The New York Times has noticed what it called a “reincarnation” of the prolife movement. Susan Tyrell says it is less of a reincarnation, and more a case of Lifting the Veil: What the Abortion Industry Doesn’t Want You to Realize.
A teenaged mother was rescued from an abortion facility thanks to text messaging. She has since given birth to her precious son. Story here.
In this case, it is reported that neither the baby’s mother or father wanted an abortion. The young woman was hauled against her will to the abortion facility by her own mother (the baby’s maternal grandmother). The baby’s paternal grandmother sent out a call for help, and a sidewalk counselor pulled off the save.
As they explain in the article, by using texting instead of a voice call, the counselor and trapped mother were able to communicate privately. The counselor sent encouragement, and also a picture of a preborn baby the same age as the one in mortal danger.
My thanks to the The Catholic Diocese of North Dakota, for opening a prayer center next to the state’s lone abortion business.
A crisis pregnancy center that escaped tornado damage is providing supplies and other help to families in Joplin. They could use more baby supplies, or money to buy supplies.
… Caring for the elderly: finite resources or infinite love?, by Joyce Coronel.
Wesley J. Smith looks at the problem of doctors who give up before the patient does.
… including the news that news media did not ignore this year’s March for Life.
My thanks to all the people who made the March such an upbeat, and notable, event.