Renelique described saving a woman's life during the second year of his medical residency in Haiti. He later left his home country to work and train in the United States. It was never his intention to do abortions, he said.
"That was not part of my goals when I came to Florida," he said. "But I had to do it to survive."
The Catholic News Agency has some text from a speech Archbishop Charles Chaput gave to prolifers in Ireland. It includes points about prolifers bickering among themselves, the false dilemma between working to end legalized abortion and helping women in unplanned pregnancies and dangers of hating our adversaries.
In the American Conservative, Michael Dougherty has a piece entitled, Life for March: In the age of Obama, the anti-abortion movement has nowhere left to go, which discusses some of the divisions in the prolife movement and which starts by saying,
A month before his death, Fr. Richard Neuhaus said, “Whatever else it is, the pro-life movement of the last thirty-plus years is one of the most massive and sustained expressions of citizen participation in the history of the United States.” Neuhaus neglected to mention that the pro-life movement has endured for so long precisely because it has failed.
A 72-year-old physician in Poland has been arrested in the midst of a consultation for an abortion.
The bishop of Scranton is speaking out against Senator Bob Casey Jr.'s vote against restoring the Mexico City Policy.