When does love begin?

Science tells us that Life begins at fertilization but when does Love begin?   Science tells us that Life begins at fertilization but when does Love begin?  It’s important to understand that the go-to argument for pro-abortionists always is a variation of the idea that pro-life positions are “religious” as opposed to “scientific.” The all-purpose …

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Let’s Respond to the Hatred of Late-Term Abortions with Love

By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation The headlines happen to be filled with hatred for humanity this past week. Here are just two examples. One news story notes that the Governor of North Carolina has vetoed a bill to stop infanticide. Another breaks the news that a Presidential candidate, Democrat Pete Buttigieg, …

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When does love begin?

Science tells us that Life begins at fertilization but when does Love begin? Editor’s note. This appeared at 400wordsforwomen.com and is reposted with permission. When does love begin? Science tells us that Life begins at fertilization but when does Love begin? Editor’s note. This appeared at 400wordsforwomen.com and is reposted with permission. When does love …

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First-time dad learns “Technology can never replace love”

By Dave Andrusko It’s been a long, looong time since I was a first-time dad trying frantically to figure out what to do (in the absence of my wife) when our newborn daughter would cry, seemingly inconsolable. But thanks to pro-life blogger Chelsea Zimmerman, I was vividly reminded of the rush of emotions lo those …

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Retrieving our “First language” of love and respect for life

By Dave Andrusko Stay with me for three minutes as I introduce you to “’Lost’ first languages leave permanent mark on the brain, new study reveals,” which appeared in The Guardian newspaper. It’s an older story which I had put aside to comment on but forgot. However I believe it has a direct message for …

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“The best argument against abortion is love”

Love for a pregnant woman, love for her child, and love for the father of that child. By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Editor’s note. November is National Adoption Month. This will be the first of many adoption stories this month. I will never forget an experience I had when I was one …

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Intuition and maternal love–the case against abortion

By Paul Stark Countless pregnant women love (or grow to love) their unborn children. But we do not generally use this fact in any argument against abortion. (Abortion is wrong because it unjustly takes the life of an innocent human being who deserves respect and protection regardless of how others think or feel about her.) …

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“I’ll love you forever, I’ll like you for always : The story behind Robert Munsch’s classic children’s story

By Rai Rojas Editor’s note. Rai’s delightful story ran a while back but I’m reposting it today for two reasons. First, the title of Mr. Munsch’s classic is a meme that is running on NRLC’s twitter page . Second, “Love You Forever” has attained legendary status in the Andrusko household, a story we read to our …

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The language of love and compassion: a labor of imagination and persuasion

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. With the 44th anniversary of the wretched Roe v. Wade decision just around the corner, we are publishing two posts in commemoration. This one appeared some time ago, reflecting on PPFA’s change in nomenclature. The latter is our thoughts 11 days away from the anniversary. “Every day, in Congress, courts, …

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The Pro-Life Way: Loving Them Both

By Sarah Terzo In an article in the American Medical News (Diane M Gianelli, “Abortion Providers Share Inner Conflicts,” July 12, 1993), a counselor at a Dallas abortion clinic talked about how she deals with the stress of doing her job. In her own words: “This may sound like repression: however, it does work for …

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