New York State Health Department Data Now Available:
(This includes data on pregnancies, births, abortions, as well as marriages and divorces.The good news is that both abortion numbers and the abortion rate continue to decline for the state overall although the number of abortions in some counties (Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester) continue to rise, as does the number of chemical abortions. Chemical abortions rose from 17,307 in 2012 to 18,250 in 2013.
Article on the NYS Bishops statement "Now and at the Hour of Our Death" (available from the NYS Catholic Conference)
Health Care Reform ~
Bulletin Announcement & Inserts, Prayers, Ads and more from the USCCB
Updated U-Tube video highlighting Radical Abortion Bill. This four minute educational video outlines problems with the Reproductive Health and Privacy Protection act.