And Then There Were None has just released its latest short video, and you’re encouraged to share it on whatever platforms you use. Here, a few former abortion industry workers share their thoughts on what pro-life witness looked like to them from inside their clinics. Some approaches were more effective than others, which is no… Read More From ATTWN: Sidewalk Advocacy, Through the Eyes of the Workers
“How can we ever make America great again as long as our laws and our policies say our children are worth more dead than alive?” David Daleiden posed the question at the Values Voter conference in Washington, D.C. earlier this month. He announced to the crowd that a new Center for Medical Progress video was… Read More New Video from Daleiden & Center for Medical Progress
A Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act has passed the U.S. House and is on its way to the U.S. Senate. It would restrict abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, a point at which there is evidence that the preborn child feels pain. That’s “restrict,” not “prevent.” The bill carries a rape-and-incest exception. The ability to… Read More Do Exceptions Help, Politically?
For more about Melissa and her journey, read her book You Carried Me. I’ve featured her before on the blog as part of the Voices to Trust series.
Father Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for Life paid a visit to New Hampshire recently, leading a prayer vigil outside Manchester’s Planned Parenthood office before speaking to an attentive audience about effective pro-life action. “We aren’t doing enough: that has to be our starting point.” Fr. Imbarrato, an EWTN television personality and longtime pro-life activist, was… Read More “Decisive strategies” needed, says Fr. Imbarrato
Béatrice Fedor of 400 Words for Women posted this a year ago. It’s worth re-visiting, as a reflection from a woman who is post-abortive and has something to say to other women with the same experience. I’m praying for healing, I’m praying for peace. I’m praying for a world where no woman is made to… Read More “Don’t Be Afraid to Talk About Your Lost Child”