- Jan 25, 2021
Reflecting a national trend, the Catholic diocese of St. Cloud, Minnesota, is closing its adoption and pregnancy counseling services, as low teen pregnancy rates and greater acceptance of single parenting means less demands for adoption agencies.
Two decades ago, Mother Teresa enlisted then-First Lady Hillary Clinton to help open a center for infants and children in Washington, D.C., with Clinton saying the two women found common ground in seeing adoption as a better choice than abortion. The question is, could Clinton revive that conviction today?
ROME — A vast crowd of Italians gathered in Rome’s Circus Maximus Saturday to “defend the family and children,” protesting a proposed law that would establish civil unions for gay couples and grant those couples full adoption rights. Called “Family Day,” the rally was organized in response to a bill
As more Americans than ever before turn to in vitro fertilization to create families, a surprising ethical question — what to do with thousands of embryos stuck in a sort of frozen limbo — is dividing US Catholics who call themselves pro-life, with some calling for the embryos to be adopted, while
I’m 35 and unmarried, with a good job and a loving, extended family. I haven’t had a romantic partner for several years, and the future outlook isn’t much better. I’d love to have kids, and I fear that time is running out — so I am considering becoming pregnant without