An Open Letter to US Senators

5 Reasons to Watch ‘Unplanned’ with Your High School Students

By Susan Ciancio The Culture of Life Studies Program has recently developed a study guide for the 2019 movie Unplanned. Based on the book of the same name, Unplanned is Abby Johnson’s story of her path to Planned Parenthood clinic director and then to pro-life advocate. This poignant movie shows the devastation of abortion, the limitlessness of God’s mercy, and the fact […]

Is Your Child a Target?

By Judie Brown What I am about to share with you is happening in one county in the state of Maryland, but it could be happening where you live. Your own children or grandchildren could be targeted, and you might never know. So here is the story: Recently a concerned parent alerted our office to […]


How Many Babies Have to Die?

By Susan Ciancio The Supreme Court decriminalized abortion almost 47 years ago. Forty-seven years is a long time for people to believe that it’s acceptable to kill babies. Children now grow up hearing that abortion is a woman’s right—a right guaranteed by the Constitution. They hear that babies are an inconvenience that can be “taken […]

Over 200 Members of Congress Publicly Decry ‘Roe,’ or Do They?

By Judie Brown The headlines were consistent in suggesting that more than 200 members of Congress—both representatives and senators, including two Democrats—had “asked the Supreme Court to consider overturning Roe v. Wade, the 1973 ruling that legalized abortion nationwide.” The elected officials filed an amicus brief on January 2 in the June Medical Services v. Gee case. […]

Pro-Life This Week – January 10, 2020

Week in Review – Abortion, Elections, PPFA data, and Spiritual conflict    Welcome to our first PLTW of 2020. The year started off with media reports that 207 members of Congress (39 senators and 168 House members) sent a brief to the United States Supreme Court stating its landmark decisions on abortion—Roe v. Wade and […]

India Continues to Struggle with Surrogacy

By Pinki Virani Indian author and activist Pinki Virani has been given a national award for her book Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse in India, which ripped the lid off the extent of this secretive crime in Indian homes across class and gender (40 percent of girls and 25 percent of boys under 18 are sexually […]