- Aug 3, 2020
With budget cuts likely to draw Georgia lawmakers’ attention and contentious 2020 elections on the horizon, one overarching question hangs over the legislative session that begins Monday: Will there be an appetite to take up divisive social issues again this year?
Heeding a call from Toronto Cardinal Thomas Collins to “speak more loudly by silence,” Canada’s largest pro-life march reversed course May 10 after it was blocked for at least 20 minutes by a counterprotest.
An Uruguayan non-profit organization called “Godmothers for Life” has been serving mothers in crisis pregnancies for more than 17 years, working out of a facility at Saint Jerome Chapel in Montevideo.
A Baltimore law that required an anti-abortion pregnancy counseling center to post disclaimers in its waiting room is unconstitutional, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed pro-life legislation that “would have strengthened” the state’s Abortion Control Act “by banning the cruel and brutal practice of dismemberment abortions,” said the state Catholic conference.
The number of protesters is expected to surge this weekend when Texas-based Operation Save America converges on Louisville for a weeklong vigil, with the long-term goal of making Kentucky a national model in its push to end abortion. The group urges state officials to ignore the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision in 1973 that legalized abortion.