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PLI Built Community of Pro-Life Leaders

PULSE Leadership Institute 2018 was a success, with 65 students and chaperones together working to build a community of pro-life leadership and fellowship! The week kicked off with discussing pro-life culture, students becoming familiar with their small groups and the staff through highly interactive games, and participating in a thorough session about the psychological and…

Abbeville Teen Wins National Oratory Contest

Henry Nguyen, a recent graduate of Vermilion Catholic High School, was the first-place winner in the National Right to Life Jane B. Thompson Oratory Contest, held during the National Right to Life Convention last week  in Overland Park, KS. Henry represented Louisiana in the national contest after having won the state oratory contest in May….

Woman Shares Her ‘Almost’ Abortion Story on Facebook

Seven years ago Amy Blackwell drove an hour and a half from her home to an abortion clinic in Shreveport planning to abort her child. She saw “a little old man” on the sidewalk praying for her, and ducked into the center when he turned away. She said she was in a bad place in…

Pro-Life Leaders Respond to Announcement of Justice Kennedy’s Retirement

Today, National Right to Life and Louisiana Right to Life responded to the announcement that Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy will retire from the U.S. Supreme Court effective July 31. Carol Tobias, President of National Right to Life, said: “All too often, our efforts to protect unborn children and other vulnerable humans have been overridden by…

Join Us for Dinner in New Orleans East

Join us at the upcoming NOLA East Dinner for Life for an evening of food, music and fellowship and learn how you can help protect life in New Orleans East! The dinner is scheduled for Saturday, July 28 from 5:30-7 p.m. at St. Maria Goretti Parish Hall, 7300 Crowder Blvd., New Orleans. Dinner will be provided…