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Sarah was pregnant with her fourth child at age 26. A single mom with no support from the father, she reluctantly scheduled an appointment for an abortion. She was given two pills. She took the first pill while in tears, and was advised to take the second one 24 hours

The story below is Part II of two powerful personal interviews. On the other side of the courtroom, Bill Pelke stands with those who have lost loved ones to violent crime. Bill’s grandmother, Nana, was attacked by a group of teenage girls who skipped school one afternoon, looking for money

The story below are summaries of two powerful personal interviews. Part I Joe D’Ambrosio was getting ready for work on September 26, 1988. Suddenly, two police officers kicked in his door, pointed pistols at him, threw him on the ground, handcuffed him and arrested him for murder. A few months

When cops busted up a drug/prostitution ring, they found a 17-year-old girl being sex-trafficked, carrying a stuffed animal and keeping a private journal of “bad things.” She had been given drugs to make her addicted and dependent on the pimps, and had been severely sexually traumatized. At her hearing, due

February 2, 2019 WASHINGTON—Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann of Kansas City, KS and Chairman of the U.S. Bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities has issued the following statement in response to several states moving forward with legislation that would permit a baby to be aborted at nine months. Archbishop Naumann’s full statement

I remember walking into the church and I was shaking. I went into the confessional and I sat behind the screen, and I think that the only thing I said was that I had an abortion. The priest told me that I had done the unforgivable, and I left the

The measure of a man often hinges on how he treats others. For 16-year-old Nathan Stelter, that measure is exactly 73 feet. As his Eagle Scout project, Stelter decided to construct 73 feet of shelving devoted to storing supplies for the most needy in our society – drug addicted newborns.

Columbus, OH –Standing together with Ohio’s leading pro-family organizations, the Right to Life Action Coalition of Ohio (RTLACO) today issued their strongest support for House Bill 258, the Ohio Human Heartbeat Protection Act. Sponsored by Representatives Christina Hagan of Alliance and Ron Hood of Ashville, the legislation is poised to

“I was born dirt poor on a dirt floor. I lived in a small shack with aluminum walls and an aluminum roof. No running water, no electricity, a bed and a bucket… When I was four years old, my parents decided to come to the United States.” This is how