This study “sheds light on secularized forms of meaning-making and contributes with knowledge about women’s existential experiences and needs in relation to induced abortion.” It shows that existential aspects of abortion can affect the wellbeing of aborting women, which are seldom acknowledged within the clinical context.

This issue of Conscience Magazine “takes an in-depth look at 50 years of Human Vitae,” where the hierarchy of the Catholic Church came to reject contraception, and its real world implications on the world’s most vulnerable people. The issue also includes a story of how victory to decriminalize abortion under three exceptions was finally achieved… Keep Reading »

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