Entries Tagged ‘pro-life movement’

Stanek wkend Q: Is San Antonio’s new mega-abortion center the pro-life movement’s fault?

sanantonioIn response to my October 21 post, “Pro-life activists infiltrate Planned Parenthood mega-abortion center under construction,” Abolish Human Abortion has written a “we told you so”:

We are not bragging about this or simply saying we told you so. But the fact of the matter is this, these big state of the art killing centers that Planned Parenthood is building all over the country are the unintentional (yet iniquitous) fruit of the pro-life movement.

Stanek weekend Q: Why is it always the pro-life movement that is told to take on other issues?

climate change pro-life movement

The title of the September 8 USA Today column was a bit misleading.

Author Tom Krattenmaker’s focus was urging pro-life Christians to become involved in the effort to sustain water, the growing scarcity of which, he claimed, is becoming a worldwide problem:

“It’s not just Hobby Lobby: the pro-life movement is winning”

Monday’s Hobby Lobby decision is part of a deeper trend: even as Obamacare worked to expand access to contraceptives, decisions by both the courts and state governments have left American women with less access to reproductive health care than they did four years ago. Since 2010, states have moved aggressively to restrict access to abortion […]

Stanek weekend question: How has the pro-life movement changed for the better?

Pro-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 […]

Stanek weekend question I: What’s the most important thing you’ve learned?

I was interviewed yesterday by nursing student Nykia, who at the end of our conversation asked me a question that really made me think: “What is the most important thing you’ve learned since becoming involved in the pro-life movement?” What would your answer be? Abortion proponents are also invited to respond. Just change “pro-life” to […]

No exceptions on abortion, because “children are not a punishment”

I used to be one of those “with exceptions” kinda people. I thought not making exceptions for cases of rape was wrong, (because at the time, my argument was primarily the consequences aspect of a willful action) and that NOT allowing for those exceptions was working against us as Pro-Lifers.

Abortion pictures rile members of pro-choice church

Abortion pictures are not pleasant to view, particularly on one’s way to Sunday morning worship service at a pro-choice church.

For the past several weeks Todd Bullis has taken his Church Project to the Custer Road United Methodist Church in Plano, Texas.

Showing the reality of abortion through abortion pictures, Todd and his team have made it their mission to educate church goers that the place where they worship condones this heinous act against God, in whose image we are made.

Stanek weekend question I: Is it true the pro-life movement is “clearly really well organized”?

Written by Sparky at The Abortioneers blog this week: The anti-abortion movement is clearly really well organized. They have created websites that list abortion providers names and addresses, they terrorize suppliers, and physicians who have any professional relationships with abortion providers even if they aren’t providing. Its really sick. They have successfully infiltrated the department […]


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Jill Stanek is a nurse turned speaker, columnist and blogger, a national figure in the effort to protect both preborn and postborn innocent human life.

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