Country Western singer Thomas Rhett shares lessons learned from the journey to adopting his daughter

By Texas Right to Life Editor’s note. As I looked back (as I do each day) to what appeared previously in NRL News Today, this wonderful story about the life-altering possibilities of adoption positively jumped out at me. Thomas Rhett is best known for his chart-topping country songs, but with millions of followers on social …

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“Foster parenting and adoption are not easy roads traveled, but I can say with 100% certainty that it is worth it”

By Heidi Gariti Editor’s note. This encouraging and uplifting story from the newsletter of the National Association of Pro-Life Nurses was posted a year ago today. We repost it with pleasure. Three years ago, my husband Chris and I had a full house, full schedule, and what we thought was a complete family with our …

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Even in the midst of a pandemic, love finds a way

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. Our daily repost of a story that appeared a year ago today in NRL News Today is a lovely story of love and compassion winning out amidst a global pandemic. A story out of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area shows love will find a way—even …

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Clara’s Story

Editor’s Note: Clara is the 11-year-old daughter of Joleigh Little, the Region 5 & 6 Field Representative at Wisconsin Right to Life. You can read Clara’s full adoption story, told from Joleigh’s perspective, here. Her story below was originally shared in the May 2021 Teen Impact Subscription Box, which focused on creating a culture of life for …

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A life-giving alternative to the hopelessness of abortion: adoption

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. One factor in considering which story to repost from what appeared a year ago in NRL News Today is currency—is the subject evergreen?  The life-affirming option of adoption surely qualifies. My co-worker surprised me one day by asking, “Did you see what’s on your cup?” …

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Adoption: A life-giving alternative to the hopelessness of abortion

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative/PAC Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation My co-worker surprised me one day by asking, “Did you see what’s on your cup?” I turned the red paper cup around and looked at the wording imprinted on it. It stated, “Face it. Without adoption, Wendy’s wouldn’t be here.” I knew it to be true. …

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“There are no unwanted children, only unfound parents”

By Jean Garton Editor’s note. The late Dr. Jean Garton, who passed away four years ago,  authored one of the enduring classics of pro-life literature: “Who Broke the Baby? What the Abortion Slogans Really Mean. ” For decades she was a frequent contributor to National Right to Life News and National Right to Life News …

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Powerful Super Bowl ad features Paralympic swimmer’s adoption story

By Cassy Fiano-Chesser  For many people, the draw of the Super Bowl isn’t the game itself, but the commercials. Each year, companies pay millions of dollars to have their ads featured during the big game, in the hope of getting attention from the hundreds of millions of people watching. This year, there was one ad …

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“If it wasn’t for adoption”: The Ghost of Christmas that Would Have Been

By Joleigh Little Bass, WRTL Region Coordinator and Teens for Life Director Editor’s note. Each year, as we approach Christmas, we repost stories from Christmas seasons past which our readers especially enjoyed. This first ran in 2017. Christmas season is here and it is full of the usual activities – hustling… everywhere, shopping, wrapping, baking, …

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