Stephanie Gray answers:
Was I wrong to tell a friend in political power that she shouldn’t say she is Catholic if she is pro-choice?
Are women put under during partial birth abortions? If they stay conscious, how are all the horrific realities kept from them?
What is the bottom line as far as abortion being linked to breast cancer?
Am I right in thinking that the reversal of the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s decision to de-fund Planned Parenthood caused people who are soft on pro-life issues decide to stop supporting them?
Are there any funds going from the Girl Scouts to Planned Parenthood? If so, where can I learn more about this?
What is the Church’s position on embryonic adoption?
If Catholics can’t vote for someone who is pro-choice, can they vote for someone who is in favor of capital punishment?
Is the American Breast Cancer Foundation linked to Planned Parenthood or Susan G. Komen?
Are there any Catholic organizations that help women who choose against abortion to raise and educate their children?
Do we have any statistics as to why women choose abortion? Shouldn’t we use those facts to stop abortions from happening?
I am a nursing instructor at a public institution — how can I bring information into the curriculum that will help my nursing students think about health and life issues?
Why do you quote John Paul II and the Catechism instead of having your own opinion about capital punishment?