‘Unplanned’ movie inspires nationwide candlelight vigils outside Planned Parenthood facilities

Apr 12, 2019 by

from LifeSite: On April 13, candlelight vigils will be held outside the Planned Parenthood facilities all across the United States, with thousands of pro-life advocates expected to participate. The vigils were inspired by the chilling look inside the abortion industry in the recently released movie Unplanned, which tells the story of Abby Johnson. Johnson left her position as the manager of a Planned Parenthood facility in Bryan, Texas, after participating in an ultrasound-guided abortion, and...

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UK Govt gives £42 Million to Marie Stopes and IPPF for overseas abortions

Apr 10, 2019 by

from SPUC: “The UK has been a world leader in this area and will proudly continue to be one.” International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt yesterday announced a £42 million programme to look at the “neglected issue” of safe abortion in developing countries. Ms Mordaunt unveiled the new UK spending during a speech at Canada House about the UK’s leadership with Canada on gender equality. Millions for abortion giants The speech was couched in the language of “Comprehensive Sexual...

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Penny Mordaunt says UK will defend abortion rights amid global pushback

Apr 10, 2019 by

by Liz Ford, Guardian. Britain’s international development secretary has promised to stand firm in her support for abortion rights in the face of growing opposition. Speaking at an event hosted by the Canadian embassy on Monday, Penny Mordaunt said: “Leadership means not shying away from issues like safe abortion when the evidence shows us these services will save women’s lives.” Mordaunt praised the UK’s growing partnership with the Canadian government and in a response to efforts by some...

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Pro-Life welfare is a bad idea

Apr 8, 2019 by

by David Talcott, Public Discourse. Abortion is one of our nation’s saddest realities, so it is always welcome to see new proposals for how we can care for “the least of these” in our midst. However, Lenny Glynn’s recent proposal in First Things for a pro-natal compromise bill is misguided and would have unintended consequences that would further erode the foundations of the family. Glynn proposes a hypothetical “Women’s Right to Choose Act” that would “draw on policies suggested by both...

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LifeFest: March for Life details announced

Apr 7, 2019 by

March for Life / LifeFest UK:  Saturday 11th May 2019. ‘LifeFest’ Morning events at the Emmanuel Centre and Westminster Church House from 9.30am-1pm. March for Life starts in Great Smith Street at 2pm. 5 Things you can do to help March for Life: 1) Could you pray for our work? It seems there is so much to pray for in our world, our country, in our own personal lives, but could you just take a couple of minutes extra to add our work to your prayers? If all our supporters did this then I’m sure...

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‘Unplanned’ makes twice the expected box office sales despite social media censorship

Apr 2, 2019 by

by Michael Gryboski, Christian Post: The pro-life movie “Unplanned” earned double the box office sales expected for its opening weekend, even while dealing with apparent censorship on social media. Based on the life of Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood clinic worker turned anti-abortion activist, the movie raked in approximately $6.1 million over the weekend. This was twice the expected ticket sales, and makes “Unplanned” the third biggest opening weekend film by Pure Flix, behind...

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