The civil rights struggle of this century: the campaign for equality for those inside their mothers’ wombs.

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation When I think about leaders who have truly inspired me, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. tops the list. As a child, I was fascinated at how he had led America from the darkness and despair of segregation to the light of inclusion and solidarity. …

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Unborn children aren’t constructed—they develop

By Paul Stark, Communications Director, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life In one Seinfeld episode, the character of Kramer argues with a restaurant owner, Poppie, about when a pizza becomes a pizza. “It’s not a pizza ’til it comes out of the oven,” exclaims Kramer.  “It’s a pizza the moment you put your fists in the …

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

By Dave Andrusko Once again, I saw what I’m guessing will be the most powerful, if indirect, pro-life message I will encounter today while jogging on the treadmill. I was able to read the chyron that ran underneath an ad for a car. Even without hearing the music, it was easy to sense the intimacy …

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How poetry highlights the humanity of the unborn–and the barbarism of abortion

By Jonathon Van Maren Editor’s note. This appeared at The Bridgehead and is reposted with permission. Nobody is really in any doubt about what takes place in the womb during pregnancy. It’s why we don’t ask expectant mothers what it is they’re expecting, and why we never wonder whether the child she is carrying is …

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Some thoughts on why abortion activists so hate photos of pre-born babies

By Jonathon Van Maren If the pre-born are not human, pro-life apologist Scott Klusendorf is fond of saying, then no defence of abortion is necessary. But if they are human, no defence of abortion is adequate. The entire abortion debate hinges on whether or not the person being aborted is, in fact, a person. Human beings have …

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A depiction of an unborn baby at about 10 weeks gestation

The Psychopathy of the “Conscious, Relational Fetus” is mired in pseudoscience, hokum, and wishful thinking in order to justify the unjustifiable

By Right to Life of Michigan Just because something is published in a psychology academic research publication doesn’t mean it’s not stark raving madness. “Conscious Abortion: Engaging the Fetus in a Compassionate Dialogue,” is the title of an article by Claudette Nantel appearing in the summer issue of the Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology …

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Girl whose parents refused an abortion is now two years old and walking after surgery in the womb

By Right to Life UK A girl whose mother was offered an abortion after being told she had a spinal condition has defied the odds by being able to run, walk and climb. 20 weeks into her pregnancy, mum Bethan Simpson was told her child would be born with spina bifida and was offered a …

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Quinn’s life is no accident—and neither is the life of any unborn child.

We logged onto Facebook and there, in all her five-pound glory, was the girl we had been praying for—stunningly beautiful, preciously pink, uniquely lovely, and unashamedly and completely loved by the grandmother who held Quinn in her arms. Read the whole story.

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Establishing a buffer zone around unborn children not only for the child’s safety, but for all of our sakes

By Dave Andrusko “Trying to plan for the future without knowing the past is like trying to plant cut flowers.” — Historian Daniel Boorstin “A nineteenth-century German historian wrote that every moment of history is equally present to God. Every moment is also equally present to great evil. But there are moments in which great evil bestirs …

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Why would life be less sacred before birth than after birth?

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Not so long ago, a friend of mine, ever-sunny Robin, was all set to serve as a volunteer on a women’s retreat weekend. Then she learned that her beloved grandchild in utero, Quinn, had to be delivered by C-section the next morning. She left the retreat, …

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An Amazing Video of a Living, First Trimester Unborn Baby

By Nancy Valko Editor’s note.  Every day when I look back at what we previously posted on this date, I try to choose stories to repost that remain relevant and were very popular. Nancy’s post fills the bill on both scores. Recently, I saw an amazing in a post on the Nurses&Midwives4Life Ireland Facebook page showing …

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