Setting the stage for formal dissent from Humanae Vitae

Fifty-four years on from Pope Paul VI’s promulgation of the prophetic encyclical Humanae Vitae - On the Regulation of Births, disagreement and outright dissent against this constant teaching of the Church is still raging. Of note is the recent publication … Read more

New Zealand’s largest abortion facility gives woman IUD without her consent

Reposted from Life Site News by Michelle Kaufman and Lisa Bourne: New Zealand’s largest abortion facility is under fire after a woman filed a complaint that they had given her an IUD without her knowledge, despite her repeated objections. The … Read more

The Edges of Life

The edges of life are controversial. On one side there are the debates about contraception, abortion and in vitro fertilisation. At the end of life the debates are about euthanasia, organ transplantation, and its cousin, brain death. Trauma surgeon Peter … Read more

St John Paul II, Pope of the family

This last weekend was historic. It has been described as the day of 4 Popes. Pope Francis canonised two of his predecessors, Pope John XXIII and John Paul II, while Pope emeritus Benedict XVI was present.For us in the pro-life … Read more

Did you exist before your mother was pregnant?

Is it possible for someone to exist before their mother was even pregnant? Sounds like I’m are talking about IVF, but I’m are actually talking about normal, natural pregnancy. If your local contraceptive promoter is correct, then you existed before … Read more

A Pro-life view of ‘Tolerance’

"Tolerance is the virtue of a man without convictions.” G. K. Chesterton (1874-1936) Something about ‘tolerance’ has always made me uncomfortable. I’ve long been aware that the loudest preachers of tolerance are the ones who are the most intolerant of … Read more