“Hanukkah reminds us of bringing light into our family, homes, and the world. The miracle of Hanukkah was the one jar of oil that burned for eight days. And likewise, in a world that is sometimes full of darkness, we can add light and hope to it.” Rabbi Eric Eisenkramer #hanukkahContinue reading "Happy Hanukkah!"
By Laura Echevarria, Director of Communications and Press Secretary Editor’s note. This appeared in the December issue of National Right to Life News. Please read this and all the great stories in the issue. Please forward to your pro-life family and friends. Every year, our Christmas plans involve trying to find kid-friendly activities for our middle …Continue reading "Despite challenges, the pro-life movement has the same simple, straightforward, and righteous calling it has always had: to save babies’ lives."
By Kim Schwartz, Texas Right to Life Trent Kersey spent months training in Modesto’s police academy to become an officer, but the day before he was set to graduate, something even more exciting happened. Shortly after the graduation rehearsal, Kersey’s wife went into labor. “We did rehearsals on [Monday] and then I came home, talked …Continue reading "Police Dept. Throws Surprise Ceremony so New Cadet Could Graduate with His Baby"
By Dave Andrusko Once the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on June 24, 2022, Indiana was the first state to pass protective legislation. Senate Bill 1, signed by Gov. Eric Holcomb in August 2022, allows abortions only in cases of rape or incest, when there’s a serious risk to the life of the mother or when fatal fetal …Continue reading "Court of Appeals hears second challenge to Indiana’s pro-life SB1"
By McKenna Snow The Washington Post published an op-ed this week that used survey data and voting trend observations to argue “abortion is not the silver bullet that Democrats need in 2024.” Guest writer Ruy Teixeira, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and politics editor of The Liberal Patriot newsletter, wrote the article, “Why abortion is not …Continue reading "Washington Post Op-Ed Suggests Abortion is Not the ‘Silver Bullet’ for Democrats in 2024"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This was posted a couple of years ago but its message is so important I thought you would want to read it again. It was written before Dobbs overturned Roe v. Wade. We’ve often written about the media “bubble,” how so many reporters are so disconnected that when they meet pro-lifers in the …Continue reading "What do you know. Some reporters wake up to the leading role women play in the pro-life movement"
By Elle Kay For Matt and Sarah Effhauser, adoption wasn’t necessarily the life they had pictured. The Effhausers had five children, and what many would call the “perfect” family as it was. Then, the words of a family priest changed everything: “What is going to be the thing in your life that defines you, your ‘yes?’” For …Continue reading "Boy with Down syndrome adopted from Serbia ‘completes our family,’ say parents of six"
By Tabitha Goodling A staff member at the abortion facility told Sara there was no way to reverse the abortion process after taking the first abortion pill. If she did try to reverse it, the staff member said, it would be very dangerous for Sara. “I took the pill and immediately felt such strong regret,” …Continue reading "“He was the piece I never knew was missing” – APR mom shares joy after saving her son"
By Gabriela Pariseau A Republican lawmaker is calling for an investigation into Google after its infamous maps service, Google Maps, “incorrectly” removed a pregnancy center. In a fiery op-ed for Yellowhammer, Rep. Jerry Carl (R-AL) said he issued a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai demanding the tech giant release similar instances of inexplicable censorship. “Woke corporations have been …Continue reading "‘Enough’: Rep. Carl Pens Letter to Google CEO Over Pro-Life Censorship"
By Michael Cook Such is the stigma surrounding suicide that advocates of “voluntary assisted dying” [VAD] insist vehemently that it is by no means suicide. For instance, Go Gentle Australia, a leading lobby group for VAD, explains in its website’s FAQ that: “People seeking voluntary assisted dying are not suicidal; they don’t want to die but …Continue reading "Australian court rules ‘voluntary assisted dying’ is suicide"
In his brilliant National Review Online columns, which we repost regularly, Wesley J. Smith helps the reader appreciate that, like a cancer, the growth of support for so-called physician-assisted must be fought 24/7. Read the whole story.Continue reading "Patients must worry that physicians are no longer necessarily committed to “first do no harm” "
By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. This appeared in the December issue of National Right to Life News. Please read this and all the great stories in the issue. Please forward to your pro-life family and friends. It does not matter how old I get, or how many mountains I …Continue reading "Renewing our culture one heart and one life at a time"