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abortion faith and ideology

Ultrasound evidence speaks for itself

Ultrasound pioneer Shari Richard on Cradle My Heart Radio week of May 15 Podcast playback. Listen now: These days it’s hard to imagine the world of pregnancy and mamas without ultrasound. The grainy images serve as birth announcements and early bonding opportunities for couples, especially dads, staring endlessly at their tiny heart-shaped images. But women less

Samuel Rodriguez: Support for abortion is racist and reprehensible

Reverend Samuel Rodriguez on Cradle My Heart Radio week of September 25 Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Leadership Conference is an outspoken advocate for children yet to be born and their mothers and fathers. He is equally ardent to see Christians of all ethnicities recognize abortion as the preeminent moral priority in politics today. Reverend Rodriguez

She experienced abortion, motherhood, and adoption in one pregnancy

Bette Noble on Cradle My Heart Radio week of Sepember 18 Bette Noble was a grad student when an unintended pregnancy threatened to derail her plans and dreams for her future. She chose abortion. But life had other plans. Forty years later she was awakened from a dream with a cry of, “Mom!” ringing in her ears. The

Envisioning The Party of Life

Ben Domenech of The Federalist on Cradle My Heart Radio week of September 11 After abortion people need healing, and politics never healed a broken heart. But I’ve come to see that our hearts are healed as we take up our position to defend and fight for the rights of children yet to be born. Ben Domenech, publisher

Yes, abortion damages mental health

Encore presentation of Dr. Theresa Burke on Cradle My Heart Radio September 4 Dr. Theresa Burke is a board certified clinical psychotherapist who was leading a support group for women with eating disorders when she discovered that every woman in the group had an abortion in her past. [CORRECTION: six of the group’s eight women had abortions.] Dr.

Dear Naya Rivera, Sorry you're not sorry for abortion

Dear Naya Rivera, I read that you disclosed your abortion in People magazine as advanced publicity for your new book Sorry Not Sorry. So, I’m writing to let you know that like you, I had an abortion to protect my career when I was twenty-three too. You might object that I was just a DJ

Taking the pregnancy help movement to the next level

Leah Jacobsen on Cradle My Heart Radio week of August 28 Pregnancy help centers have been offering women a better choice than abortion for decades, first through peer counseling and free pregnancy tests, and now many with full medical staff and post-natal support. These organizations currently outnumber abortion providers in the US. Yet, women who find themselves facing an

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