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Brothers of Charity in Belgium Push Back on Euthanasia Directive

From the Catholic News Agency: Following a decision by the board of several Belgian Catholic psychiatric hospitals to start performing euthanasia, the religious brothers who operate the hospitals said the policy change is unacceptable and cannot be implemented. “We...

On the Line for Justice in Perú

Dear friends at .famvin, I hope you are well. Here's the article about the March for Life in Perú: The March for Life is organized by the Archdiocese of Lima. We look to defend life from conception. In this fourth time, around 750,000 people participated. God unites,...

Holy Hangout – Life issues

The most recent Daughters of Charity Holy Hang Out focused on the full spectrum of life issues.  They invited questions via YouTube and Twitter.  Sisters involved with life issues across the Catholic pro-life issues spectrum from conception all the way through natural...

Cupich: Pro-lifers Want Everybody to Have ‘Place at the Table’

“It’s not about criticizing or judging or condemning, it’s about accompanying one another because that’s what life is all about — living in community,”

Another facet of being pro-life

Another facet of being pro-life

Deacon Greg Kandra devotes his blog post to  John Allen's reflection on the Church’s newest “pro-life” cause From his column in The Boston Globe:  In Catholic parlance, certain terms carry weight far beyond their face value meaning. Calling something a “pro-life”...

Pope tweets for Life

Pope tweets for Life

Benedict XVI took a break from his regular tweets to take a stand in more controversial matters, and offer his support for theMarch for Life, which will take place on Friday, January 25 in Washington, D.C. Reaching out to his nearly 2.6 million followers, he...

The Right to Life Does Not End at Birth

Every day I walk from Union Station to NETWORK, here on Capitol Hill. And every day, I pass homeless people who are sitting or walking with all their worldly possessions on their backs. "StreetSense" vendors wave newspapers in front of me and one man always asks, “(Do...

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