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Help After Abortion

PROJECT RACHEL – Find comfort hope and healing in the painful aftermath of abortion. Are you still hurting as a result of an abortion or perhaps feel discouraged? There are several ministries offering support to women and men who are struggling with emotional and psychological effects of abortion, sometimes known as post abortion trauma or […]

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Check out John Elefante’s thought provoking video!

  Former Kansas lead singer, John Elefante recently  released a new video entitled “This Time”. The video relates the story of a young woman who is contemplating an abortion. While waiting for her abortion in the clinic, she has a beautiful dream about a little girl. This dream is so real that she leaves the […]

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We remember….

January 22nd marks the anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision which legalized abortion in the United States. January 28, 1988 marks the anniversary of the “Morgentaler Decision”  in Canada. The Supreme Court of Canada struck down the abortion law (then section 251 of the Criminal Code). The Supreme Court did not resolve the abortion issue and […]

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Celebrate all human life! #HowDoYouSeeMe

There are so many families who have received the prenatal diagnoses from their doctors that their children have an extra chromosome. These children have “Down Syndrome” and their parents are sometimes scared to go through with the pregnancy because they are told of all the negative factors that “could” happen. Julie Wilson is a photographer […]

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Men & Abortion: Reclaiming Fatherhood & Finding Peace

There are others who are affected by abortion and in need of healing. There are the “lost fathers” who have either coerced their partners into having abortions or else were not consulted by their partners about the abortion. So many lives are hurt by abortion: babies, women and men. There was an important conference in […]

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Hearts can be changed…

A young woman named Jen experienced a conversion during our first 40 Days for Life campaign. This is an abridged version of her story: Years ago, perhaps five, I saw something and it enraged me. People standing at the street corner of a hospital with protest signs; I knew such a thing happened but I never […]

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Pro-life poems for reflection

One of our members, Wanda Woodhouse, just shared these two poems she wrote. She explains that this first poem was inspired while praying the rosary. It was fully completed on September 8th, the day the Catholic Church celebrates the birthday of Mary, Jesus’  mother.   “To my dear mother” I was your child, Formed in […]

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“Act of Love” by Larry Paul Santa

Larry Santa is a long time friend of pro-life. This is his explanation for writing “Act of Love”:  On May 8, 2014, A March for Life was held in Ottawa, our nation’s capital. The poignancy of this event stirred me to respond in lyric and melody. The result was: “Act of Love”. This song is […]

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Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth’s private member’s bill M-476 “placed on notice”

          Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth (Kitchener Centre) introduced a private member’s bill M-476 which called on all Members of Parliament to “affirm that every Canadian law must be interpreted in a manner which recognizes the equal worth and dignity of everyone who is in fact a human being.”  Unfortunately the member bill was “placed […]

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Conservative MP Maurice Vellacott’s private member’s bills M-482 & M-483 have been “placed on notice” for now

  Conservative MP Maurice Vellacott (Saskatoon-Wauskewin) filed two pro-life motions on December 6, 2013. Vellacott’s name is expected to be added to the Order of Preference when the House Commons resumes in late January 2014. These motions will hopefully promote discussion about the issue of abortion and the rights of preborn children. There is no […]

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