Jerry Novotny OMI
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January 31, 2015

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When Assisted Suicide Is Legalized, You May Be Euthanized To Harvest Your Organs
I have been reporting on the non-voluntary euthanasia deaths in the Netherlands for more than 20 years, the infanticide, euthanasia of the elderly “tired of life,” psychiatrists killing the mentally ill.

Planned Parenthood Is America’s Biggest Abortion Business: Operates 45% Of All Abortion Clinics
Women’s health care. Reproductive health. These are the euphemisms Planned Parenthood uses to hide the fact that it is the biggest abortion business in the United States.

Harry Reid Calls Bill To Ban Abortions After 20 Weeks America’s “Worst Nightmare”
Thomas Jefferson said that the care and protection of human life was the first order of business for any decent government, but Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid has a fundamentally different opinion of the pro-life bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks. He calls it America’s “worst nightmare.”

Baby Boy Was Born Without Eyes, But His Parents Love Him Just As Much
Had some parents known about his condition before he was born, they may had considered an abortion. But little 3-month-old Richie Lopez’s parents had no idea that their son would be born without eyes.

Sanctity Of Life Video Resource Draws Attention To The Impact Of Abortion
Heroic Media's Video, "The Apology," offers comfort and healing to post-abortive women and men

New Pampers Ad Celebrating Babies : The Most Powerful Pro-Life Video You’ve Ever Seen
While the upcoming Superbowl ads count on puppies and scantily clad women for views, Pampers is counting on something infinitely more precious: babies – both born and unborn.

Philippine Migrants Face Abuse Abroad And Apathy At Home
Overseas worker Marina Sarno says she is lucky to be alive after months of cruel treatment at the hands of a family in the United Arab Emirates.

Women Affected By Abortion Share Heartfelt Stories At March For Life
Every year the media ignore the thousands who gather on the National Mall to celebrate life – in 2015, an estimated 200,000 gathered and ABC and NBC refused to acknowledge the March for Life. While conservative and religious organizations covered the annual event, one story that is often untold is the personal. This year, MRC Culture’s Katie Yoder spoke with six women eager to share their stories of heartbreak and hope on the other side of abortion – the perspectives the media want to censor.

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Ethical Perspectives

New! A murderous blame game

Zac Alstin
Plenty of people are keen to point out that the staff of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo contributed to their own deaths earlier this month when they were gunned down by two jihadists. Not that they are responsible for what happened, mind you. No, of course the murderers are responsible for their actions. Nor would we say they quite 'brought it upon themselves'. I suppose, just that... well if they hadn't published such gratuitously offensive cartoons they might be alive today. The more I think about it, the more this observation seems so utterly trivial.

New! 2014: the year of international surrogacy

Claire Achmad
This year the international spotlight turned with full-force on cross-border commercial surrogacy. The reality of children being born this way and the potentially devastating consequences of babies being abandoned and stateless shocked our collective consciousness.

New! Mario Cuomo's Catholic funeral

Matt C. Abbott
Former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo received a Catholic funeral despite his support of legalized abortion during his political career.

Contraception and the Decline of the Family

Donald DeMarco
The ideology of choice dominates our current society. People are misled into thinking that choice itself is a virtue, forgetting that virtuous behaviour requires not any choice whatsoever, but the choice of a moral good. God's plan as well as Church teaching demands that the sex act, that is to say the "marital act", not be severed from its natural ordination to the possibility of new life. History has shown, and rather incontrovertibly that once sex is divorced from life, it soon becomes divorced from marriage, love, family, and even a relationship with a heterosexual partner.

Getting It Over With
What Euthanasia Steals from Us

John Stonestreet
Facing an unpleasant circumstance, sometimes we just want to "get it over with." But that's no way to approach people at the end of their life

At 95, Nelson Mandela shows how good can drown evil

Eugene Ohu
Nelson Mandela is spending his 95th birthday in hospital with a recurring lung infection, and to mark the 67 years he spent in public life South Africans are being encouraged to get involved in 67 minutes of charitable acts such as "renovating schools and orphanages, cleaning hospitals and distributing food to the poor".

The Fight to Stop Population Control in Philippines Continues
Supreme Court to Reconsider Controversial "Reproductive Health" Bill

Steven Mosher
Proponents of population control in the Philippines, including the Obama administration, were in a celebratory mood on December 17, 2012 when the so-called "Reproductive Health" (RH) Bill was signed into law. But they may have started partying too soon. The Supreme Court of the Philippines has now suspended the law for 120 days while it considers whether or not it violates the Philippine Constitution.

Nameless, but never forgotten

Diana Mylek
I don't remember her name; I probably never will. But she was the woman responsible for saving my son's life. This Mother's Day, I'd like to celebrate the woman who gave me the courage to be a mother. In 1978, I was a scared 16-year-old with a terrible secret. Raised in a good Catholic home, I knew the difference between right and wrong. My parents were loving, involved, and fairly strict. But I was young and pressured by what I deemed my need to keep up with my friends. Suddenly, doing what was right didn't seem to be the answer.