Florida’s Supreme Court justices Feb. 7 did not seem supportive of the challenge by state officials over a ballot initiative that aims to keep abortion protections in the state Constitution.
The Supreme Court said it will hear arguments on March 26 about how patients can access the commonly used abortion pill, mifepristone.
Watching her son Noah shuffle across the living room floor, iPad in hand and grinning ear to ear, Yamileth Johnson cannot imagine not having the nearly 6-year-old boy in her life.
Before thousands of faithful gathered at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception for the opening Mass for the National Prayer Vigil for Life, Bishop Michael Burbidge of Arlington, Virginia, offered a reminder that much work remains to be done in advocating against abortion and to serve families in need.
As Christine Darby watches her daughter Gemma, 3, happily playing on her iPad in the living room of their Nassau County home on a recent morning, her heart is filled with a mother’s love.
Catholics across the country are encouraged to pray “9 Days for Life,” an annual Respect Life novena starting Jan. 16.
After a federal appeals court ruled Jan. 2 that emergency room doctors in Texas are not required to perform abortions, effectively blocking regulatory guidance previously issued by the federal government, the state’s Catholic bishops said they welcome the ruling.
A federal appeals court ruled Jan. 2 that emergency room doctors are not required to perform abortions, going against guidance issued by the Biden administration that said these doctors could perform abortions, even in states where the procedure is banned, to stabilize the health of the mother.
The Supreme Court agreed Dec. 13 to look at a dispute over the availability of a commonly used abortion pill, mifepristone, making it the first abortion case it will hear since its decision overturning Roe v. Wade last year.
The Wisconsin Catholic Conference expressed “deep sadness and incredulity” over a Wisconsin judge’s decision stating that a state law from 1849 interpreted as banning abortions does not actually do so.