- United States of America. Economist Paul Krugman’s statements about the rightness of Malthusian theory are refuted by an analysis of the Foundation for Economic Education.
- Argentina. Judge Alfredo López of the Federal Court of La Plata, who last week suspended the law on abortion pending a judgment on constitutionality, invites the pro-life world to “go on the offensive”.
- Guatemala. President Alejandro Giammattei reiterates that he will sign the law on religious freedom which also provides for the constitutional protection of conceived babies and the natural family.
- Italy. Opera singer Andrea Bocelli sings a new version of the famous song Mamma in honor of the mother who refused to abort him.
- United Kingdom. There is a growing number of public spokespersons with Down’s Syndrome taking a stand against the pro-euthanasia bills being debated in the House of Commons.
- Spain. The Catholic Bishops’ Conference is at the center of a renewed commitment to the natural family as a proposal for young people.
- Europe. A conference of the International Federation for Family Development illustrates the positive and negative trends facing European families in the near future.
- United States of America. American Principles Project points to the natural family as the key to reviving the American dream.
- Australia. There is a growing outcry against the Australian Breastfeeding Association after its leaders claimed they also support transgender “mothers”.
- United Kingdom. A proof of firmness from writer J.K. Rowling, who is once again forced on social media to defend herself against threats from promoters of LGBT+ ideology.
- Hungary. In response to instrumental polemics and threats from the European Union, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán calls for a popular referendum on the law protecting children from any hetero or homosexual harassment.
- United States of America. The state of Louisiana will vote again to give final approval, after the governor’s veto, to the law that protects women in sports competitions by banning transgender athletes from participating.
- Already, there are 17 attorneys general from individual American states who are supporting in court the Arkansas law to ban puberty-blocking drugs and sex-transition surgery.
- Serbia. Tennis champion and Wimbledon winner Novak Đoković is proud to declare himself an Orthodox Christian first and an athlete second.
- Colombia. President Iván Duque Márquez is asking citizens to pray for insurgents and terrorists who are bloodying Colombian cities.
- United Kingdom. Evangelical pastor Franklin Graham, who was banned from a public gathering of worshippers last year because of his opposition to LGBT+ ideology, will receive £100,000 in compensation.
- United States of America. There are at least seven athletes on the Olympic team competing in athletic events who say they are proud of their Christian faith.