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A new coalition of Ohio pro-life organizations announced its formation at the Bringing America Back to Life conference in Cleveland last week. The Right to Life Action Coalition of Ohio (RTLACO) will focus on developing and strengthening local grass roots pro-life leadership; using a consistent, holistic pro-life standard to evaluate
By Gail Deibler Finke Whether you’re looking for an at-home event to attend in solidarity with the March for Life in Washington, D.C., or you want to become a more active witness for the dignity of life throughout the year, Greater Cincinnati offers many ongoing seasonal, and one-time pro-life events
Workers at the Cincinnati wastewater treatment plant on Gest Street reported that they found the remains of a human fetus around 4:30 a.m. on Feb. 12. A spokesman for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati said the mother and family of the fetus were of great concern and urged them to take
By Gail Finke The annual March for Life is a chance to stop, pray, refocus, and recommit to doing what you can to uphold the dignity of all human life, from conception to natural death. The March’s particular focus is on the dignity of the unborn, who are human beings
By Gail Finke Ohio Congressman Brad Wenstrup is one of two legislators who introduced resolutions to overturn a new bill legalizing “assisted suicide” in the District of Columbia. Rep. Wenstrup, a surgeon from Cincinnati, and Oklahoma Senator James Lankford each introduced a companion resolution last week that would block a
9 Days for Life is an annual period of prayer and action focused on cherishing the gift of every person’s life.
Surrounding the Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children*, the overarching intention of the centerpiece novena is the end to abortion. However, the novena also highlights many other facets of respecting each other’s God-given dignity, especially by respecting human life at every stage and in every circumstance.
Long-time March for Life participants are looking to this year’s national event with hope and expectation. While both Republicans and Democrats have occupied the White House in the 44 years since Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton, no candidate for president has ever promised to do more to restrict