Tag Archives: life

Why Nadya Walked Out of Planned Parenthood, Chose Life for Baby Charlie

By Jay Hobbs Almost three years ago, Nadya was sitting in a Planned Parenthood waiting room in southwest Ohio, feeling abortion was the only way she could salvage her life. But even as she waited for the

Resolve to Pray for Life in 2018

Expect the Lord to answer By John Stonestreet with Stan Guthrie Editor’s note. This appeared at Breakpoint and is reposted with permission. Most of us give up on our New Year’s resolutions rather quickly. But here’s one that

Do You See What I See?

Editor’s note. This story first ran many years ago in National Right to Life News. We’ve run it between Thanksgiving and Christmas virtually every year since and it has consistently garnered more response than almost any article

2017: A Great Year for Life in Pennsylvania!

Erie’s People for Life Breakfast was attended by more than 625 people.

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The year 2017 has been an outstanding year for the cause of life in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Senate and the House of Representatives took a strong

Help Us Fight for LIFE!

Think about this… She is floating in a darkened womb. She hears her mother’s every heartbeat. At 22 weeks old, her own heart beats strong – it’s beating fast and she continues to grow. She’s alive, full

“Our choices end where another’s more fundamental right begins”–Archbishop Naumann’s powerful critique of “personal opposed” pro-abortion candidates

By Dave Andrusko Yesterday we happily reported a wonderful victory for unborn babies. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City, Kansas, as chairman of the conference’s committee on pro-life activities. He

How embarrassing it is to argue life does not begin at conception

By Dave Andrusko Thanks go out to Life News which gave readers a heads-up to a commentary curiously titled, “Why life doesn’t begin at conception.” The author is Richard Paulson, among other things the president of the American

The inexorable movement toward life and away from death

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This first appeared in the Jewish Journal. Two days after the Jan. 22, 1973, Roe v. Wade decision was handed down, the editorial page of The New York Times — pro-abortion then,

Director of Neurobiology on life beginning at conception

By Sarah Terzo Dr. Sean O’Reilly, Director of the Neurobiology Research Training Program at George Washington University: “[T]here is nothing in the entire phenomenon of the transmission of life that deserves more to be called an event,

Even if it does not appear on your local news broadcast, the life issue is the fundamental issue of our time

Ryan Bomberger

By Maria Gallagher, legislative director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation They rarely lead network and cable news broadcasts—so the fundamental “life” issues—abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia– are often overlooked by the mainstream media. Yet, as I prepare for the Pennsylvania

An imaginative two-pronged approach to win young people over to the cause of life

Russell Nieli

By Dave Andrusko Many of the best posts at NRL News Today are the result of readers forwarding provocative stories to me at daveandrusko@gmail.com. I cannot begin to thank you enough. Here’s one with the arresting title

After choosing Life for her baby at 15, Texas teen describes the joy of meeting her son

By Texas Right to Life 15-year-old Caitlin was an honor student and state champion choir member with a possible college scholarship on the horizon. After a single decision led to an unplanned pregnancy, Caitlin’s plans changed. Despite