Monthly Archives: August 2015

What can happen during an abortion

  Suction curettage or suction aspiration is the most common method of abortion during the first trimester of pregnancy. Local or general anesthetic is given to the mother. ¬†The cervix is dilated then a suction curette ( a hollow tube … Continue reading

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Government panels on euthanasia and assisted suicide

  On July 17, the federal government announced the creation of an expert panel to examine the February 6th decision of the Supreme Court of Canada in Carter v. Canada which struck down the prohibition on euthanasia and assisted suicide. … Continue reading

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Respecting all human life

          It has often been said in the abortion debate that if you don’t agree with abortion, you shouldn’t impose your beliefs on others. Support for abortion however imposes its belief on someone, the unborn child. … Continue reading

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A voice for Life

  photo National Right to Life Committee In 1977, Melissa Ohden’s birth mother underwent an abortion in a hospital in Iowa. Melissa’s mother, a 19 year old college student, was seven months pregnant. Although the medical staff thought Melissa was … Continue reading

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What is the unborn child?

    The unborn child is ¬†referred to in many ways by those who wish to strip him of his humanity. Words such as tissue, clump of cells or product of conception are used but the words cannot change scientific … Continue reading

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