Bishops, other pro-life leaders decry Biden action ending ‘Mexico City policy’
Women in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, demonstrate in favor of legalizing abortion Jan. 25, 2021, after lawmakers approved a constitutional reform to reinforce a ban on abortion. On Jan. 28, 2021, U.S. President Joe Biden rescinded a policy that prevented nongovernmental organizations receiving U.S. funding from promoting abortion overseas. (CNS photo/Fredy Rodriguez, Reuters) Editor's note: No resales. No archives.

Bishops, other pro-life leaders decry Biden action ending ‘Mexico City policy’

Surveys show majority of Americans oppose taxpayer funding for abortion overseas

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Panelists say abortion debate has become too political, needs wider focus
Gloria Purvis is seen in this 2017 file photo. Purvis was among the speakers in a Jan. 27, 2021, webinar sponsored by Fordham University on "Pro-Life, Pro-Choice, Post-Roe? New Prospects for the Abortion Debate in America." (CNS photo/Dave Hrbacek, The Catholic Spirit)

Panelists say abortion debate has become too political, needs wider focus

Speakers agree that pro-life efforts should be part of increased advocacy for human dignity and look closely at policy changes that support pregnancy, motherhood

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