Baby born after RU-486 reversal is ‘light of our life,’ says father
Feb 25 2015
Two-month-old Gabriel Caicedo is one of 78 children who have been saved by a new medical protocol.
Mothers of murder victim, death-row inmate describe their anguish
Feb 15 2015
Murder leaves plenty of collateral damage to the living. Just ask Vicki Schieber and Terri Steinberg.
Providence Diocese offers to bury fetus found at sewage treatment plant
Jan 27 2015
The Diocese of Providence has offered to provide a proper burial for a fetus found in mid-January.
Georgie’s story: Choosing life when the prognosis is death
Jan 23 2015
The ultrasound technician who gently swept a probe across my wife’s gel-covered belly spoke hardly a word.
Archdiocese of Baltimore participants find inspiration at Washington's March for Life
Jan 22 2015
Cold or snowy, sunny or cloudy, the March for Life is still Maria Simpson's "favorite day of the year."
It’s up to young people to ‘end the scourge of abortion,’ says speaker
Jan 22 2015
On a chilly and cloudy morning on the National Mall in Washington, crowds gathered Jan. 22 for the annual March for Life.
Missouri girl comes to Washington to march, visit lawmakers on Hill
Jan 22 2015
Being the youngest member of the Missouri Life Caravan at age 10 brings certain advantages, Meghan Meehan learned.
Baltimore archdiocese ready for March for Life
Jan 15 2015
The Archdiocese of Baltimore will be well represented at the Jan. 22 March for Life in Washington, D.C..
‘Biggest human rights rally’ returns for March for Life
Jan 03 2015
“The biggest human rights rally in the world,” as one participant described it, will return to the nation’s capital Jan. 22.
Maryland Catholic Conference commends death row commutations
Dec 31 2014
The Maryland Catholic Conference commended Gov. Martin J. O’Malley’s Dec. 31 announcement that he will commute the state’s four remaining death sentences to life without the possibility of parole.
Spiritual adoption: Daily prayer program remembers unborn babies
Nov 23 2014
Unborn babies in danger of losing their lives to abortion, illness or dire medical conditions are being remembered.
Institute officials outline alternatives to in vitro for infertile couples
Nov 13 2014
For couples struggling to conceive a child, in vitro fertilization has been a medical standard for the past 30 years.
Companies criticized for offering to pay to freeze female workers’ eggs
Nov 12 2014
Helen Alvare says companies are not answering for the psychological, spiritual or even physical harms associated with reproductive technologies.
Stepping onto court a dream come true for student with terminal cancer
Nov 06 2014
Lauren Hill described herself in an ESPN interview as the face of pediatric cancer.
Woman’s suicide called tragedy, symbol of ‘culture of death’ in U.S.
Nov 03 2014
Brittany Maynard, a young California woman who was suffering from terminal brain cancer, ended her life Nov. 1.