In recent years, celebrities have started to wear a “1973” themed necklace to commemorate the year the Supreme Court legalised abortion in America. In response to this fashion trend, mother and fashion designer Carla D'Addesi, has created her own fashion brand “Culture of Life 1972” (COL1972) with their own “1972” inspired jewellery to commemorate the last year America enjoyed a culture of life.
Benjamin Watson, a super-star American football athlete and Super Bowl champion, has released a new documentary on abortion, hoping to produce empathy and understanding in viewers on the abortion debate.
The Life Institute has hit out at Canadian Prime Minister's after he called for Ireland to legalise abortion, saying that "Justin Trudeau should instead move to repeal Canada's disgusting and inhumane abortion laws which permit abortion until birth and fail to protect babies who have survived abortion."
David Daleiden, the investigator who rocked the international abortion industry with his videos exposing US abortion giant Planned Parenthood's grisly practise of selling baby parts, has won a major victory in a Californian court. Daleiden has been hailed as a hero by the global pro-life movement, and this latest vindication of his work to expose the horrors of the abortion industry was warmly welcomed.
The New York Times is not usually known for giving a hearing to a pro-life point of view so it was refreshing to see an insightful and intelligent article slamming the political view that says abortion is especially needed for poorer women. As the author writes: “It’s also patronizing, and patently dishonest. Of course unplanned pregnancy presents challenges. But it doesn’t have to lead to economic failure. Abortion is society’s easy way out — its way of avoiding grappling with the fundamental injustices driving women to abortion clinics.”
At the 4th session of the Citizens’ Assembly the reality of abortion was brought home to the 99 members of the assembly when Dr Anthony Levatino gave a riveting, heart-breaking testimony. Watch it, share it, and read it below. Make the truth behind the repeal slogan known.
LifeSiteNews reports on a short video which features the story of John Barros who has saved the lived of 1000 babies at an abortion mill. According to his doctors John Barros shouldn’t be alive. Between cancer that required four surgeries, two brain aneurisms that required two more surgeries, and an accident when someone ran into his back with a vehicle, leading to yet more surgeries, it’s a marvel that Barros is standing, let alone maintaining the grueling schedule that he does.
At the recent Oireachtas Committee hearings on abortion it was argued that legalising abortion on suicide grounds might lead to more widespread abortion. It would be helpful then to look at the experience of California which permitted abortion for what were considered very narrow mental health exceptions before Roe v Wade.