It is a great year to be celebrating, but we also recognize that we have an awful lot of work to do. Part of the problem for us is we need to change the law. Legal victories and political victories only go so far. What we really need to do, and what we’ve been working at, is to transform the culture. Change hearts and minds.
Deacon John Cantirino and Denise Collins both remember the decades before the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade on June 24, 2022, when it seemed like the landmark 1973 decision was here to stay.
Brian Morel’s reason for participating in the 2023 March for Life is simple and likely no different than it would’ve been if the Supreme Court hadn’t overturned Roe v. Wade this past summer: “to defend life in its most innocent form, which is in the womb.”
The annual March for Life — protesting the Supreme Court’s decision legalizing abortion — did not skip a beat this year even though the court’s 1973 decision was overturned seven months ago
As the Biden administration and state governments look at ways to expand or restrict access to abortion after the U.S. Supreme Court’s Dobbs ruling, Pope Francis prayed that God would strengthen people’s commitment to protecting human life at every stage.
Celebrating a Mass for the first National Prayer Vigil for Life in a post-Roe v. Wade nation, a senior U.S. clergyman offered a message of gratitude for the efforts of pro-life advocates over the years but also a reminder of the tall task ahead.