Resources for jobs, healthcare at World Refugee Day
Employers, community health providers and various offices of Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Orleans were invited June 20 to participate in “World Refugee Day” at the Hispanic Apostolate in Metairie. The organizations were on hand helping those who have recently migrated to the United States as refugees fleeing persecution, violence, war or disaster in their homeland.
Advance care planning must safeguard patients
An Obama administration proposal to pay doctors for “advance care planning” for Medicare patients is fraught with dangers for the elderly and those facing serious illnesses, and Congress needs to act quickly to protect those patients from making uniformed decisions about their care, the National Right to Life Committee (NRLC) said July 9 at its annual convention in New Orleans.
Adult stem cells post staggering record of success
New Gianna Center offers pro-life OB/GYN care
Abortion pill, RU-486, can be reversed
While the annual number of abortions in the U.S. has dropped from a high of 1.6 million in 1990 to about 1.06 million today, the number of chemical abortions through the use of RU-486 has increased and now represents about 25 percent of all abortions.
With help from young and old, abortion tide turning
It was 94 degrees outside – which computed to a balmy 101-degree heat index – as Archbishop Gregory Aymond offered a “warm” New Orleans welcome to the more than 800 people, many from cooler climes, who attended the National Right to Life Convention last week at the New Orleans Marriott.