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Topics: sexual and reproductive health

48 Pro-Life Organizations in Latin America Thank President Trump for Defending the Right to Life Abroad



Forty-eight pro-life organizations from across Latin America and Spain including PRI Latin America, have signed a letter thanking U.S. President Donald Trump for his pro-life leadership and for his administration’s commitment to defending the right to life on the international stage. The letter was signed by 49 pro-life leaders representing organizations in 16 countries including Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, Bolivia, Uruguay, and Spain.

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New IPPF Report Gloats Over New Abortion Numbers



The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) reports that its affiliates ended the lives of nearly one million unborn children in 2015. In all 964,325, unborn children were terminated by chemical and surgical abortion by IPPF just last year alone. A million of anything is a staggering number. But the loss of nearly a million children by surgical or chemical abortion is a tragedy beyond reckoning. If you were to read off the names of IPPF’s …

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Pro-Abortion Lawmakers Pressure the G7 to Push Abortion Worldwide



  Leaders of the world’s most powerful countries are meeting this week at the 2016 G7 Summit in Ise-Shima, Japan. The 2016 Summit, like previous G7 meetings, has focused on some of the most pressing issues in the modern world. Items discussed included China’s bogus claim to the entire South China Sea, the Syrian refugee crisis, ways to rebuild a war-torn Ukraine, and formulating a strategy to defeat ISIS. But now G7 leaders are committing …

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News from Latin America: Holding the Line in a Continent Under Fire



Why is abortion not legal in Latin America despite the incredible number of pro-abortion attempts to legalize it? An in-depth analysis would surely consider the historic, sociological, religious, and other aspects. But from my daily experience working in the pro-life movement as the PRI Director of the Latin American office, I would say that the real reason abortion is not legal in Latin American is people. Extraordinary persons are doing an extraordinary job holding the …

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Reproductive Health Mortality



Population controllers are constantly talking about “reproductive health,” and their burning desire to reduce maternal mortality worldwide. This is the excuse that they use for pushing contraception, legalized abortion, and sterilization on developing countries all over the world. However, this is simply a ploy to make their real purpose more palatable: controlling the world’s “booming” population. Those Who Suffer Babies and children are not the only ones who suffer from this misguided mission. Mothers and …

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News from Latin America: Preserving Parental Rights and the Traditional Family in Panama



Three months ago, a Panamanian couple contacted our Latin America office in Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Juan Francisco y Gabriela De la Guardia had heard about our support to pro-lifers in Nicaragua to help them keep abortion illegal in that Central American country. Now the issue that required PRI’s assistance was a bill attacking parental rights in their country. After nine weeks working together at a distance, I finally arrived in Panama City to meet …

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Reproductive Health Mortality



12 November 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 42 REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH MORTALITY Population controllers are constantly talking about "reproductive health," and their burning desire to reduce maternal mortality worldwide.  This is the excuse that they use for pushing contraception, legalized abortion, and sterilization on developing countries all over the world.  However, this is simply a ploy to make their real purpose more palatable: controlling the world’s "booming" population. Babies and children are not the only ones …

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President’s Page: Sexuality Uber Alles



A rational, which is to say Catholic, view of human sexuality sees it as merely one aspect of the human person, necessarily bounded by moral strictures and cultural mores that keep this powerful drive channeled and controlled for the good of the person, the family, and the nation. Restricted to marriage, that the two may become one and beget offspring, it becomes a powerful force for good. This is emphatically not the view that predominates …

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