Pregnant and alone? A message for women facing unplanned pregnancy

By Chris Alexis Expectant mothers need support; that’s no secret. But when their surrounding environment or relationships don’t offer that, social media can be a place to discover it.   It is an important reminder that no one is truly alone, and if they look beyond their immediate circumstance, they will see that good people are …

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Schizophrenic response: Two embryos, two attitudes

By Sarah Terzo The pro-choice author of one book described observing an ultrasound training workshop: “The workshop was for primary care clinicians who were beginning to offer medication abortion in their practices and were planning to use ultrasonography to date their patient’s pregnancies precisely. (Ultrasounds are not required as part of the medication abortion regimen, …

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In a crisis pregnancy, a mother can find strength in her child

The protective role of parents was brought to light in a powerful story I recently learned about. By Stephanie Gray Connors Editor’s note. This first appeared at Love Unleashes Life and was reposted with permission at LifeSiteNews.  The author is debating Peter Singer tonight. We’ve written about this previously but are reposting our story again …

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The news that she was pregnant with their first child “would change the course of our future in the best way”

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Every so often, pop culture reaffirms the breathtaking beauty of life in a mother’s womb. Reality television star Bindi Irwin recently lit up social media with a stunning photo of herself and her husband, Chandler Powell, holding a composite ultrasound photo while also hugging a koala …

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Basic dos-and-don’ts we men should know when helping women face an unplanned pregnancy

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This story from a year ago today is as timeless and timely as a story can be. In our culture, equipped with a gazillion cell phone cameras and a multiplicity of recording devices, every once in a while when an unhinged pro-abortionist goes off on a pro-lifer, it’s get captured …

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“Never Too Early” to remind us unborn children are already part of the family

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. After one powerful life-affirming message after another given at the Republican National Convention last night, it occurred to me that this post from a year ago was a perfect follow on. Once again, I saw what I’m guessing will be the most powerful, if indirect, pro-life message I will encounter …

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In our time of the Coronavirus, a joyous news flash reminding us of the great gift of new life

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The Facebook post was impossible for me to ignore. The black and white photo held the distinct image of a baby in profile, safely tucked away in her mother’s womb. I had not known my friend was pregnant, until that moment when she revealed her Ultrasound …

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Boss asked woman if she “intended to keep the baby” as pregnancy discrimination in UK grows

By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children A woman has spoken out about the negative workplace attitude that she faced after informing her boss that she was pregnant. The anonymous woman describes how she was placed on unpaid leave and was asked by management if she “intended to keep the baby.” Speaking to …

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Study shows that 134 pregnant women in Los Angeles County tested positive for coronavirus but none of their newborn babies did

By Dave Andrusko As we’d previously discussed, the one bright note in the COVID-19 pandemic is a study published in Pediatrics of Chinese children which found that “90% of those who tested positive for the disease had mild symptoms, or none at all.” But what about newborns? Would children born to mothers who’d tested positive …

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Boss asks pregnant employee, “Do you need a few days off to take care of it?”

By Sarah Terzo When Emily became pregnant, her boss immediately assumed she would have an abortion: “My program director asked, ‘Do you need a few days off to take care of it?’ Jamie Kenney, “17 Moms Share The Worst Thing They Heard After Announcing Their Pregnancy” Romper Sept 6 2016. Editor’s note. This appeared at …

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Pro-choice activist: pregnancy means “there is a baby growing inside of a woman”

By Sarah Terzo Pro-abortion activist Judith Arcana, who performed illegal abortions before Roe: “… [W]e should never disregard the fact that being pregnant means there is a baby growing inside of a woman, a baby whose life is ended. We ought not to pretend this is not happening….  In the clinics, having an abortion is …

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Facing the pressures and fears of being unexpectedly pregnant later in life

By Dave Andrusko I shared a number of tweets this weekend with my pastor. He is, like all of us, under tremendous strain. It is one thing (as he should have) to conduct Sunday services via Facebook. It’s another to do so during Lent—especially Palm Sunday and, again, next week on Easter. The next time …

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