By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews - Abortionist Curtis Boyd, one of the few late-term abortionists in the U.S., apparently taught himself how to kill unborn babies in late stages of pregnancy by injecting poison into their hearts... Live Action News reports Boyd admitted that he was self-trained in a newly released video reportedly from an October court deposition. The New Mexico abortionist is being sued by the family of the late Keisha Atkins, who died along with her unborn baby after a late-term abortion at Boyd’s Albuquerque facility.
By Dr. Jeff Mirus, Catholic Culture - Over the past several years, I’ve known of perhaps a dozen people among acquaintances and extended family who have suffered difficult and at times mysterious illnesses—illnesses of a kind which, if they had befallen me, would have prompted me to double-check everything in my life to make sure I was really on the right track toward eternity. You would think there would be nothing quite so “bracing” as the possibility of death ahead of our own imagined schedules.
By Regis Martin, National Catholic Register - God comes among us as man, he enters into the whole drama of the human condition, including all the anguish and fear that threaten to engulf us the moment danger strikes. “God could not become man in any other way,” writes Hans Urs von Balthasar in The Christian and Anxiety, “than by coming to know human fear and by taking it upon himself.” How, indeed, could he have truly become one of us if he were to stop short of that particular threshold?
By Kate Scanlon, EWTN News - “There’s no need to really use cell lines from aborted fetuses, there are other cell lines that can be used to develop these vaccines, so that’s why we think it’s very important at this moment to let the voice not only of the Church but other concerned citizens to voice that we want to—we all want a vaccine, we realize that’s important for our public health, but we also want a vaccine that has no ethical problems in the way it’s developed,” he said.