Archive for November 2013

Collett on the history of contraception laws

Here is a video of Teresa Collett’s talk at Franciscan University Steubenville about the history of contraception laws. She spends significant time on the “right to privacy” discovered in the Griswold  v. Connecticut case that was used in Roe v. Wade. She also spends significant time discussing the HHS mandate, referring to the possible abortifacient effect […]

AAPLOG position papers

The American Association of Pro Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists has a page of position statements on various issues. The AAPLOG is a 2500 member strong organization of physicians, para-medical personnel, medical students, and organizations and affiliates that seek to promote the cause of life in their work and among their colleagues. Topics include: IS ABORTON […]

Rev. John Conley’s America Column

In January, UFL member Rev. John J. Conley, SJ, titular of the Henry J. Knott Chair of Philosophy and Theology at Loyola University Maryland, began work as a monthly columnist for America, the Jesuit weekly magazine of opinion. Many of his subsequently published essays have dealt with pro-life themes. “An Unwelcome Anniversary” (February) dealt with […]

New Book on Abortion’s impact on women

The deVeber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research has recently released a book called Complications: Abortion’s Impact on Women. “Drawing on over 650 published studies from international medical and psychological journals, Complications knocks down the generally accepted idea that abortion is perfectly safe.” More information can be found here.

Forsythe speaks on Roe v. Wade

For those of you in the Twin Cities area, consider going to hear Clarke Forsythe speak on Roe v. Wade on Tuesday, November 5th. Join the Prolife Center at UST this Tuesday night at 7 p.m. to hear constitutional litigator and author, Clarke Forsythe, discuss what events and people led the U.S. Supreme Court to […]