By Jean Garton Editor’s note. Although it does truly seem like yesterday, we lost this pro-life giant three years ago. Jean, my friend of over 30 years, wrote many stories for NRL News and NRL News Today. Periodically, we run one of her terrific posts for those who were not privileged to read the magnificent …Continue reading "The Lessons of Andy"
By Jacki Ragan On Saturday, January 21, 2017, I had the honor and privilege of attending the Memorial Service for our beloved Dr. Jean Garton. Dr. Jean passed away on December 23 and a multi-decades-long life of service to others, especially the unborn, was commemorated. That day, that life was honored with friends and family …Continue reading "Farewell Jean Garton, Farewell my Friend…"
By Dave Andrusko We’re returning, as promised last Saturday, to the passing of Dr. Jean Garton, a genuine pro-life heroine. I’ve known Jean for more than 30 years and 50 tributes wouldn’t suffice Along with Jack and Barbara Willke’s “Handbook on Abortion,” Jean’s masterpiece, “Who Broke the Baby?” was required reading for pro-lifers of my …Continue reading "“It is the Lord’s story to write, not mine”: Rest in Peace Jean Garton"
By Dave Andrusko Her family and friends—and I am privileged to say I am one— quickly grasped that Jean Garton’s symptoms likely meant this pro-life tower of strength would not live long. Early yesterday morning, the author of the classic “Who Broke the Baby?” died at the same hospice where her beloved husband Chic had …Continue reading "She had no counterpart: RIP Jean Garton"
By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. My family and I will be on vacation through September 6. I will occasionally add new items but for the most part we will repost “the best of the best” — the stories our readers have told us they especially liked over the last five months. This first ran July …Continue reading "Jean Garton tells 2016 NRL Prayer Breakfast, “Where there is life, There is Hope”"
By Jean Garton Editor’s note. Jean Garton is the author of “Who Broke the Baby? What the abortion slogans really mean.” As a writer, Jean does everything well, but her greatest gift is (as the title of her classic book suggests) as a kind of moral archeologist who she digs deep down and finds that …Continue reading "Another Word for Failure"
By Jean Garton Editor’s note. Anyone who has read NRL News or NRL News Today for very long knows that I hold Dr. Jean Garton in the highest regard. When you read this piece from the January 2003, edition of National Right to Life News, you will know why. This is the latest in our …Continue reading "We Will Never Forget"
By Dr. Jean Garton Editor’s note. We are running some of the best stories and opinion pieces that have appeared in National Right to Life News going back to 1973, as part of our year-long “Roe at 40” series. My opinion of Jean Garton is no mystery to anyone who reads National Right to Life …Continue reading "With Track Record of Compassionate Responses Women Have Enormous Credibility With Clergy"
By Jean Garton Editor’s note. Jean Garton is best known to pro-lifers as the author of the classic, “Who Broke the Baby?” But over the years she has also contributed a number of wonderful essays for National Right to Life News, most recently in the Winter 2013 edition. As part of our “Roe at 40” …Continue reading "Another Word for Failure"
By Jean Garton Editor’s note. Dr. Garton is author of one of the enduring classics of pro-life literature: “Who Broke the Baby? What the Abortion Slogans Really Mean.” This story appears in the current issue of National Right to Life News. If you are not a subscriber to the “Pro-Life Newspaper of Record,” call us …Continue reading "“Askew, Misaligned, and Twisted to One Side”: Roe’s Devastating Impact on American Culture"