Fighting back against doctors’ pressure to “reduce” (selectively abort) quadruplets

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Once, while scrolling through my emails, I came upon a fascinating find. It was a message from a man named Michael.  Michael came to his pro-life convictions naturally. You see, he is a quadruplet. I will let Michael take up the story from there: “When my …

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Pro-Life Rally Day: Pro-Life Action at Both Ends of the Life Span

By Alicia Martin, West Virginians for Life Program Director Supporters of West Virginians for Life (WVFL) gathered at the Capitol on Thursday, February 8, for the annual Pro-Life Rally Day.  The main event was a rally at noon in the lower rotunda. Rev. Donald Higgs from the Basilica of the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in …

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Geline Williams, long-time chair for the board of National Right to Right and former mayor of Richmond, Virginia, turns 100 on February 27

General Assembly of Virginia issues a resolution commending Mrs. Williams By Laura Echevarria, Director of Communications and Press Secretary The Honorable Geline B. Williams, former mayor of Richmond, Virginia, and the former board chair for National Right to Life, will turn 100 on February 27. During her lifetime, mankind has moved from silent films to video-on-demand; …

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What is your pro-life story?

By Maria V. Gallagher, Acting Executive Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Everyone has a pro-life story to tell. Granted, some may be more dramatic than others, but, by virtue of our own births, we are the result of a pro-life decision. I have often been captivated by the way toddlers react to soft-touch fetal models. They …

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Can a soft answer really does turn away wrath? Yes!

By Dave Andrusko I’d like to include in Monday’s edition of National Right to Life News Today something that I’d written about a long time ago but which I happened to stumble across this morning on President’s Day. It was in response to a correspondence that had been sent to National Right to Life. It was posed …

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Student essay contests—just one more way National Right to Life affiliates are reaching out to the next generation 

By Maria V. Gallagher, Acting Executive Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation One of my favorite times of the year is coming up—the launching of our student pro-life essay and oratory contests. The Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation has for decades rewarded young people who boldly and winsomely articulate the pro-life message in the written and spoken word. One …

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Abortion is a “monstrosity”: An undeniable truth presented in a straightforward, uncynical way by a young Boy Scout

His adult critics respond with ad hominem attacks By Dave Andrusko This will be a short post but one I believe is worth writing and reading. The writer of this particular letter to the editor described himself as a Boy Scout who was “going to be sharing with you my views and ideas about abortion.”  And …

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“12,000 Too Many” is theme of MCCL’s March for Life

Number of abortions in Minnesota increased by 20 percent in 2022—reaching more than 12,000 abortions By Maria V. Gallagher, Acting Executive Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I have often thought that a true-to-life image of an unborn child is worth a thousand words. But what if thousands of fetal models appeared in the corridors of power? It’s a …

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Can it be “Just Another Birthday”? No, not at all

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. This ran a couple of years ago but in my opinion it deserves a second (or first) read, especially by us dads. 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 …

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She lost four siblings to abortion. Now she’s pro-life.

By Nancy Flanders   During the March for Life last month, a woman marched holding a sign that read, “Four of my siblings were aborted. Choose life.” She stopped to share her story with Students for Life of America, and it was shared on the pro-life group’s social media accounts. Raised to be “pro-choice, pro-abortion,” she explained she had …

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An Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day Pro-Life Message

By Holly Gatling, Executive Director, South Carolina Citizens for Life COLUMBIA, S.C. (Wednesday, February 14, 2024) – It is not often that Ash Wednesday and St. Valentine’s Day fall on the same day. The last time this happened was 2018 and it won’t happen again until 2029. St. Valentine’s Day always is February 14 – …

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