weekend question 2Pro-life vigils are numerous these days in Ireland, where the abortion-free haven is in danger of legalizing the murder of its wee preborn bairns.

After observing a June 8 vigil in Dublin, Irish Times columnist Ann Marie Hourihane observed:

The ostensible shift of emphasis to caring for, rather than castigating, the unmarried pregnant girl has created a strange anti-abortion world.

This would be considered “strange” only if one had bought the lie that pro-lifers care only for babies, not mothers.

But it is true that pro-lifers have done a better job showing their concern for women in recent years.

How else has the pro-life movement improved over the course of time? What strategies and messaging have we improved?

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