Tag Archives: pro-life

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

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

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

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

Pro-abortion writer laments the power of “cutting edge science” to aid the pro-life cause

By Dave Andrusko I often wonder if pro-abortionists actually listen to what they say or read what they write? Jessica Glenza writes for the London-based pro-abortion Guardian newspaper and has a post today under the curious title,

Reassuring her there is always hope and she is not alone

By Dave Andrusko As you may have noticed, we have five stories today that in one fashion or another deal with “the power of cutting edge science”– fetal development, ultrasounds, and what Dr. Jérôme Lejeune once described

Dramatically minimizing the pro-abortion impact of a “President Hillary Clinton”

By Dave Andrusko By almost all accounts, pro-life President Donald Trump will announce his nominee to replace retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Monday. Like many of you, I’ve read dozens of stories about the potential

The many pro-life dimensions of “mutuality”

By Dave Andrusko Today’s final post is inspired by a one-minute commercial I happened to see while attending the National Right to Life convention which took place last week in Kansas City, Kansas. It had nothing to

The Power of the persuasive pro-life ambassador

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This is adapted from a workshop that Lori Kehoe and I gave at the 2018 National Right to Life Convention held last week in Kansas City, Kansas. Thanks for coming, and thank

“You’re not taking this one! She’s Mine!”

By Dave Andrusko Like so many other pro-lifers from around the nation, I am in Kansas City, Kansas at the opening day of NRLC 2018, our Movement’s preeminent educational gathering. As such I am scrambling to post

Republican Party of Texas delegates overwhelmingly support new Pro-Life measures

By Texas Right to Life When the Republican Party of Texas Convention convened and began the diligent process of establishing the recommended rules, platform, and legislative priorities of the Republican Party of Texas (RPT), pro-Life activists from

Communicating the Pro-Life Story to a 21st-Century Audience

By Dave Andrusko “The bottom line is no woman is going to want an abortion after seeing a sonogram.” — Francesco Angelo, medical director of the Family Planning Center in Mineola, as quoted in the New York