Tag Archives: pro-lifers

Resisting either/pro-lifers embrace mother and unborn child

By Dave Andrusko In a short essay in THE SCIENCES, the late Professor Stephen Jay Gould once addressed the question of why–with all the available metaphors we could employ to understand/describe fetal development – we’ve settled on

How one New York biker helped save a woman and her daughter from abortion

By Gayle Irwin When Chantelle Chaffett walked toward the front doors of a New York City Planned Parenthood, little did she realize the biker who approached her on the sidewalk would change her life. Pressured by the

Understanding what’s behind the ceaseless attempts to discredit single-issue pro-lifers

By Dave Andrusko You’re going to have to trust me on this one. I am not going into the specifics of either of the two examples I’m about to comment on for the simple reason if I

Darkness can never ultimately overcome light, and truth can, must, and will win out in the end

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Have you ever known someone who offered a ray of sunshine on the stormiest days? An individual who could help you see a path forward as dark clouds of

UK judge upholds ban on pro-life witness at London abortion center

By Dorothy Cummings McLean LONDON, July 2, 2018 — An English High Court judge has upheld a ban on pro-lifers’ freedom of speech outside a London abortion business even while acknowledging that it violates their “human rights.”

5 Lessons for pro-lifers from Mother Teresa

By Alithea Williams, Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Mother Teresa is best known for her work among the poorest of the poor, caring for “all those people who feel unwanted, unloved, uncared for throughout society” in

Why pro-lifers are “so animated and so patient in their efforts” to save the defenseless

By Dave Andrusko The headline of the post is “People criticize pro-lifers for focusing so much on abortion. But there’s a reason we do.” Matthew Lee Anderson’s post is quite lengthy, but if you pan through all

Pro-Choice activist admits she was raised to “demonize” pro-lifers

By Sarah Terzo In an interview, pro-choice feminist Naomi Wolf admitted that she had “been raised all her life” to “demonize” pro-lifers. “I have to reckon with the fact that many of the people I’ve heard from

What pro-lifers stand for and against

By Paul Stark Every human being matters, and we ought to act accordingly The media often use the label “anti-abortion” to describe pro-life advocates. It’s true that we oppose abortion—and infanticide, euthanasia and embryo-destructive research. But we

The message of Horton Hears a Who has only grown sweeter with age

By Dave Andrusko Theodor Seuss Geisel—“Dr. Seuss” —was born March 2, 1904. According to various biographies, after graduating in 1925 from Dartmouth College, Geisel sought a doctorate in literature at Oxford University. There his life took a

Justin Trudeau woke a sleeping giant when he banned summer job grants to pro-life employers

By Jonathon van Maren January 10 – When it was announced several weeks ago that Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government had decided to insist on an “attestation” from all organizations and non-profits applying for funding from the Canada

“If the Church is silent on the destruction of life, we’re being negligent, and leaving our young people vulnerable to making this tragic decision”

–Archbishop Joseph Naumann, the incoming head of the Bishops’ Committee on Pro-life Activities By Dave Andrusko Pro-lifers of all religious denominations and none were absolutely delighted last month when the United State Conference of Catholic Bishops chose Archbishop Joseph Naumann