Actress Sandra Bullock is pro-adoption… so why would she portray a senator who fought for late-term abortion?

By Kelli Actress, adoptive parent, and single mom Sandra Bullock opened up recently to TODAY’s Hoda Kotb, a fellow adoptive mother, explaining how becoming a mother through adoption made her realize that it was not her career as an actress that gave her purpose in life, but her children. “It’s just like being a mom, …

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Megan: An Adoption Story from Cincinnati

By Katie Franklin When Megan found out she was pregnant, she cycled through a range of emotions: embarrassment, sadness, anger, and mostly loneliness. Rejected by her unborn child’s father, Megan turned to the only option her family pushed her towards: an abortion. But as Megan, a single mother of two young boys, listened to the …

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‘Adoption Option Act’ in Louisiana Legislature

HB 449 Authored by Rep. Rick Edmonds BATON ROUGE – Louisiana Right to Life is sponsoring the “Adoption Option Act” in the Louisiana Legislature this spring following the release of the adoption documentary I Lived on Parker Avenue. The short film, which documents the journey of LSU law student David Scotton to meet his birth …

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“Embodying the goodness of our Nation”

Police officer and his wife adopt baby of heroin-addicted mother who wanted to find a safe home for her baby By Dave Andrusko Elsewhere today we’ve reposted a terrific story from Newsbusters, the gist of which was that last night’s State of the Union address was an overwhelming hit with the public which in order …

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“If it wasn’t for adoption”: The Ghost of Christmas that Would Have Been

By Joleigh Little Bass, WRTL Region Coordinator and Teens for Life Director Christmas season is here and it is full of the usual activities – hustling… everywhere, shopping, wrapping, baking, singing, eating and so much more. It is a time of year where we can all pause (in between checking things off our massive to-do …

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My Family’s Adoption Story Could Be Impossible If ACLU Wins This Case

By Lauren Konkol Five international adoptions from China, Guatemala, and South Korea—in addition to my four biological siblings—have made me the oldest of 10 children. As National Adoption Awareness Month has come and gone, I’ve reflected even more than usual on the incredible blessing I am grateful to call my family. Each of my siblings …

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So many reasons to celebrate National Adoption Month

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I find myself with many reasons to celebrate National Adoption Month. #1. I am grateful for the two families who adopted two very smart, very kind classmates who challenged me to realize my academic potential in elementary school. They were both so very gifted, with a strong …

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Couple who adopted two children with Down syndrome: reality turned out better than our dreams

By Texas Right to Life Editor’s note. November is Adoption Awareness Month. NRL News Today has run adoption related stories, new and previously posted, all this month. A Minnesota couple who have adopted two children from opposite sides of the world said they originally planned to adopt healthy, typical children. “But,” says dad Ted, “sometimes …

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“There are no unwanted children, only unfound parents”

By Jean Garton Editor’s note. November is Adoption Awareness Month. NRL News Today has run adoption related stories, new and previously posted, all this month. The following was written by the late Dr. Jean Garton, author of the pro-life classic “Who Broke the Baby?” In a classroom of six-year-olds, the teacher was discussing a picture …

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The Pro-Life vision and National Adoption Awareness Month

By Texas Right to Life Editor’s note. November is National Adoption Month. All this month we’ve been posting and reposting stories about this life-affirming decision. November is National Adoption Awareness month. The annual event, started by President Ronald Reagan, focuses on finding adoptive families for children in foster care. Finding forever homes for children who …

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Adopting Faith Hill, the Girl They Always Wanted

By Christy Brunke Editor’s note. November is National Adoption Month. All this month we are posting new and previously run stories. In 1967, six years before Roe v. Wade would legalize abortion, an unmarried girl named Paula got pregnant. When the baby was only three days old, a Christian couple named Ted and Edna Perry …

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The Gift that is Adoption

By Joleigh Little November. For those of us in Northern climates, the month brings to mind frosty mornings, barren trees and the upcoming holiday season. In my family and many others, November also has a special significance because it is National Adoption Month. Adoption means different things to different people. To me, adoption is synonymous …

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