Brush up on your Bible: Now that women can serve in combat, Christianity Today reminds readers of three courageous women warriors: Deborah, Jael and Judith, she who beheaded Holofernes in the book of Judith.
Friday is the annual March for Life and activists are more divided than ever on how best to rally people to join their cause. At issue —whether graphic images help or hurt the movement.
One thing is clear. Forty years after Roe v. Wade, there are more limits on abortion procedures than ever before.
USA Today raises a less talked about issue: reproductive coercion — when a man manipulates a woman into conceiving, by, say, hiding birth control. The nation’s leading group of obstetricians and gynecologists says women should be screened for it.
Young Catholics who gather in Rio in July for World Youth Day will find in their backpacks a “bioethics survival kit,” which explains the church’s moral teachings on abortion, among other things.