The deadliest poison of the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling was the finding of a constitutional “right to privacy” identified with virtually abortion-on-demand.
This is a big week for the pro-life movement in America. The Law of Life Summit is convening in Washington D.C. this Thursday and will be followed by a rally and march on Friday. Organizers hope to develop new solutions to the entrenched practice of abortion in our nation, a crisis that claims over one million lives per year, and possibly many more.
The March for Life in Washington D.C. is right around the corner and as public struggle against legalized abortion in America turns 40 years old…..
Where will you be on January 24, 2013? Law of Life Summit Provides Pro-Life Media Strategy with Legal Experts, Media Professionals
The 40 Film is a documentary film produced by Pro Life Champions and Spirit Juice Studios that will take on the heated issue of abortion in our nation that refuses to go away 40 years after Roe v. Wade. The film will present the argument that abortion is not merely a religious or political issue but the most important fundamental human and civil rights issue of our times.
On Nov. 19, 2012, Jeanne Monahan became the new full-time president of the March for Life Education & Defense Fund, which organizes and runs the March for Life in Washington, D.C…
A 2013 Kick Off Message from the National LIFE Runners Team
Please pray for me tonight I share my testimony and try to inspire some hearts and minds.
“Let [responsible men] first consider how easily [artificial birth control] could open wide the way for marital infidelity and a general lowering of moral standards” (HV 17). Just a few years after Humanae Vitae the wedge of artificial birth control was driven so deeply between the marital act and human procreation that it spawned the unspeakable evil of legalized abortion in the U.S. under the Roe v. Wade decision in 1973. The logical extension of the contraceptive mentality is the abortion mentality. Further, there are many other grievous manifestations of this moral decline present in contemporary society. One has to wonder, what is next?
The fate of a controversial Mississippi law designed to protect women is in the hands of a federal judge today. US District Judge Daniel P. Jordan III has stayed the law from going into effect while he decides if it violates existing laws that allow women access to abortion.