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"I think that a lot of people in this country without party labels agree that we need to be pro-life, and lives are worth saving," Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, told CNA at last week's annual March for Life. (CBS News via Associated Press)

Why the pro-life movement needs Democrats

- Catholic News Agency

Pro-life Democrat politicians are fast becoming an endangered political species, but their pro-life presence is necessary for the movement to succeed, both Republicans and Democrats agreed.

Image from the Public Religion Research Institute

53 percent of Americans say God rewards 'athletes of faith' with good health, success on the field

- The Washington Times

Sunday is often associated with both church and devoted football watching. Now there's an intersection of the two: 53 percent of Americans and 56 percent of sports fans say "that God rewards athletes who have faith with good health and success on the playing field." So says a new survey of public sentiment about sports and religion conducted by the nonpartisan Public Religion Research Institute and the Religion News Service.

President Barack Obama speaks during a visit to the University of Kansas Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, in Lawrence, Kansas. Obama was speaking  about the themes in his State of the Union address. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Obama 'deeply committed' to preserving abortion rights

- The Washington Times

On the 42nd anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision in Roe v. Wade, President Obama said Thursday that he is "deeply committed to protecting this core constitutional right" of abortion, and he criticized pro-life legislation approved by the House.