“The truth may not make us comfortable, but it does make us free”: Archbishop Charles Chaput

By Dave Andrusko Anyone who reads NRL News Today knows what an admirer I am of Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., the Archbishop of Philadelphia. What is his greatest strength? The clarity of his insights? The exquisite skill with which he communicates to a lay audience? His fusion of passionate denunciation of evil with a …

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The Pro-Life, Pro-Truth Movement

By Maria Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation I recently heard a panelist on a news program say there was a need to be “pro-truth.” I immediately thought of the pro-life movement, and how it has also served as a pro-truth movement for decades. We are pro-truth because we recognize the scientific fact that life …

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One simple trick to make abortion rare… tell women the truth!

  By Béatrice Fedor A tip for those who want to make abortion rare: Tell women the truth. Tell them the truth about human development, tell them the truth about the violence of abortion procedures; tell them the truth about potential risks for their reproductive health; tell them the truth about long term psychological consequences. …

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One simple trick to make abortion rare… tell women the truth!

By Béatrice Fedor A tip for those who want to make abortion rare: Tell women the truth. Tell them the truth about human development, tell them the truth about the violence of abortion procedures; tell them the truth about potential risks for their reproductive health; tell them the truth about long term psychological consequences. If …

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Harvard, heritage, and “prochoice” hostility

By Ryan Scott Bomberger Editor’s note. This appeared Wednesday at The Radiance Foundation. College campuses tend to reflect foreign nations with limited speech rights instead of the land of the free and home of the brave. The exchange of ideas has so many caveats and unspoken disclaimers that it’s easy to forget in a University …

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Truth is always greater than the illusion of truth

By Jean Garton Editor’s note. This appears in the newest digital edition of National Right to Life News. You can read the entire issue at www.nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsDec2015.pdf. Christmas is in the air … and in shop windows … and in hotel lobbies. Wreathes decorate doors, Santa posters are everywhere, life size wooden reindeer grace front yards …

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Truth matters

Editor’s note. This editorial appears on page 2 of the March digital issue of National Right to Life News, the “pro-life newspaper of record.” You can read the entire 39-page issue at www.nrlc.org/uploads/NRLNews/NRLNewsMarch2015.pdf. Please be sure to pass along stories to your pro-life family and friends. To be honest I’m not sure I ever thought …

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Truth matters, in politics, culture, personal beliefs

  By Sheila Liaugminas Some big questions have demonstrably true answers. But when they don’t fit powerful narratives, some powerful people are making the questions irrelevant. Or coming up with pragmatic answers, you know, whatever works at the moment to dodge the truth. As the Planned Parenthood president just did this week, saying that when …

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If not me, who? If not us, who?

  By Dave Andrusko Ellie Saul is a gifted writer, some of whose postings at bound4life.org she has happily allowed us to reprint. (To cite two examples, nrlc.cc/YmXwZa and nrlc.cc/WztKEc.) I find her a delight for many reasons but first and foremost because her writings are bathed in a passionate concern for the unborn, the …

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And the greatest of these is love

By Melissa Ohden Editor’s note. Melissa is the survivor of a “failed” saline abortion in 1977. She speaks all over the world including at the last three National Right to Life Conventions. She writes frequently for NRL News Today. Truth. Legislation. Love. When I’m asked about the most important tools that we can utilize in …

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