By Mary Anne Buchanan, Communications Director, West Virginians for Life The Unborn Child with Down Syndrome and Education Act is the cornerstone piece of legislation for West Virginians for Life (WVFL) during the 60-day session in Charleston, which began on January 12 and ends March 12. This legislation will require that a health care practitioner …Continue reading "Unborn Child with Down Syndrome and Education Act to be Main Concern for West Virginians for Life"
By Paul Stark ST. PAUL — Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) will hold the 2022 MCCL March for Life at the State Capitol Mall beginning at noon on Saturday, Jan. 22. A brief program will follow at 12:30 on the Capitol steps. The purpose of the MCCL March for Life is to commemorate the …Continue reading "Thousands expected to participate Saturday in MCCL March for Life at Minnesota State Capitol"
By Dave Andrusko In light of the Mississippi Gestational Age Act heard by the Supreme Court, it is no exaggeration to say that human dignity hangs in the balance. Will the Justices step up to the plate and uphold a law that protects unborn babies past the 15th week? When you ponder whether it is …Continue reading "Why pro-lifers cannot quit"
Forty-nine years ago this coming Saturday, on January 22nd, 1973, the United States Supreme Court handed down the most atrocious decision in the Court’s history. Roe v. Wade, and its companion case, Doe v. Bolton, condemned to death the unborn children of America. The death toll from these despicable rulings is now more than 63 million babies killed in the tranquil …Continue reading "Oklahoma March for Life will be held Saturday, January 22"
LITTLE ROCK – Fathers impacted by the pain and anguish of abortion told powerful stories of hope and forgiveness at the 44th Annual March for Life on Jan. 16 at the Arkansas State Capitol. Thousands gathered at the Capitol for the annual event sponsored by Arkansas Right to Life marking the 49th anniversary of the …Continue reading "Fathers impacted by abortion share their stories at 44th March for Life in Little Rock"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This appears on Page One of the January NRL News. Please share the entire 41 pages with pro-life family and friends. In five days, we will somberly commemorate the 49th anniversary of a heartless assault on unborn babies, a lawless attack on our Constitution, and a colossal lapse in moral …Continue reading "Pro-lifers are brimming with optimism as Roe v. Wade anniversary approaches"
By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Matt Birk, 45, a former professional American football player in the NFL, is a noted pro-lifer in the United States. His defence of the unborn has grown in recent years. SPUC celebrates his “inspirational” pro-life leadership. Birk, a six-time NFL Pro Bowler who played for the …Continue reading "SPUC celebrates “inspirational” pro-life American football star Matt Birk"
By Carol Tobias, President Two phrases have been going around in my head recently– “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing” and “standing on the shoulders of giants.” The first quote, usually attributed to Edmund Burke, may not have actually come from him. The second has …Continue reading "Honoring our Founders"
By Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. Editor’s note. We are 8 days away from the 49th anniversary of the hideous Roe v. Wade decision. Over the last month we’ve posted new stories and run the best of stories previously written about the commemoration. Charles J. Chaput was the Archbishop of Philadelphia (since retired), and, …Continue reading "The Prolife Counter-Witness to Roe v. Wade"
James served as a National Right to Life spokesperson in the 1980s followed by prominent positions in the administrations of both Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush as well as serving in various capacities in the Commonwealth of Virginia. “We are extremely proud of and wish to congratulate Kay Coles James on her …Continue reading "National Right to Life Congratulates Former Spokesperson, Kay Coles James, on Her Appointment as Secretary of the Commonwealth of Virginia"
By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It has been said, quite rightly, that the pro-life case can be made in purely secular terms. In other words, someone could be an atheist, and still believe in the sanctity of human life. But it is also important to note that people of faith have …Continue reading "Love, the heart of the Gospel message, is also the heart of the pro-life movement"