Bearing fruit, making progress: latest 40 Days for Life campaign concludes

A portion of this post is adapted from remarks I delivered at the closing rally for 40 Days for Life in Manchester, New Hampshire. This has been one of those 40 Days for Life campaigns that I refuse to call a “Spring” campaign. Too darn cold and snowy. So what did we have for the closing… Read More Bearing fruit, making progress: latest 40 Days for Life campaign concludes

Recommended Viewing: “Desperate Measures”

Not long after Fr. Imbarrato paid a visit to my area and spoke about the need for “decisive strategies” for pro-life activists, I read about his arrest for a sit-in at an abortion facility. Not on the sidewalk – but in the facility itself. Thirty years ago, I would have admired that. Thirty years ago, I… Read More Recommended Viewing: “Desperate Measures”

For Your Weekend Calendar: 40 Days for Life N.H. Kickoff Rallies on Sunday

Make plans to attend a rally in your area to launch the next 40 Days for Life campaign. Manchester and Concord campaigns are having a joint rally at 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 11 at Ste. Marie’s Church (Montminy Hall) in Manchester. Same date & time in Greenland, beginning at the town offices on Portsmouth… Read More For Your Weekend Calendar: 40 Days for Life N.H. Kickoff Rallies on Sunday

Catching Up: Marching for Life in D.C. as Roe Turns 45

If you’ve had your fill of March for Life coverage, my apologies for this post (and please tell me where you’re getting your news). The first March for Life in Washington was 44 years ago, one year after the Roe v. Wade abortion decision was imposed by the Supreme Court.  There’s been a march every year… Read More Catching Up: Marching for Life in D.C. as Roe Turns 45

From ATTWN: Sidewalk Advocacy, Through the Eyes of the Workers

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