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Cristina Kirchner is showing her active support for the abortion legalization bill from her place in the Senate.

After approval in the House of Representatives, the VP and President of the Senate had to decide which committees would discuss …

President Alberto Fernández is putting the finishing touches on a bill to legalize abortion in Argentina, as he announced at his state-of-the union address. The country’s Congress is set to debate the initiative again this year, as it did …

The political conversation this weekend revolved around a mass organized on Saturday by union leader Hugo Moyano outside the Luján Basilica. You read that right: a mass. As in Catholic mass.

Under the rallying cry “peace, bread and work,” thousands …

As Pope Francis find himself under siege from the conservative media for his implication in the abuse cover-up scandal rocking the Vatican, Argentina’s bishops have pledged their solidarity to their embattled compatriot. In an open letter published yesterday, the Conferencia

While the bill to legalize abortion may have been defeated in Senate, the debate that it generated is already making lasting changes within Argentina. One of the key themes that emerged during discussions was the issue of the separation of …

The Catholic Church played a key role in the defeat of the bill that would have legalized abortion in Argentina on August 8. But at a cost. Its place in Argentine society and the fact that the Constitution establishes that …

Mario Poli, the Archbishop of Buenos Aires, asked Argentine senators voting tomorrow on the bill that would legalize abortion to “not interrupt the tradition of legislating for the common good.”

Throughout the entirety of the abortion debate, the Church has

Art, in all its forms, is a manifestation of human expression that is so often linked to politics of protest. On Friday, spectators in the Municipal Cultural Center of the city of Rafaela in the province of Santa Fe were …

While there’s no doubt that the pro-life side of the abortion debate has increasingly made its presence felt in recent days, to those on the other side of the issue, it feels like the movement’s arguments are positively medieval. Well, …

Well, that’s one way to do it. After managing to avoid explicitly delineating her position during the months of debates on the bill to decriminalize and legalize abortion, María Eugenia Vidal, Governor of Buenos Aires Province, has finally made her …