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Mass celebrated in front of Denver’s Planned Parenthood starts new phase of prolife ministry
Prayers will be said outside abortion clinic every day

Catholics gathered across the street from Denver’s Planned Parenthood abortion clinic, the largest in Colorado, on Saturday for the launch of a new pro-life initiative: 40 Days for Life 365.

In doing so, Denver joined a growing

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Catholic University of San Diego health plan pays for abortions, sex-change surgeries
The university said the law requires abortion coverage, but did not point to specific legal examples

The University of San Diego (USD) is a Catholic higher education institution. But its health plan for the 2021-2022 school year covers a number of medical procedures and drugs that are directly opposed to the moral teaching of the Catholic Church.

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17 California bills threaten the unborn, parental rights, and freedom of religion
Encouraging racism, drug abuse, sex trafficking, and assisted suicide

The California legislature is set to return to the state Capitol from summer recess next Monday to make final decisions on 17 bills threatening the unborn, parental rights, freedom of speech and religion, and encourage racism, drug abuse, sex

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Judge Reed O’Connor blocks Biden rule forcing doctors to perform sex-changes
A victory for "compassion, conscience, and common sense"

A federal judge in Texas blocked an Obama-era mandate reinstated by the Biden administration requiring medical facilities and health insurers to cover or provide gender transition procedures and abortions.

U.S. District Court Judge Reed O’Connor of the

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America Media survey shows most Catholics don’t know who Cardinal McCarrick is
A minority of Catholics said their parish has helped them process the abuse crisis

When the news broke on July 29 that the former cardinal Theodore McCarrick had been criminally charged with sexual abuse of a minor, many Catholics likely felt justice was one step closer to being served. Others may have wondered

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