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FROM JAMES: After Margaret left, I stepped in for a few minutes before Dana came; I somehow gave three sets of brochures out: one to a guy passing in a car who encouraged our work; a Spanish set to a woman driving by, whom Dana later spoke to (he speaks Spanish, me un poquito), and one to a young couple going in.  The young man driving listened politely as I emphasized the free ultrasound available at the pregnancy clinic and that we were there to save babies from abortion today.   They drove...

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FROM MARGARET  - at 8th St. Driveway. There were about 6 couples and parent/daughter duos coming across the 8th St. driveway.  Got only one to stop.  Hispanic mom and daughter.  The mom listened to me with apparent interest as I pointed out where the CPC was located and explained how we could help..  She took the brochure, then proceeded right into PP. Only one other incident of note.  A county agent talked with Steve, the security guard, resulting in Steve relocating the large PP banner/flag the flanks...

View From the Sidewalk

FROM LINDA: A day at an abortion mill is filled with spiritual warfare. Those who dare to step into that arena cannot be faint of heart, and must be prepared for the good, the bad, and the ugly. As you view the attached pictures, you might see a glimpse of what I'm talking about. The fellowship that we have as believers as we take our places on the battlefront, is sweet. When one is down because of the intensity of what we are facing, someone is always there...

Kansas Supreme Court has not ruled whether there is a “right”...

It’s one of those stories that could have written pretty much anytime over, say, the last 18 months. The headline to AP reporter John Hanna’s story (as published last week in the Washington Post) is “Kansas abortion foes brace for state Supreme Court decision.”


  • Tues Sept 17th – Church of St. Patrick
    7900 Bee Ridge at 6:30 PM
  • Thurs Sept 26th – St. Bernard Church
    240 S. Harbor Dr at 10:00 AM
  • Friday Sept 27th – Church of the Incarnation
    2901 Bee Ridge Rd at 6:30 PM

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“It is an exciting time to be involved in the RTL movement”

As many NRL News readers know from personal experience, Jacki Ragan is not only the director of NRLC’s State Organizational Development Department but also directs the annual NRLC convention. It is always a delight to check in with her to see what National Right to Life has planned for the upcoming year. Q: It’s now year 46 since the Supreme Court gave us Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton. You’ve been in this fight for many years. What are the top two lessons you’ve learned in combating the Culture of Death? First and foremost, you never give up.

2019: challenges and opportunities

2019. A new year. A new legislative session, at both the federal and state levels. Please read Jacki Ragan’s story on page 5 which outlines what you can do to help turn back pro-abortion initiatives and enacted pro-life legislation. The now-Democratically controlled House of Representatives quickly reinforced our belief that pro-abortion House Democrats will do whatever they can to promote and advance the killing of unborn children.

Why the Jan issue of National Right to Life News is must reading

Welcome to the January digital edition of National Right to Life News, for over 50 years the “pro-life newspaper of record.” Let me thank you in advance for reading the entire 48-page issue and for forwarding the stories you like best to pro-life family and friends. We wanted this commemorative edition leading up to the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade to address every topic of interest and relevance to pro-lifers around the world.


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