Tag Archives: love

“I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always : The story behind Robert Munsch’s classic children’s story

By Rai Rojas Editor’s note. Rai’s delightful story ran a while back but I’m reposting it today for two reasons. First, the title of Mr. Munsch’s classic is a meme that is running on NRLC’s twitter page . Second, “Love You

When does love begin?

Science tells us that Life begins at fertilization but when does Love begin? Send to Kindle

The language of love and compassion: a labor of imagination and persuasion

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. With the 44th anniversary of the wretched Roe v. Wade decision just around the corner, we are publishing two posts in commemoration. This one appeared some time ago, reflecting on PPFA’s change in nomenclature. The

The Pro-Life Way: Loving Them Both

By Sarah Terzo In an article in the American Medical News (Diane M Gianelli, “Abortion Providers Share Inner Conflicts,” July 12, 1993), a counselor at a Dallas abortion clinic talked about how she deals with the stress of doing her

People need to be reminded more often than they need to be instructed about abortion

By Dave Andrusko As we do most days, we’re carrying stories about a wide assortment of topics today. We believe NRL News Today is must reading every Monday through Saturday. If you are not receiving our daily blog in your

Sixth-grader with Down syndrome lands TV commercials, shares message of kindness

By Texas Right to Life In a culture where much of what we find on TV is discouraging, a sixth-grader with Down syndrome is a welcome and joyful reprieve. Lily Moore is a young girl with Down syndrome who stars

Maternal love as an argument against abortion

George W. Bush quote on mothers and children

By Paul Stark Countless pregnant women love (or grow to love) their unborn children. But we do not generally use this fact in any argument against abortion. (Abortion is wrong because it unjustly takes the life of an innocent human

How the piercing light of unconditional love chases away the darkness

By Kurt Kondrich As we have come to the 43rd anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision isn’t it time we begin to “Embrace and not Erase” the most priceless gift and treasure we have in our world – Human

How my child with Down syndrome “Opened my eyes to unconditional love”

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. NRL News Today’s last post for 2015 will be this Wednesday. Each day, over the next three days, we will repost two of the stories our readers “liked” the most in 2015. Robert Fulghum is

“You’ll Never Know”: a love song sung by a 92-year-old man to his dying wife

By Dave Andrusko Just when you need it… A steady diet of stories about how pro-abortionists are trying to stifle the voice of the electorate in Tennessee; of how we are rapidly approaching the 15th anniversary of the day the

Our story: siblings, Down syndrome, & unexpected beauty

By Mark Leach Editor’s note. My family will be on vacation through the end of next week. I will be posting an occasional new story, but for the most part we will be re-posting columns that ran over the last

Dear Son, It Was An Honor To Hold You

  By Tom Riles Editor’s note. This was originally posted on LifeofDad.com _____________ Dear Son, I held you on Friday night for the first and last time ever. It was one of the saddest, proudest, most heartbreaking, and beautiful moments