Category Archives: Life

Father’s Day, answering the call, and the Privilege of Faithfulness

By Dave Andrusko Beginning last week, in anticipation of Father’s Day, we’ve run new and old stories about men and abortion or, conversely, the beauty of being a dad. The following read several years back—it is a

Living Hope that Speaks to Life

By James Lamb The words still haunt my mind: “In memory of our aborted grandchild.” I have signed hundreds of acknowledgments for gifts given in memory of someone, but this one—it just seemed out of place. What

My father was a hero to both my mother and me

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. Father’s Day is not until June 17. Over the course of the next week and a half we’ll post new stories, like this one. and repost others

Marvelous Are Your Works!

By Marie K. MacPherson Editor’s note. This first appeared at Lutherans for Life. “For You formed my inward parts; You covered me in my mother’s womb. I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made;

Perhaps some Memorial Day, in the not-too-distant future….

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation It was a ritual as predictable as the blooming of tulips in the side yard flower bed…the nights of long drives through the steaming countryside…and the child-sized lounge chair

All in a day’s work for a “hero cop”

By Dave Andrusko This post will be as brief as the story that it is based upon is amazing…and telling. CBS News New York reported about a “hero cop” in Washington Township, New Jersey. Did he rescue

“Miracle in Mobile”: Organs about to be harvested when teen awakes

By Dave Andrusko WALA, a FOX affiliate in Alabama, calls it the “Miracle in Mobile.” And Fox reporter Devan Coffaro was not exaggerating when talking about the remarkable recovery of 13-year-old Trenton McKinley who “came back to

“Conspiracy Against Life”

By Chelsy Gomez In recent weeks, the eyes of the world were drawn to Liverpool, England as the life of 23-month-old Alfie Evans hung in the balance. Despite drawing support from across the world, including from Pope

Speaking a Language of Life

By Caitlin Thomas Editor’s note. This appeared in Life Issues Forum, a bi-weekly column written by staff of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Pro-Life Secretariat that address the latest issues on the culture of life.

Remembering Dr. King, 50 years later

By Dave Andrusko Today is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In his tribute today, President Trump began his remarks about “Dr. King’s legacy, 50 years later” with this: April 4

America’s Light

Editor’s note. NRLC President Carol Tobias column appears on page three of the current digital edition of National Right to Life News. I trust you are reading the 41-page issue and are sharing stories with family and

“Where there is life, there is hope. Always.”

By Dave Andrusko If you happen to look back at stories from the past few weeks, you might have noticed that many of the truly inspiring accounts of babies who survived even though physicians had advised their