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July 31, 2021
My mother has dementia. I’ve been a mother myself for a good quarter century, so I’m used to trying to help people who can’t express what they want. Or who don’t want what they should. Or who don’t understand what they truly want. But this is different. In those cases I’d be trying to show respect and
June 15, 2021
Texas high schooler Paxton Smith gave a surprise valedictorian’s address at her high school’s graduation reacting to the state’s attempt to restrict abortion. She said she needed access to abortion to accomplish her goals. Without it, she was “terrified.” Jacqueline Abernathy, once an ambitious high school star herself, explains why she’s so wrong.   “I
March 27, 2017
The Pope ended his day-long visit to Milan by speaking at an annual encounter for young people preparing for confirmation
March 13, 2017
39 girls were killed and others injured in a blaze that began in a youth shelter after mattresses were set alight
February 13, 2017
Rival demonstrations have taken place at Planned Parenthood centres across America
February 06, 2017
Citing St Teresa, the Pope appealed for 'courageous educational action in favour of human life'
December 14, 2016
New state regulations require the interment of the remains of all children who are lost through abortion or miscarriage at a healthcare facility
December 06, 2016
The site includes local guidelines on preventing sexual abuse
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