New mom qualifies for Olympic trials: “You have no idea what your mom can do”

By Texas Right to Life Makenna Myler is gearing up for the Olympic trials after qualifying earlier in June at the Portland Track Festival.  This is a feat that any runner would be celebrating, and Myler was not celebrating alone. Her husband and baby daughter were at the track to celebrate with her, an adorable and inspiring …

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Singer diagnosed with terminal cancer offers message of hope on America’s Got Talent

By Texas Right to Life Earlier this month, the television show America’s Got Talent offered a touching personal story and message of hope in addition to an impressive performance. Jane Marczewski, who sings under the name Nightbirde, wowed judges and earned the “Golden Buzzer” which automatically qualifies her for the live shows later this summer. …

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Why not a single existence is “ordinary” and why that matters

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This post that appeared a year ago in NRL News Today remains one of my favorites for the simple reason the lecture  discussed in this story touched my head and my heart in a genuinely profound way. Last night our youngest daughter invited  my wife, Lisa, and me to a …

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A salute to all fathers who show a reflection of the Almighty Father’s love in the toughest of times

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. Father’s Day is June 20. Over the next week, we’ll continue running stories which will include new and old stories about men and abortion, often in the context of crisis pregnancies but also just about being a dad).  As we approach Father’s Day, I …

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Millionaire inventor Freddie Figgers thrown away as baby

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Freddie Figgers, the inventor and telecoms magnate, was left in a rubbish bin as a child. Despite such an inauspicious start, Figgers went on to become the youngest telecoms operator in the United States. Figgers, 31, is a phenomenally successful entrepreneur whose company, Figgers Communications, is …

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A dad’s unimaginably poignant farewell lullaby to his dying baby boy

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. Father’s Day is June 20. Over the next week and a half we’ll be running stories which will include new and old stories about men and abortion (often in the context of crisis pregnancies but also just about being a dad). This story goes back to 2014  and is so …

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Beautiful: Teacher cares for newborn while baby’s family recovers from COVID-19

 Mom gave birth while in a medically induced coma By Texas Right to Life Editor’s note. This beautiful story appeared a year ago today in NRL News Today and is very, very much reposting. One Connecticut teacher went above and beyond to help a student and his family during the COVID-19 pandemic, showing what Pro-Life care …

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Future generations will ask, “What were people thinking?!”

What Will Future Generations Condemn Us For?  By Dave Andrusko Many Sunday afternoons my wife and I spent the day at our oldest daughter’s house with (prior to Covid) our two oldest grandkids. As the restrictions are eased up, we are eagerly anticipating those happy times together. The conversations with Emily, who is an educator …

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Mom who beat COVID-19 while pregnant spends first Mother’s Day with her six children

By Bridget Handy  Trichelle McDaniel of New Orleans, Louisiana, was 35 weeks pregnant with her son Brian when she started to feel dizzy while out running errands. The mother of six drove herself to the doctor’s office, where she was told she had a fever of almost 105 degrees. The cause of the fever was COVID-19. …

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