SACRAMENTO, CA – Today the March for Life, partnered with the California Family Council, announced the second annual California March for Life, which will take place on June 22, 2022. Marchers will rally […]
As the pro-life generation prepares to go back to school, we recommend every college student takes time to read these inspiring books. With so much confusion, misinformation, and division on the issue of life, being educated and prepared for challenging conversations about pro-life issues with peers is critical. These five recommended books will further […]
In January 1973, the Supreme Court made the landmark decision of Roe v. Wade, effectively legalizing elective abortion through all nine months of pregnancy. As a result, over 62 million innocent lives have […]
March for Life Partnered with the Pennsylvania Family Institute Announces 2021 Pennsylvania March for Life First ever official Pennsylvania March for Life to take place in Harrisburg on September 27, […]
In Dallas, Texas, a young woman delivered a valedictorian speech to her graduating high school class. Switching her original speech to instead comment on the recent Heartbeat Bill passed in Texas, she said: In light of recent events, it feels […]
Yesterday, we celebrated the amazing mothers in our lives. These women provide us with encouragement, support, guidance, and love. They have overcome challenges and made countless sacrifices to provide beautiful […]
When Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and Guttmacher are on red alert, you know the pro-life movement is making major advances. According to the pro-abortion Guttmacher Institute – originally the research arm of […]
In the next few days, Congress will vote on several important nominations and bills that will lay the foundation for abortion-related legislation across the board. Cabinet Nominations President Biden’s cabinet […]
His appalling record — including support for partial-birth abortions — reveals his priorities and anti-life agenda. Joe Biden’s announcement that he will nominate California attorney general Xavier Becerra to head the […]
As the nomination hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett are coming to a close, I am excited and grateful for a nominee such as Judge Barrett. Her intellect, graciousness, generosity, and faith are a breath of fresh air in the public square, and are hugely inspiring […]
Moments ago, President Trump officially nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg on the Supreme Court. We are encouraged by this choice, as Judge Barrett is a judge of impeccable qualifications, who seeks to uphold the dignity of the […]
The State Department recently released a report confirming the Trump Administration’s “Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance” policy (PLGHA), formerly known as the Mexico City Policy, is working. The PLGHA policy mandates […]
For the second time in dealing with Coronavirus, Politifact decided that defending Speaker Nancy Pelosi was more important than presenting the facts. Their latest posting unfortunately portrays the March for […]
This is big news. Following the Administration’s recent Title X rule separating abortion from family planning, yesterday, Planned Parenthood, our nation’s largest abortion provider, withdrew from Title X programs, […]
Conversations about abortion, especially late-term abortions, are often clouded by misinformation and euphemisms. To get a clearer sense of the scientific facts related to prenatal development and abortion, our […]
(Picture: Courtesy of Secular Pro-life) For decades, the abortion industry has depicted the pro-life cause as a narrow, out-of-touch religious crusade. As an atheist pro-life advocate, I know better. I […]
“We grieve the loss of 60 million Americans whose lives have been ended by abortion since it was legalized in 1973, but we also have great hope for ending this human rights abuse in the future and restoring a culture of life in the United States.”
On Tuesday, March for Life President Jeanne Mancini, gathered with other pro-life leaders to urge Congress to take action on defunding the nation’s largest abortion provider, Planned Parenthood, and […]
Since the March for Life in January, participants, and supporters across the country have continued to build a culture of life by advocating for pro-life policies under the new Congress and Administration.
Have you been following what’s happening in our Nation’s capital this week? On Monday, confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch began, and negotiations over health care legislation […]
THANK YOU for the incredible outpouring of support on social media for the March for Life! Each and every post helps to share our pro-life, pro-woman, pro-love cause. Below is just a sample of some of your poignant #WhyWeMarch posts from the 2017 #MarchforLife!
Get ready to make thousands of new friends with your fellow pro-life students! We want to make sure that you have a meaningful March for Life experience, and that we are a unified movement to impact our friends, culture, and our representatives in government.
In 100 days, tens of thousands of pro-life Americans will descend upon our Nation’s Capital for the March for Life. The March for Life is the largest annual peaceful, human rights protest in the world, and it happens every January in Washington D.C. on the anniversary of legalized abortion on demand in the United States.
March for Life Action will allow YOUR VOICE — in combination with the collective voices of the millions of pro-life Americans — to advocate for specific pro-life policies at the federal and state level.
On Wednesday, July 13, the House of Representatives will vote on a critically important piece of legislation, the Conscience Protection Act, which would protect the rights of health care entities that do not participate in abortion.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley recently signed a law restricting abortion after 19 weeks of pregnancy. Citing fetal pain science, South Carolina joins 16 other states that have passed legal protections for unborn babies halfway through pregnancy.
While precise data won’t be available for several months, officials from Planned Parenthood in the state of Texas are reporting a sharp increase in the number of women using RU-486 to terminate their pregnancies.
Not only are we making a tangible difference in the lives of mothers and babies in need, but I can sense the culture of life being spread throughout the school. The tide is turning, but it falls upon you and me to ignite that flame within our communities, one heart at a time.
A pregnant woman and her baby are not radically separate individuals with isolated human rights “at war” with one another. A woman and her baby are a “unity of two persons” interconnected in love with everyone and everything.
“This is a huge opportunity for us and I think it’s great for our country’s leaders to see that we are the generation that will end abortion, and hopefully this 43th March for Life will be the last one that needs to take place.”
Are you following the March for Life on Instagram? If not, then you missed our most recent guest, Good Counsel Homes! We were honored to highlight this organization, which serves women and babies with loving, life-affirming care.
With the grisly videos exposing the practices of “Planned Parenthood” and reminding us of the hundreds of lives that the so-called “women’s health” organization takes each and every day, it’s important to remember that whether planned or unplanned – every life matters.
Two years ago today, on March 18, 2013, the murder trial of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell began. Opening statements were given, in which the prosecutor, the Assistant District Attorney, called Gosnell’s operation a “house of horrors.”
For our March Give Life Challenge –> participating in World Down Syndrome Day on March 21 <-- we hosted Carissa Carroll as our Instagram Guest! See what her day was like below, which included delivering one of "Jack's Baskets" to a family with a newborn with Down Syndrome.
The Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Amendment Act of 2014 prevents religious institutions, other faith-based employers, and pro-life advocacy organizations from making employment decisions consistent with their sincerely held religious beliefs.
Throughout this Sanctity of Life Month and leading up to the March for Life on the 22nd, we encourage pro-lifers to upload a photo to Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter with the hashtag #WhyWeMarch and the reason you’d like to share Why We March for life on January 22nd.
Despite the polar vortex, we marched for life! Thank you for sharing your pictures, your thoughts, and your hopes for a culture of life and the reasons WHY you march. As we look ahead to the 2015 March for Life in just a few short weeks, take a look back at the 2014 March for Life.
We’ve found lots of chatter on social media about what you’ve been up to this year and your trip plans for the 2015 March for Life! Find out what others are up to and be sure to share your plans! You could be included next week!
However, in Tennessee voters approved a ballot initiative to amend the state constitution to say that nothing in it protects the right to an abortion or the funding of an abortion. The measure distinguished the right to privacy from the right to an abortion.
This sound is a song, a cry, a chant, a speech, and a prayer. It is thousands of voices speaking at once, speaking the same thought, the same belief. We make this sound for those who cannot make such a sound themselves.
There has never been a better time in the history of the world for a person with a disability to be alive, yet, tragically, the vast majority of babies diagnosed in the womb with a disability are aborted.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report this morning that confirms my experience and indicates that there is, in fact, no consistent way to determine which plans under Obamacare cover abortion. The report stunningly reveals that in five states, including my home state of New Jersey, there is not one pro-life plan available.
Yet signs of confusion and defeat are on the horizon for abortion groups. Their latest approach is to abandon the “pro-choice” label. (An argument Secular Pro-life dissects as “disingenuous.” ) Abortion proponents are trying to normalize and downplay the significance of abortion.
Don’t be afraid to stand for your beliefs. You might have some tough conversations, but people will respect your passion. People get far more afraid of the consequences of standing up, but ultimately people who are your friends will support you.
Patrick Eliert, is a rising senior at St. John’s Catholic School in Beloit, KS. Patrick has been to the March for Life three times. He first attended in 2011, and this year he is serving as the president of his school’s “Catholic School Life Rally” initiative.
The Basics The HHS mandate comes from a provision in President Obama’s health care law, commonly called “Obamacare.” This provision requires all employers who offer health insurance to include coverage […]
According to Wikipedia.com the War on Women is an “expression used in United States politics that characterizes certain Republican Party policies as a wide-scale assault on women’s rights, especially […]
Prior to today’s hearing on President Obama’s anti-conscience mandate pro-religious liberty politicians spoke out on the liberty crushing mandate. Hill staff helped to compile a lot of what they have […]
From a friend on the Hill: Pro-life Groups: Yesterday Secretary Sebelius testified before the Labor, Health and Human Services Subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee. During this hearing […]
As defenders of life, we seek to see “awakenings” or conversions from pro-abortion to pro-life and to open the public’s eyes to the injustice of abortion; an act that brutally takes the life of an unborn child.
Today the Guttmacher Institute, originally the research arm of Planned Parenthood, released a report “Abortion Incidence and Service Availability in the United States, 2011” showing that abortion rates are at […]
Last week, the House and Senate voted on the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2014 (H.R.3547), better known as the omnibus appropriations package. The $1.111 trillion spending bill funds the federal government’s discretionary […]
There is little doubt among reasonable folks that since its passage President Obama’s health care law, commonly known as Obamacare, contains multiple instances of abortion funding or subsidies. Some of […]
How radical is President Obama’s mandate within his health care law that forces private companies to pay for sterilizations, abortifacients and contraception? The so-called exemptions don’t even cover a religious […]
At the 1984 Mexico City Conference the Reagan Administration established the requirement that the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) provide “concrete assurances that (it) is not engaged in, or does […]
Over the weekend the Democrats once more said they will continue their “War on Women” rhetoric with Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz vowing to continue the mantra. I […]
Last week the House Energy and Commerce Committee held a hearing with Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen “Whatever” Sebelius. During her testimony, Rep. John Shimkus (R-IL) asked Secretary Sebelius […]
As we speak Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is testifying before the House Energy and Commerce Committee at a hearing titled “PPACA Implementation Failures: Answers from HHS” (Click here to […]
Who can forget the drama this past summer when Democratic Texas State Senator (and now gubernatorial candidate) Wendy Davis “filibustered” against legislation that she and her out-of-state friends argued would oppress […]