Human Embryos are Protected Under Louisiana Law

New Orleans – Earlier this week, the Alabama Supreme Court affirmed that a human embryo can be considered an “unborn child” under Alabama state law. The decision follows a wrongful death lawsuit brought by three families in Alabama whose embryos were accidentally destroyed at an Alabama medical facility.  The Executive Director of Louisiana Right to Life,…

Video: Sen. Kennedy Responds to President Biden’s Attempt to Strip Pregnancy Center Funding

In an interview with EWTN Nightly News, Sen. Kennedy responds to President Biden’s attempt to strip pro-life pregnancy center funding late last year. The Louisiana Congressman explains that a bill has been introduced by Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina called the Supporting Pregnant and Parenting Women and Families Act that would protect their funding. Sen….

Life Marches Across Louisiana Garner Thousands Despite Inclement Weather

Our Louisiana Life Marches across the state garnered thousands of pro-life citizens in Baton Rouge, Shreveport, Cenla, Lake Charles and Monroe despite inclement weather at all five locations. At our flagship March in Baton Rouge, we heard from Attorney General Liz Murrill, Louisiana Right to Life Director of Education Alex Seghers, and Black Advocates for…

New Pregnancy Center to Serve Washington Parish and Surrounding Areas

  Bogalusa- Today at 10 AM, the Southeast Louisiana Pregnancy Center for Women and Children located in Bogalusa will hold its grand opening.  The new center will serve women and children in Washington Parish and the surrounding region. The center is located at 502 Avenue F Bogalusa, LA 70427. The Chairman of the Board of Directors of…

LA College Students attend Geaux Forth, March for Life 2024

Harlee Barbier, our College Director, had the opportunity to travel to Washington DC for the annual DC College Trip. Alongside Harlee were twelve college students. These students attend schools all over the state, Louisiana State University, Southeastern Louisiana University, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, University of New Orleans and Tulane University. On Thursday, college students…