Dr. David Prentice: “If You Care for Them, They Will Live”

In “How extremely preterm babies can survive and thrive” Charlotte Lozier Institute’s Dr. David Prentice writes on greater survival rates for preterm babies, thanks to advances in science but also to changing attitudes: “If you care for them, they will live.” Babies born extremely preterm, barely halfway through gestation, are living and thriving thanks not… READ MORE

EWTN Pro-Life Weekly Episode 140: Interview with Susan Klein of Missouri Right to Life

In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: Missouri’s last abortion facility could lose its license—Susan Klein of Missouri Right to Life and Mallory Quigley of the Susan B. Anthony List, join us for pro-life analysis. A South Carolina priest recently denied Holy Communion to presidential candidate Joe Biden—Ed Condon, DC bureau chief for Catholic News Agency and a canon lawyer, joins us to explain how pastors should respond to pro-abortion politicians… and more!

Brad Mattes: What They Don’t Tell Women About Chemical Abortions Will Hurt You

The chemical abortion pill, marketed as Mifeprex and referred to as a medication abortion, is the future of the abortion industry. The number of chemical abortions in America has increased dramatically while the overall tally of abortions has declined. Those who advocate for and provide this abortion drug almost always downplay the excruciating process that… READ MORE

Tessa Longbons on the Troubling Rise of Do-It-Yourself Abortions

Charlotte Lozier Institute Research Associate Tessa Longbons writes on the rise of chemical “do-it-yourself” abortions, even as the overall abortion rate falls. Pro-lifers hailed some good news recently: The rate of abortions in the United States has fallen to a record low, according to a recent report from the Guttmacher Institute. But the report also… READ MORE