January 25, 2012 | MariaNews.com NAPLES, FL – After spending several days in Washington D.C. for the Law of Life Summit and the March For Life it is great to be back in sunny southwest Florida! Saturday: The Law of Life Summit was a great success! Well over 120 people crowded into the First ...
“The Law of Life Summit is an awesome synergistic mix of Pro-Life leadership, grass-roots action, and mentorship that will fuel our final push to overturn Roe,”
January 19, 2012 | MariaNews.com MEDIA ADVISORY, Jan. 19, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ — Christians now have a powerful new technology which they can use to share video messages of faith and spread the Gospel to a whole new audience for the first time in history: Youtoo, the nation’s first social TV network. Youtoo invites Christians ...Tags: Christian News, MariaNews.com, media news, peoplemercials, social networking tv, technology, youtoo tvNews
House Votes 207 to 147 to Pass Legislation Developed by Alliance Defense Fund, Susan B. Anthony List
We are entering the 39 year of Roe v. Wade. Since the passage of Roe v. Wade in 1973, over 50 million babies have died from abortion.
The group of 17 cancer survivors and 20 caregivers reached the top of Mount Kilimanjaro late in the afternoon of Jan. 10, thus becoming participants in the world’s highest “relay for life” at 19,340 feet.
At age fifteen, Lila founded Live Action, which is now a growing nonprofit with several chapters in California. Live Action is a youth-led organization which works to expose abuses in the abortion industry and advocate for human rights for the pre-born, using new media to educate and mobilize both local and national audiences.
In a January 2012 statement, the bishops stressed that the “stability of society depends on the stability of family life in which a man and a woman conceive and nurture new life.”
As the nation today marks the contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., his niece Alevda King says her uncle would be pro-life and battle against abortion if he were alive today
January 15, 2012 | UCANews.com Incumbent president Ma Ying-jeou won yesterday’s national polls by a comfortable margin, defeating opposition rival Tsai Ing-wen in an election that was touted to be much closer than it was. Ma of the ruling Kuomintang or Nationalist party defeated Tsai of the Democratic Progressive party by a reported margin ...Tags: asia catholic leaders, china catholic, communist, democratic, Election news, Ma Ying-Jeou, MariaNews.com, nationalist, socialist, Taiwanese election, world newsWorld News