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Planned Parenthood's other 98 percent

Ever since David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress first revealed the abortion industry’s illegal trade in baby body parts, Planned Parenthood has ferociously insisted that only three percent of its “services” involve abortion. In its most recent annual report, the nation’s largest abortion provider reduced that figure to two percent. Close observation reveals what … [Read more...]

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Population control advocates hobnob at the Vatican

Is the Church being penetrated by neo-Malthusians whose end goal is support, via public policies, for birth control?

In 1873, a saint who professed herself “madly fond of children,” who “desire[d] to give many elect souls to Heaven,” gave birth to her ninth child—St. Thérèse of Lisieux. Today, the bishop presiding over the Vatican’s “Biological Extinction” workshop explains that with “education” we “don’t have children. We don’t have seven children. Maybe we have one [or] two children. No … [Read more...]

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Neural changes in women linked to use of hormonal contraceptives

Study indicates there is less gray matter in brains of those who are on the Pill

The following comes from a May 2 Science World Report article by Michael Finn: Research shows that contraception is likely to modify the function and structure of an adult woman's brain. 28 young females were compared before and after the three months of a regular intake of contraceptives, with another 28 normally cycling women of the same age. The objective of this … [Read more...]

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Same-sex marriage is uniting Evangelicals and Catholics

President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary says that Catholics got it right on contraception

The following comes from a May 9 Mercator article by Michael Cook: One surprising effect of the rise of same-sex marriage in the United States may be a convergence between evangelicals and the Catholic Church. The best evidence for this is a recent book by Albert Mohler, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and one of the nation’s most prominent Evangelical … [Read more...]

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USC students, professors react to new birth control law

As of April 1, pharmacists may now administer birth control without a prescription

The following comes from an April 10 Daily Trojan article by Danny Helms: The USC Pharmacy will now have the option to offer birth control following the implementation of the new California Birth Control Law, which went into effect Friday. The law allows pharmacists to offer birth control products, such as pills, shots, skin patches and vaginal rings, to women without a … [Read more...]

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Pope Francis suggests contraception could be permissible in Zika fight

He was asked whether abortion or birth control could be considered a “lesser evil”

The following comes from a February 18 Washington Post article by Sarah Pulliam Bailey and Michelle Boorstein: Pope Francis told reporters Thursday that using artificial contraception may be morally acceptable in fighting the Zika virus, but called abortion another situation entirely, akin to “what the Mafia does.” Francis’s comment came on the plane ride back to Rome … [Read more...]

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Why Berkeley health professor sees papal visit as a missed moment

Non-Catholic wants church to reject St. Augustine's teaching

The following comes from a September 28 California Magazine article by Krissy Eliot: As Pope Francis ended his widely hailed U.S. visit yesterday and flew home, he left behind at least one disappointed American: UC Berkeley professor of public health Malcolm Potts. Once again the Pope ignored the urging of family planning advocates such as Potts, who has repeatedly—and … [Read more...]

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