Category Archives: Pro-Lifers

An Incredible Pro-Life Story

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The clergyman had been telling me for weeks that he had an incredible pro-life story to share in an upcoming sermon. He did not disappoint. The story began some

South Carolina Citizens for Life unveils redesigned “Choose Life” vehicle license plate

By Holly Gatling, Executive Director, South Carolina Citizens for Life South Carolina Citizens for Life is excited to announce that our Choose Life S.C. license plates has undergone a redesign making it more identifiable with the Choose

Understanding what’s behind the ceaseless attempts to discredit single-issue pro-lifers

By Dave Andrusko You’re going to have to trust me on this one. I am not going into the specifics of either of the two examples I’m about to comment on for the simple reason if I

Darkness can never ultimately overcome light, and truth can, must, and will win out in the end

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Have you ever known someone who offered a ray of sunshine on the stormiest days? An individual who could help you see a path forward as dark clouds of

Christianity is pro-life

By Mark Pickup This past February, The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ pro-Life blog “Life Issues Forum: How To Build A Culture of Life” had a revealing quote for devout Christians (not just Catholics): “When someone

Libertarian Nat Hentoff explains why he became pro-life

By Sarah Terzo Nat Hentoff was a liberal journalist with The Village Voice who surprised many people when he became pro-life. He was a lifelong atheist. Hentoff explains in this passage what prompted him to consider the

Why pro-life elected officials are absolutely essential

By Scott Fischbach THE 2017 ABORTION REPORT, which was released last month by the Minnesota Department of Health, showed that abortions increased slightly in Minnesota for the second straight year. This recent rise is contrary to Minnesota’s

Physicians for Life attracts opposing students with diverse lectures and topics

By Allison Limmer, McGovern Medical School student Editor’s note. This appeared at Texas Right to Life. In medicine today, there is hardly a belief more unpopular than being Pro-Life. As I began my tenure as co-President of

Sing It Loud: Why Sharing Your Unplanned Pregnancy Story Matters

By Lauren Urrea It’s only by God’s grace and with His given strength that I was ever able to talk publicly about my pregnancy. Those closest to me can attest to what used to be my extreme

So why is the abortion industry so defensive about the presence of children in front of abortion clinics?

By Dave Andrusko Here’s an exercise. What would you expect from a pro-abortion post running in the pro-abortion Huffington Post under the headline, “When The Person Shaming You For Your Abortion Is A Child: How the anti-abortion

Officials claim “Inappropriate” display of fetal models reason local pro-life group ousted from community fair

By Dave Andrusko There are times when the bias against pro-life organizations is so strong that even I am surprised. You’d think by now pretty much nothing would shock me but a decision Sunday to kick the

A Letter to My Daughter: Cherish the Right to Life

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. This appears on in the July issue of National Right to Life News. Please read the issue in its entirety, pass it along to your pro-life friends