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A pro-life advocate prays during a "Love Them Both" rally sponsored by Indiana Right to Life July 26, 2022, at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis. The rally took place while an Indiana Senate committee was preparing to vote on a bill that would ban most abortions in the state. (CNS photo/Sean Gallagher, The Criterion)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Robert David Sullivan
Those who want to reduce or minimize abortion, as opposed to eliminating it, are in a more difficult political position. 
Hannah Joerger, left, Amanda Grosserode, center, and Mara Loughman hug after a Value Them Both watch party after the failure of a referendum to remove the right to abortion from the state constitution, on Aug. 2, 2022, in Overland Park, Kan. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Charles C. Camosy
Abortion activists have been preparing for years for a battle like the one in Kansas. But pro-lifers may have been caught flat-footed, perhaps never really believing that Roe would fall.
FaithFaith in Focus
Ellen Kelly
Based on my personal experience, I have spent years trying to help women find healing, acceptance, reconciliation and hope after making one of the most excruciating and difficult decisions of their lives.
In the midst of a crowd, a woman holds a sign which says "I vote pro-life first."
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Charles C. Camosy - Religion News Service
It is time for pro-lifers to abandon the nose-holding, smash the MAGA idol and find a different way.
A participant in the fourth annual Virginia March for Life in Richmond, Va., on April 27, 2022, carries a sign in Spanish reading "Pray for an end to abortion." (CNS photo/Michael Mickle, The Catholic Virginian)
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
J.D. Long-García
A new poll found that 75 percent of Hispanic Catholics say abortion should be legal in “most or all cases.” But interviews with community and faith leaders suggest more nuance, and more ambivalence, among Latinos.
Politics & SocietyNews
Margaret Peppiatt - Catholic News Service
An opportunity for more research on ectopic pregnancies cannot be overlooked as controversy over these pregnancies erupted following Roe v. Wade being overturned.