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Britain will see first ever TV advert that informs about abortion

Abortion has been legal in the UK for more than 40 years, but a planned advert informing women where to go and find such a service still inflames so-called family groups, church leaders and others who call the move 'grotesque' and threaten legal action.

Op-Ed: Negotiating Abortion and the Catholic Faith Special

Raised in large Catholic families, Gail and Robert Anderson's faith and politics were questioned when the developmental issues of their unborn child led them to the offices of Dr. George Tiller.

Gallop: Americans More Pro-life Than Pro-Choice

For the first time, since Gallop started asking abortion questions in 1995, more Americans are identifying themselves as Pro-Life than those who are calling themselves Pro-choice.

Canada Poised To Reopen Abortion Debate

It has been twenty years since Canada's Supreme Court struck down Criminal Code restrictions on abortion. The new chairman of a secretive pro-life Parliamentary caucus told The Canadian Press that people need to be better educated.

Father Jay Scott Newman - Pro-Life or Pro-White?

Father Jay Scott Newman told his South Carolina congregation that they should not take communion if they voted for president elect Barack Obama, because he is pro-choice. But he did not tell them that when the pro-choice candidates were white.

Catholic Bishops vs. Barack Obama

Abortion was on the back burner during this election cycle but U.S. Catholic Bishops are a gathering force determined to pit Catholic faithful against Barack Obama. Obama’s extreme pro-choice stance is forcing many Catholics to take a second look.

Obama Receives Endorsement From NARAL Pro-Choice America

Recently, Democratic co-frontrunner Senator Barack Obama of Illinois has received a valuable endorsement from NARAL Pro-Choice America.

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