Part 1: Being Pro-life 24/7

This blog post is part of a series on what men can do to protect the most vulnerable.

Like many of you, I am proud of the brilliant, pro-life women who have stepped up to lead, and be the voice and face of our movement to defend the most vulnerable among us. They proclaim the truth about abortion and its devastating effects...

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The results of last week’s election might tempt those of us who work for the legal protection of every human life to sit on our laurels and assume that all shall be well with the movement to protect innocent life at all stages of development.  But let us not rush to conclude that there is no more...
It has been 40 years since the Hyde Amendment first passed Congress and restricted our federal tax dollars from being used to pay for Medicaid abortions. A quick trip through the interwebs would have you believing that this is a grim anniversary -- one that marks a policy that denies access to poor...
There's an old song that lauds the lazy, hazy days of summer. Well, perhaps this summer has been hazy at times, but there has been nothing lazy about it.  The pro-life grassroots have been busy and effective! July saw the passage in the House of the Conscience Protection Act of 2016 following an...
Life Issues Forum: NIH Wants To Fund Human-Animal Chimera Research   By Greg Schleppenbach AUGUST 26, 2016 In his late 19th century novel, The Island of Doctor Moreau, H.G. Wells tells a chilling, futuristic story about a doctor on a Pacific island who is performing horrific experiments to craft...
I am on my way to the Diocese of Salina in Kansas where I will have the honor of addressing some of my heroes. I will be speaking tomorrow at the annual conference sponsored by the Respect Life Office where parish pro-life leaders and faithful citizens from across the diocese will gather to learn...

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