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AB 154 & 980 signed

Governor Signs AB 154 & AB 980
Compromises Women's Health

SACRAMENTO, October 9, 2013 – Today, California Governor Jerry Brown signed both AB 154 and AB 980 into law. Both bills support Planned Parenhoods business plan at the expense of women's health. California voters opposed AB 154 (Atkins) by greater than 2-1 margin.


Concerns related to the inviolability of human life:       Death Penalty       


CCGI Feature Articles for Faith and Formation


Church Teaching on the Death Penalty


New Center for Cultural RenewalFaith, Intellect, Renewal:
Thomas More College Launches
Center to Restore Culture
MANCHESTER, NH, December 5, 2017 -- Seeking the renewal of culture and faith in New England, Thomas More College of Liberal Arts has launched a center that addresses crucial questions for Christians and aims to be a “vigorous public witness to the faith.”


Rep. Chris Smith R-NJ

Object to Abortion?
Congressman Says
You Might Need this Law
WASHINGTON, DC, November 8, 2017 -- Pro-life health care workers and institutions need stronger legal protections from pressure to help provide abortions, backers of proposed federal legislation have said.


A Bioethicist's Take on
Child Cancer Treatment that
Uses Gene Therapy
WASHINGTON, DC, Sepember 7, 2017 -- A genetic modification therapy designed for treating pediatric leukemia has drawn both praise and caution from a Catholic bioethicist, after recently being approved by the Food and Drug Administration.


Trump Nominee Wrote on 
Catholic Judges and  The Death Penalty
SOUTH BEND, IN, May 11, 2017  -- Among the newly announced federal judges selected by President Donald Trump is a Catholic law professor who once co-wrote a law review article on Catholic judges sitting over death penalty cases. 


Can We End Need for Abortion?
Organization Aims to Find Out
DENVER, February 9, 2017 -- Women's healthcare is reaching a new dawn in the state of Colorado, courtesy of a new Catholic Charities initiative whose goal is to eliminate abortion from the definition of women's healthcare. 


President Trump Restores
Pro-life Mexico City Policy
WASHINGTON, DC, January 23, 2017 (CNA/EWTN News) -- On Monday, President Donald Trump reinstated the Mexico City Policy, an international pro-life regulation that is generally seen as an indicator of an incoming president’s views on abortion.


Poll: 6 in 10 Americans Favor
20-week Abortion Ban
WASHINGTON, DC, January 23, 2017 -- Ahead of the 44th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. a survey shows a “consensus” favoring a 20-week abortion ban, which President Trump has pledged to sign into law if passed by Congress.


Think the Human Person is
Nothing Special?
Think Again, Says Archbishop
KANSAS CITY, KS, August 5, 2015 -- Too many social trends treat the human person as nothing sacred, but Catholic pro-life efforts are part of an effort to change that, Los Angeles’ Archbishop Jose Gomez said last Wednesday.


Is Planned Parenthood
Altering Abortion Procedures to
Obtain Intact Body Parts?
WASHINGTON, DC, August 4, 2015 -- The latest in a series of undercover videos on Planned Parenthood shows an official from the organization saying that abortion procedures can be altered to obtain more “intact” fetal organs.



Pope Says
Economy Must Fight
'Throwaway Culture'
ROME, July 15, 2014 -- Pope Francis had lunch with participants in an international economics seminar on Saturday, saying their efforts to bring the human being to the very center of the economy avoids a “throwaway culture.”




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