(LifeSiteNews) – Toronto’s Scott abortion facility, run by abortionist Robert Scott and his wife Maria Corsillo, is “closing its doors after 29 years,” according to an announcement on its website.
They were told to prepare for him to die within 72 hours. Now he’s thriving. His name means “gift of God” and his family says their miracle baby, Nathaniel, lives up to his name. He was supposed to be born January 26, but he arrived suddenly early in the third trimester. And due to complications, he was expected to die. But his parents believed then what they see now: that Nathaniel would live.
Stephanie and Gregory Palmer stood on their faith in God and never stopped believing their son would thrive and go home to join his siblings, ages eight, six and 18 months.
(Bound4Life) Choosing life for a child who is diagnosed with a severe abnormality can be one of the most heart-wrenching decisions one may ever make. Yet in my experience, it has become one of the most fulfilling things I have ever done.
As I have written before, our firstborn son, Zeke, was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome—a deadly congenital heart condition if left untreated, and often considered a reasonable cause for abortion.
The doctors advised us very adamantly and harshly to abort him in the womb, yet we refused and chose to give Zeke life.
On Jan 23rd, the day after the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, I was scheduled to speak at the Students for Life National conference in D.C. The following day I was to speak at the Students for Life Conference in San Francisco. Students for Life is the nation’s largest youth pro-life organization with over 700 clubs at high schools and college campuses. I was honored to be presenting with Secular Pro-Life’s President Kelsey Hazzard. Kelsey was going to speak about the most effective way to reach secular students with the pro-life message, and I was going to talk about reaching students of color with the truth about abortion.
In an effort to give the citizens of New Mexico a real look into the state’s abortion industry, a pro-life group has put together years of shocking research and presented it to state lawmakers.
Life Ministries NM, founded by Fr. Stephen Imbarrato, compiled the information into a 45-minute video, which was shown to New Mexico legislators at the State Capitol in Santa Fe with the hope that principled politicians will sponsor and pass pro-life state legislation. New Mexico is one of only a few places in the world which allows unrestricted abortions after 24 weeks gestation.
On September 7, 2015, police sergeant Troy Snedeker responded to an emergency call from a home in Andover, KS. When he entered the residence, he found a tiny newborn infant lying face down on the couch. She was not breathing.
Kim Tucci and her husband were the proud parents to two little girls when they decided to have another baby, hoping to add a boy to their family. What they never expected was to become pregnant with five babies – the boy they were hoping for, plus four baby girls.
(Pregnancy Help News) Not many people can say they celebrated their first birthday on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Then again, there’s only one Milo.
Decked out in a hand-crafted birthday hat made by his mother, Jessica, Milo and his older brother, Oliver, were privy to a guided tour of the House floor Jan. 21 as an unexpected perk of Heartbeat International’s Babies Go to Congress.
Cori Salchert and her husband Mark already had eight children when they decided to become foster parents. But the couple wouldn’t be fostering just any baby who was placed with them, they would be taking in the babies with life-shortening and terminal diagnoses.
In a recent interview with The Insider, singer/actress Toni Braxton talked briefly about a past abortion, telling them it made her sad and she had to forgive herself for having it.
The media tends to skew pro-abortion, so it’s no surprise, really, that every single year, they do their best to ignore and minimize the March for Life.
This past weekend, you would think it would be huge news: hundreds of thousands of people gathering to peacefully protest in our nation’s capital, even with a blizzard coming. But because those hundreds of thousands of people are protesting abortion, the media stays quiet. When they do talk about the March for Life, they vastly underestimate it.
(LifeSiteNews) World-famous Canadian singer Celine Dion is undergoing another chapter in her life as she grieves the death of her beloved husband and former manager Rene Angelil. Dion’s fairytale life and the fame she brought to her native Canada would never have been if a Catholic priest had not convinced her mother not to abort Celine in 1967.
And it’s likely that her fierce devotion to her husband and family was learned from her mother who gave her life and the example of loving sacrifice.
While most celebrities are openly pro-abortion, there are some who are, believe it or not, pro-life. Celebrities like Tim Tebow, Jim Caviezel, Jack Nicholson, and Patricia Heaton have been outspoken in their defense of life.
But another open pro-lifer is actor Kelsey Grammer. He’s appeared in major blockbusters, like the X-Men series, but is perhaps most well known for his role as Frasier Crane. And he was spotted at this year’s March for Life.
(LifeSiteNews) Jessica Smith had always thought of herself as a seasoned pro-lifer. But the 29-year-old married mother was totally unprepared for the shock she was to receive after miscarrying her 5th child at 13 weeks and being asked by the doctor if she wanted to see and hold the remains.