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Politics & SocietyDispatches
J.D. Long-García
In states like California, which expanded access to abortion after Roe was overturned last year, pro-life Latinos are asking: How can we make sure that the people who want to have kids are able to have them?
A pro-life sign is displayed March for Life rally in Washington.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Christina Bennett
It would be wonderful to live in a world where we don’t need to march because every child is protected from violence in the womb. But today there are still thousands of children sacrificed daily on the abortion “altars” of convenience.
many people gathering in washington dc, people holding signs protesting abortion, one reads "I am the post-roe generation"
Politics & SocietyFeatures
Kerry Weber
“The march has always been about an end to Roe, but it’s also about an end to abortion.”
Politics & SocietyPodcasts
The Gloria Purvis Podcast
This week on “The Gloria Purvis Podcast,” Gloria speaks with Jeanne Mancini, the president of the National March for Life since the fall of 2012, about the future of the the pro-life movement.
Politics & SocietyLast Take
Kathryn Jean Lopez
We need to lead a revolution of mercy—and truth.
A woman holds up a sign during a rally against assisted suicide in 2016 on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Ontario. In a Toronto speech, Cardinal Gerhard Muller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, has urged Canadians to work to reverse euthanasia rulings. (CNS photo/Art Babych)
Politics & SocietyEditorials
The Editors
There is a reason the Catholic Church often speaks of abortion and euthanasia together as life issues.