A Catholic bishop has praised a decision by the British government not to impose exclusion zones around abortion clinics throughout the country.
James T. Keane August 14, 2018
One of the leading novelists of our age on faith, fiction and his distrust of religious institutions.
 Pro-life advocates celebrate in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Aug. 9 after lawmakers voted against a bill that would have legalized abortion. The Senate voted against the bill, dashing the hopes of supporters of legal abortion in the predominantly Catholic country, homeland of Pope Francis. (CNS photo/Agustin Marcarian, Reuters)
Charles C. Camosy August 10, 2018
A diversity of views on abortion made for an actual debate among those who have power in Argentina.
Demonstrators against decriminalizing abortion celebrate outside Congress in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018. (AP Photo/Luisa Balaguer)
A grassroots movement came closer than ever to achieving the decriminalization of the procedure in the homeland of Pope Francis.
U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar speaks during a news conference in late June at the Justice Department in Washington. (CNS photo/Jonathan Ernst, Reuters) 
Catholic News Service August 08, 2018
The letter also requested that health plans which include abortion notify consumers of that fact at the time of enrollment to prevent consumers from buying such plans if they who do not wish to.
Hundreds of physicians have staged anti-abortion protests as an abortion rights bill moves toward a vote in the Senate next week.