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Before the morning bell at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, some 20 students gathered in a Spanish classroom May10. They watched as a screen flashed facts and pictures of embryos set to high … more
WASHINGTON — The pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, in a position statement issued earlier this spring, said some of its drugs are not meant to be used for executions and that it would restrict those … more
NEW YORK — On a drizzly gray morning in early May, the bright kitchen at Visitation Mission on Manhattan's East Side was filled with the sound of laughter and the inviting aromas of fresh-cut … more
On April 7, 1967, Time magazine’s cover featured a new medical innovation: the birth control pill. The periodical hailed it as a “miraculous tablet … (that) has changed and liberated the sex … more
Richard Doerflinger will retire as associate director of the Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities April 29 after 36 years of service to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. Greg Schleppenbach, … more
WASHINGTON — One day after Planned Parenthood's president, Cecile Richards, spoke at Georgetown University, Washington Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl celebrated a University Mass for Life for college … more
WASHINGTON — The controversy over the appearance by the head of Planned Parenthood at Jesuit-run Georgetown University April 20 became the background to a standing ovation. Cecile Richards was … more
A retreat weekend sponsored by Entering Canaan Ministry for people who have lost a sibling as a result of abortion will take place at the St. Gabriel Retreat House, 1201 Hilton Ave., Catonsville, … more
Catholic Charities’ Center for Adoption Services moved to new space in Fairfax on Old Lee Highway near Fairfax Circle and has been renamed Pregnancy and Adoption Support. The center celebrated the new space with a blessing by Arlington Bishop Paul S. Loverde and a small reception. more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in its first abortion case in nine years March 2 in a challenge by Texas abortion clinics to a 2013 state law that requires them to comply … more
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