The latest pro-life news (06/26/17)

From Pro-Life Wisconsin:

Pro-life talk at Google earns better viewership than abortion executive

The Talk at Google delivered recently by pro-life activist and author Stephanie Gray outperformed that of Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards in its first 24 hours online.

And in just three days, Gray’s talk effectively quadrupled the overall number of views garnered by the abortion executive’s talk published almost five months ago.

Gray, the co-founder of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform who now speaks with her “Love Unleashes Life” ministry, presented Abortion: From Controversy to Civility” to the Internet giant’s audience in April. She employed the Socratic method of questions and answers leading to productive dialogue in making the case for life.

Gray’s talk, published June 19, surpassed Richards’ 1,200 views in its first day and was sailing along toward 5,000 views and counting by press time June 22.

Read the rest of the story and read Stephanie Gray’s talk at LifeSiteNews.

Pro-Life News

CENTER  FOR MEDICAL PROGRESS: On Wednesday the San Francisco Superior Court tossed for lack of evidence 14 of 15 criminal charges against journalists who recorded high-level Planned Parenthood employees discussing trafficking the body parts of aborted babies. PLW: We celebrate the dropping of these charges against CMP and hope that Planned Parenthood is fully investigated for trafficking in human body parts.

CONVERSION: A mother of four from North Carolina who decided not to have an abortion has accepted Jesus Christ in her life and got married to the father of her children all in a single week, a pro-life group has said. PLW: This mother choose to sacrifice her body and time for her preborn child, in the same way Christ gave his body and life for us.

SCOTLAND: The figures released by the NHS in Scotland found there were 216 abortions because of disability in 2016, a 57 percent rise from the 2011 figure of 136. PLW: Society allows the killing of the least among us – the preborn and the disabled – when it seeks human perfection.

CATHOLIC: An Anglican ethicist who believes abortion should be legal up to 18 weeks of pregnancy has been appointed to the Pontifical Academy for Life by Pope Francis. Many pro-life activists are very unhappy with the appointment.

PLW: The decision to allow this ethicist into the academy makes the Church leadership lose credibility. If the Catholic Church cannot stand its ground on the moral issue of abortion, what values can it uphold?

NEW YORK: New York Attorney Gen. Eric Schneiderman has sued a coalition of pro-life protesters for allegedly harassing and threatening people outside an abortion clinic in New York City. PLW: Free speech rights are in play if this lawsuit finds its way to the courts. On public rights-of-way, everyone has the freedoms to peaceably assembly and speak.

CELEBRITIES: To protect the hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars that currently go to Planned Parenthood from being diverted to other women’s health clinics, a number of celebrities have joined in a series of campaigns designed to convince people to fight on Planned Parenthood’s behalf. PLW: Celebrities, shielded from the majority of American voters, haven’t felt the culture shift away from abortion, and so they’ll gladly support abortion-giant Planned Parenthood.

UNITED NATIONS: The new U.S. delegation under the administration of President Donald Trump has rejected a U.N. resolution on violence against women because it included a clause that called for “safe” abortion access in countries where it is legal. PLW: More evidence that Trump is keeping many of his campaign promises to pro-life voters.

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From WI Right To Life.


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First, a visit to The Baby Buddies program at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta:

And on to Pittsburgh:

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