the Biden Administration.
India. The Supreme Court reaffirms the sanctity of the marriage bond against the idea that marriage is a mere “contract”.
Religion and freedom
Scotland. The government will support, including financially, the security of churches and religious freedom.
India. An Indian doctor prays to Jesus during her work shift: now she risks prison.
Kenya. The general director of the Atheist and Masonic Association converts, becoming an apostle of Christianity.
Freedom of education
United States of America. In Catholic schools, students demonstrate much higher performance, achievement, and educational attainment than in public schools.
The pressure of the conservative Christian world on the political staff is getting satisfactory results.
Scotland. A heartfelt appeal by organizations, the world of culture and teachers to protect the freedom of thought and research in universities.
United Kingdom. Even some left-wing periodicals have stood up for the freedom of thought and speech against the new conformism.
United States of America. Perhaps the LGBT+ madness has reached the climax and is about to collapse, says Paul R. McHugh, a professor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
The Association of Pediatricians is sounding a serious alarm: denying the reality of human biological sexuality poses a danger to society.
For the umpteenth time, a leader of US feminism dismantles the fad of transsexualism.
United Kingdom. A courageous initiative of the Christian Institute against the government: if there are no guarantees for religious freedom, the decree that wants to ban the so-called “reparative therapies” will end up in court.