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Rain Can’t Stop Bowties for Babies Fun!

Heavy storms rolled through Baton Rouge on Thursday, May 9, but not even flooded streets could keep a large group of supporters away from the seventh annual Bowties for Babies: A Southern Style Soiree for Life at the Capitol Park Museum. The annual event featured music by the Big Easy Jazz Band, food by Bonanno’s…

Pope John Paul High Student Wins St. Tammany Scholarship

St. Tammany Right to Life recently presented the 2019 Pro-life Youth Leadership scholarship to Claire Worchel, a graduate of Pope John Paul High School in Slidell. Claire received a $500 scholarship as well as a crystal flame statue award. This is the second year a scholarship has been presented by the organization. To be eligible…

Shreveport Teen Wins State Oratory Contest

On May 4, Louisiana Right to Life Youth Programs Director Mia Bordlee hosted the 2019 Louisiana State Oratory Contest. Three passionate and articulate students, having already won their regional competitions, competed for the state title and an opportunity to advance to the National Oratory Contest. The students gathered from around the state at the Knights…

Pro-Life Women’s Conference Coming to New Orleans

Did you see the movie Unplanned? That incredible pro-life conversion of former Planned Parenthood Director Abbey Johnson led to her founding of And Then There Were None, an organization that helps abortion workers leave the industry, and led to that group’s beautiful, empowering conference, the Pro-Life Women’s Conference. This year, the conference is coming to…

Next Acadiana Pro-Life Luncheon Scheduled for May 29

The date for the next Acadiana Right to Life Pro-Life Luncheon has been set. The event will take place Wednesday, May 29, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Abacus Restaurant, 530 W. Pinhook Road, Lafayette. Dustin Bertrand, Louisiana Right to Life’s new Acadiana Youth Outreach Director, will be the guest speaker. Dustin is president…