Advocacy groups, including the U.S. bishops conference, have cautioned against allowing a government shutdown before the deadline on Sept. 30, urging lawmakers to come to an agreement and keep the government open.
A new report from Pew Research Center stated that American's views of the family are “complicated” and “more pessimistic” than previous statistics showed.
Pro-life leaders respond to former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump calling six-week abortion bans “terrible,” singling out Florida's ban in particular.
Former President George W. Bush called for the reauthorization of PEPFAR, the AIDS relief program, calling the program “sufficiently pro-life,” despite claims to the contrary from some pro-life advocates.
Cardinal Dolan said that in remembering the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Americans should also reflect on Sept. 12, 2001, when Americans came together to console and recover.
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, an influential figure in Democratic politics who was also U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and energy secretary in the Clinton administration, died on Sept. 1.
Just three of the top nine Republican candidates have said they would sign a federal abortion limit sought by a prominent pro-life group.
The president of the March for Life said in the group “is encouraged by the 5th Circuit’s acknowledgment of the FDA’s reckless decision to lift critical safeguards related to the administration of powerful drugs used in chemical abortion.”
Catholic political scholars weigh in on Trump indictment in Georgia and 2024: ‘It’s not a happy prospect’
Notre Dame professor Robert Schmuhl said the Georgia indictment “reads like a who’s who of Trump loyalists—and lawyers—at the center of the alleged attempt to change the outcome of Georgia’s presidential vote count in 2020.”