On the agenda this week: two bills addressing mid- and late-term abortions. One bill is federal, and it fell short on a procedural vote in the U.S. Senate. The other bill is getting its hearing this week (January 31, 10:00 a.m.) before a New Hampshire House committee, a year after a similar bill was tabled… Read More On Pain, Viability, and Votes
From New Hampshire Right to Life: Friday, October 6 (coming right up!) is the deadline for purchasing tickets to NHRTL’s annual banquet, being held on October 12. More information is on their web site. I’ll miss the event since I have to be up early the next morning for a crack-of-dawn flight to D.C. to… Read More Last chance for tickets to NHRTL banquet
Here’s what turns up in a month-end sweep of my inbox and bookmarked social-media items: Yes, Yale Has Pro-Lifers Registration is open now for Vita et Veritas, Yale’s fifth annual pro-life conference, coming up October 6 & 7. The first conference was founded in 2013 by a team of students in Choose Life at Yale… Read More Round-Up: Pro-Life at Yale, Etc.
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
Event sponsored by New Hampshire Right to Life.
In the wake of the recent vote by the Executive Council to grant state money to two abortion providers, New Hampshire Right to Life has lauched a petition drive. From NHRTL: “If you feel strongly that Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers should NOT be receiving our tax dollars, we ask you to sign this… Read More Link to Petition: No Tax $$ to Abortion Providers in N.H.