New documentary exposes global threat to children from “comprehensive sex education”

Family Watch International has produced a new documentary, The War on Children: The Comprehensive Sexuality Agenda, which is essential viewing for everyone concerned about the healthy physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual development of children. One of the many experts interviewed in the video, Michelle Cretella MD, President of …

Where does Pope Francis really stand on contraception?

The circumstances surrounding the resignation of the Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta, and the appointment of a “papal delegate” to assist in the “renewal” of the order, raises further questions about the extent to which Pope Francis assents to the teaching of the Catholic Church …

Pope Francis “gratified” by UN goals that demand “universal access to sexual and reproductive health”

Pope Francis Ban Ki-Moon

Pope Francis has said that he is “gratified” by UN goals that call on member states to “ensure universal access to sexual and reproductive health” by 2030. The term “sexual and reproductive health”, as generally defined, includes access to contraception, including abortifacient methods, and, often, other forms of abortion. …

John Smeaton: Parents must prepare themselves for persecution

John-SmeatonThe following address was given by John Smeaton, the Chief Executive of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children and co-founder of Voice of the Family, at the annual pilgrimage of the National Association of Catholic Families in Walsingham on 28 May 2016. 

In this hard-hitting address John 

Climate agreement welcomed by pope but pro-lifers concerned about language that promotes abortion

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Pope Francis with UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon

Pope Francis has indicated support for the final agreement reached on 12th December 2015 at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris. Tragically, the agreement contains language designed to promote abortion and contraception, even though the terms themselves are …