WATCH: Professor holds student’s baby during class because ‘it takes a village’

By Bridget Sielicki  A viral video from January 2020 is becoming popular again as it shows how the kindness of a college professor made it possible for one mom to attend her college classes. Imani Lamarr told ABC 6 that her upcoming graduation from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania is thanks in part to the help she received from …

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Never forgetting the lessons that 9/11 taught us—the irreplaceable nature and priceless value of each human life

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Never forget. Never forget that it was a gorgeous sunny September morning, filled with promise and possibility. Never forget the co-worker who urged us to turn on the television amid a report that a plane had flown into New York’s storied World Trade Center. Never forget …

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9/11: Help and Heroism in a time of Crisis

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. The following appeared  in the October 2001 issue of NRL News.  I run this column each year in commemoration of 9/11.  I am always  inspired by the responses. daveandrusko@gmail.com  “Far from pressing it neatly between the pages of a heavy book, to be retrieved only on special occasions, the day …

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Despite pro-abortion claims, parents choosing life for terminally ill babies have better mental outcomes

By Sarah Terzo  In a short pro-abortion film aired by VICE in 2019, women who aborted severely ill and dying babies argued against laws banning late-term abortion. The women all claimed that killing their children by abortion was the right choice for their children and themselves, but many displayed obvious grief. “My arms physically ached” One …

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The “best” case for life versus the “best” case for abortion. It’s not even close

By Dave Andrusko As part of my job, I do my best to tackle pro-abortion dishonesty. Of course, since there are a gazillion of them and only one of me, the best I can do is tackle an admittedly small but representative sample, not only of flat-out lies, but also examples of their fondness for …

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A greater appreciation of the “extraordinary gift” of human life

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I vividly recall that when my mother discussed what it was like to give birth to her two daughters, she expressed overwhelming joy. Although she was a gifted wordsmith, it was a feeling she found difficult to put into words. She acknowledged this, and said the …

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Decorated Mom Gives Life to Olympic Athletes

By John Stonestreet Faithful watchers of the Olympics experience a letdown after the games are over. This year, with viewership in a freefall, there was likely not enough enthusiasm for there even to be a letdown on Monday morning. Many have tired of the politicization of this year’s games, which started before the opening ceremonies. …

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Woman with spina bifida who was “not expected to last 60 seconds” celebrates 60th birthday, but “let’s not forget those who will never have a birthday”

By SPUC– the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Editor’s note. Today’s repost of a story that ran a year ago in NRL News Today will bring a smile to your face at the same time you are reminded of all those children “who will never have a birthday.” A woman, whom doctors believed …

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The Circle of Life: A gorgeous 4 minute video journey from infancy to old age and back

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This repost of a selection from a year ago at NRL News Today beautifully illustrates the continuity of life from the very beginning to the very end. The video is a must watch. We often ask NRL News Today readers for examples of how they broach the delicate subject of abortion. As …

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