Editorial: By emphasizing a single issue and making it obligatory to vote according to a candidate's stance on that issue, bishops put many Catholics in a difficult position.
Roe v. Wade
A small c catholic: Christians are flawed human beings who would do well to adopt the Benedictine virtue of humility any time we dispute matters with others.
The fate of the controversial Texas abortion law is in the hands of the Supreme Court, and a decision is not expected before June.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in its first abortion case, Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, in nine years March 2 in a challenge by Texas abortion clinics.
Making a Difference: Thousands braved the elements to witness to the dignity of unborn human life, and to protest the gravely immoral practice of abortion.
Just Catholic: There was no real coverage of the 43rd March for Life. Isn't discussion about abortion newsworthy?
Young Voices: There is a real divide in the church between pro-life champions and social justice activists. But Catholics in particular can do something about it.
Both the number of abortions and the rate of abortion is dropping, according to figures in the "State of Abortion in America" report by the National Right to Life Committee.
Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York called on Catholics to participate in a new "9 Days for Life" campaign launched by the U.S. bishops' Secretariat of Pro-Life Activities.
The Supreme Court justices will decide whether tough restrictions placed on abortion clinics and doctors in Texas constitute an "undue burden" on women seeking legal abortions.