Kermit Gosnell Found Guilty of Murdering Three Babies

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 13, 2013 – CONTACT: Adam Cassandra 540-622-5230 – – FRONT ROYAL, Virginia – Human Life International Vice President for Missions Father Peter West offered the following comments upon hearing the news that Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell was found guilty today of murdering three babies born alive in his abortion…

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HLI’s Monsignor Barreiro Receives “Award for Life”

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 13, 2013 – CONTACT: Adam Cassandra 540-622-5230 – – FRONT ROYAL, Virginia – Human Life International Rome Office Executive Director Monsignor Ignacio Barreiro-Carámbula was honored for his lifetime of distinguished service defending and promoting a Culture of Life by organizers of the March for Life in Italy on Saturday,…

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HLI Grants the Cardinal von Galen Award to Bishop Juan Antonio Reig Pla

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 18, 2013 – CONTACT: Adam Cassandra 540-622-5230 – – FRONT ROYAL, Virginia – The Most Reverend Juan Antonio Reig Pla of the Diocese of Alcalá de Henares, Spain was awarded Human Life International’s Cardinal von Galen Award this past weekend for his courageous defense of life and family. Human…

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Benedict XVI’s Legacy of Defending Marriage, and “Frozen Babies”

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Pope Benedict XVI will be remembered for his strong defense of marriage during his pontificate and his stance against freezing human embryos according to Human Life International (HLI) Rome Office Director Monsignor Ignacio Barreiro and HLI Director of International Coordination Joseph Meaney in a recent interview with EWTN/Catholic News Agency. “He defended marriage as between…

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Vandals Use Feces to Plaster Images of Savita Halappanavar on Irish Pro-Life Office

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The Irish pro-life organization Youth Defence sent out a press release Friday morning detailing a “grotesque and vile” attack on their office. Late Tuesday night, vandals plastered newspaper clippings about the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar around the outside of the building using excrement. Youth Defence says large amounts of excrement were spread on the…

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“He is Living Because of You”: Urging the Choice of Life


Standing outside of an abortion clinic is not a pleasant experience. No matter how many friends or family members are there praying and helping to counsel women close by, the thought of innocent lives being ended in the building right behind you is inescapable. Sometimes it can seem like no one is even listening, and…

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Lawmakers: If You Don’t Want to be Gay, Too Bad

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The push by Democrat lawmakers to discriminate against people seeking help to leave homosexual lifestyles just went national. Their message: If you don’t want to be gay anymore, well that’s just too bad. In another example of lawmakers actually creating an environment of intolerance while trying to legislate tolerance, Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) introduced a…

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Student-Athlete with Down Syndrome Becomes State Champion


Student-athlete Eric Dompierre is a state champion football player, winner of Sports Illustrated’s “Underdogs” contest and an all-around inspirational young man. And he has Down syndrome. Eric, who attends Ishpeming High School in the Upper Peninsula (U.P.) of Michigan and is a kicker for the school’s varsity football team, wasn’t sure if the state of…

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