Archive for the ‘Mary Langlois’ Category

20 Years After Cairo

Editor’s Note: This is Part IV of a four part series on the implications and effects of the International Conference on Population and Development that took place twenty years ago in Cairo.

The 1994 International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) and its outcome document, the Programme of Action, initiated a fierce tug-of-war between those in the UN system who oppose abortion, and those who promote it. That conflict continues unabated today. The...

Contradictions: Catholics for Choice

An entertaining piece of outrage found in this Catholics for Choice (CFC) magazine article was the discovery that several champions of authentic human rights – female champions, no less – had the audacity to defend the Catholic Church. The article targeted two of Human Life International’s (HLI) excellent leaders: Dr. Ligaya Acosta (HLI Regional Director for Asia and Oceania) and Julia Regina de Cardenal (director of HLI El Salvador) for their opposition...