Category Archives: Pro-Lifers

Archbishop Naumann asks pastors to transition away from Girl Scout troops into American Heritage Girls troops

NRLC convention offers workshop on Girl Scouts By Dave Andrusko Archbishop Joseph Naumann of the Diocese of Kansas City today issued a statement in which he said he has “asked the pastors of the Archdiocese to begin the process of

According to pro-aborts, even pictures of babies in the womb are “graphic images”

By Jonathon Van Maren Editor’s note. This appeared last month at endthekilling.ca, a Canadian pro-life organization, and is reposted with permission. Pro-lifers uncomfortable with most forms of educational outreach often pinpoint their discomfort very specifically on one thing: Abortion victim

Pro-lifers embrace mother and unborn child, resist either/or

By Dave Andrusko In a short essay in THE SCIENCES, Professor Stephen Jay Gould once addressed the question of why–with all the available metaphors we could employ to understand/describe fetal development – we’ve settled on either “increments of progress” (from

Judge John Noonan: RIP

Judge John Noonan

By Dave Andrusko We at National Right to Life will have more to say later this week about the remarkable legacy of Judge John Noonan, who passed away April 17 at the age of 90. Strangely for a man of

Pro-life education pays off in Massachusetts: 11% drop in the number of abortions

By Dave Andrusko No sooner were the numbers out, showing an 11% drop in the number of abortions in Massachusetts over five years, than Planned Parenthood was taking credit for a decrease from 20,802 abortions in 2010 to 18,750 in

5,000 rally for life in capital of Czech Republic

By Dave Andrusko Newspapers over the weekend reported that 5,000 pro-lifers marched in downtown Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, behind banners that read “Children Bring Hope” and “Scrap the Abortion Law.” The event was the 17th annual March

National Right to Life and Arkansas Right to Life mourn the death of former Congressman Jay Dickey

Former Congressman Jay Dickey

WASHINGTON – The National Right to Life Committee today joined with its affiliate, Arkansas Right to Life. in mourning the death of former Congressman Jay Dickey. Dickey, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1993 to 2001, died

“Every time we hit a bump in the road, God was there”

By Dave Andrusko We do our fair share of work to figure out who our readership consists of. There are many, many young people (more females than males, BTW) but also a lot of readers of an age to have

On a Mission from God and Still Learning

Ryan Bomberger at the 2017 Heartbeat International Annual Conference Photo Courtesy: Heartbeat International

By Kirk Walden This week (April 18-21) is #HeartCon17, Heartbeat International’s 2017 Annual Conference in Chicago, “On a Mission from God.” The theme comes from the 1980 movie, The Blues Brothers, with Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi. Their mission was

MCCL GO addresses Commission on Population and Development at United Nations

MCCL GO speaks at UN conference

By Paul Stark NEW YORK — Human beings must be prioritized and protected in the midst of demographic change, said Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life Global Outreach (MCCL GO) at the 50th session of the U.N. Commission on Population and

WaPo says pro-lifers“are on a roll right now”

By Dave Andrusko Talking about and reporting on pro-life legislation is among the absolutely highest priorities at National Right to Life News Today. In the next two days we will discuss two analyses of pro-life legislative efforts . One today

“Lumberjacks for Life” work to empower pregnant and parenting students on campus

By Texas Right to Life Pro-Life students at Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, Texas, have an active presence on campus. The Pro-Life student group, Lumberjacks for Life, works to bring the Culture of Life to their community. In 2009,