Bernard Moran, national president of Voice for Life, has an opinion piece in today’s NZ Herald (A9) on the proposal by two medical ethicists that babies could be killed after birth.
You’ve probably heard of China’s Infamous One Child Policy But did you know that as a result of this policy, there were up to 130,000 forced abortions and involuntary sterilizations of women in Linyi City in Shandong Province in one year alone? (2005) Every day, Chinese women who become pregnant are forced to have abortions
We’ve all had that moment – realising that we’re for life, but that we’re not *being* for life. Instead, we’re busy living our normal lives, checking facebook and catching up with friends, without too much thought about our ‘prolife-ness’. But that’s all about to change. If you’re visiting this page, then you’re probably looking for
Kapiti Voice for Life adopted the Bodhi Vincent sculpture, the centrepiece on an installation that includes artwork by dozens of school children, as a symbol for its campaign against abortion. President Brian Whitaker said the group plans to gather annually at Kapiti Police Station after staging a publicity event coinciding with White Ribbon week. Mr
International Criminal Court Complaint released on 23rd June, 2011 NZ’s largest anti-abortion group claims that the antenatal screening programme targets babies with Down syndrome, so that once they are identified, parents can be pressured to abort them. The Ministry of Health acknowledged that 90% of Down syndrome babies are aborted. Voice for Life national president,