By Dave Andrusko Like so many other grandparents, my wife and I eagerly view the photos our middle daughter sends us of her young son. We do so via text every day, so you might think I wouldn’t be amazed how much change there’s been in just the last few months. But I am! When …Continue reading "An ingeniously video documenting the continuity of human life from the beginning up to and beyond birth"
By Louisiana Right to Life On December 27th, the movie Sound of Freedom staring our Proudly Pro-Life Gala speaker actor Jim Caviezel became available on Amazon Prime for free. The film will likely to be 10th highest grossing film behind other blockbuster hits in 2023. It was a record-hit for an independent film. Also, available for free is the pro-life film Lifemark, …Continue reading "Two Life-Affirming Films Free on Amazon Prime"
By Right to Life UK The giant sculptures of the development of the unborn human revealed by English artist, Damien Hirst, a decade ago, are still on display in Qatar’s capital Doha. His 14 bronze sculptures tower up to 46 feet and show, in stunning anatomical detail, the development of an unborn baby boy from conception to …Continue reading "Damien Hirst’s giant sculptures of the development of the unborn baby are still on display in Qatar a decade later"
By Bridget Sielicki Is there a simple way to solve the world’s problems like poverty, homelessness, disability, and unplanned pregnancy? How about killing people? That’s the setup for Live Action’s latest satire video, which features Killing Innocent People (KIP) Incorporated, a company that boasts it can eliminate society’s biggest problems by killing people. Wearing a flashy suit and …Continue reading "WATCH: Live Action satire skewers the world’s ‘simple way’ to solve problems… by killing people"
By Dave Andrusko Mark Pickup, a good friend, is a Canadian disability rights activist who has spoken at National Right to Life’s annual convention. One of his many terrific posts referencing a music video, “Choose Life”. So, on to YouTube. I watched it…and watched it again….and watched it again. It turns out that “Choose Life” …Continue reading "“Choose life that you might live the life that He gives”"
By Kelsey Hazzard, Secular Pro-Life We seem to be at the start of a welcome trend of pro-life picture books for children. Although the canon is still in its infancy (pun absolutely intended), we’ve previously reviewed Pro-Life Kids and When You Became You. Now I Can Hear Music, written by Brendan Lyons and illustrated by Missy Johnson, joins the list. …Continue reading "Book Review: “I Can Hear Music”"
By Dave Andrusko It’s the nature of the Internet beast. I was just about to poke fun at a ridiculous column by a prominent pro-abortionist when I went to You Tube looking for a related item to buttress my case. By chance I ran across an old song titled, “Let Them be Little”. It is …Continue reading "“Let them be little”"
By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Tracy Robinson has quite a story to tell. “I was a ‘pro-choice’ Christian,” Robinson says. “Actually, I never gave myself that label. In fact, I didn’t give the ethics of abortion much thought. If I ever had to describe my point of view, it would have …Continue reading "“A Matter of Life” is a wonderful pro-life resource"
By Dave Andrusko As it happens I am a huge fan of the band Casting Crowns. More than once I have listened to a “greatest hits” album. Most recently, I listened (for the umpteenth time) to a collection that included “Just Another Birthday,” co-written by Mark Hall, the lead singer of Casting Crowns. No doubt …Continue reading "Can it be “Just Another Birthday”? No, not at all"
By Dave Andrusko During the pandemic, our wonderful daughter-in-law did a masterful job supplementing the education of our 12 year old and 9 year-old grandchildren. Like probably all other parents, she looked for ways to teach not just the basics of math, science, reading and writing, but the essentials of how to treat others with …Continue reading "“When You Became You” teaches the foundational pro-life lesson: you were always you, in and out of the womb"
“ACT YOUR HEART OUT” By Life Institute A film shot in Antrim and featuring acclaimed Belfast actor, James Martin, who has Down syndrome, is now on a shortlist for an Oscar nomination. Written and directed by Ross White, ‘An Irish Goodbye’ has now made it to the shortlist of 15 (from over 200 films) for …Continue reading "“Irish Goodbye” actor with Down syndrome on Oscar nomination"