One Billion Babies Missing in 100 Years: HLI Expert Helps Launch Game-Changing International Abortion Report

FRONT ROYAL, Virginia – January 24, 2017 – Human Life International’s Dr. Brian Clowes will join several other experts on a distinguished panel to officially release the “Abortion Worldwide Report: 100 Countries, 1 Century, 1 Billion Babies.” The event, hosted by Family Research Council and Global Life Campaign, will be held tomorrow, January 25th at . . . Read more

Statement from HLI on the Death of Larry Jenkins

The entire Human Life International family today remembers Mr. Larry Jenkins — a friend, supporter, and past board member of our pro-life apostolate. We mourn with his family and loved ones, sharing their gratitude for his life — one lived with great courage and generosity, with great faith and hope. “I had the joy and . . . Read more

Advocate for Forced Abortion and Sterilization to Speak at Vatican

News has broken that Paul Ehrlich, a thoroughly discredited scientist and advocate of gross injustices against the poor, has been invited to speak at a Vatican conference in late February hosted by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences and the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences. For obvious reasons, this causes great concern to anyone who cares . . . Read more

HLI Statement on the Passing of Father Michael Scanlan

FRONT ROYAL, Virginia | January 7, 2016 | Following is a statement from Father Shenan J. Boquet, president of Human Life International, on the passing of Father Michael Scanlan, president emeritus of Franciscan University of Steubenville. Fr. Scanlan died early in the morning on January 7. “We join the many around the world today mourning . . . Read more

Congratulations, Sister Anunciata!

The missionaries, staff, and board of directors of Human Life International congratulate Sister Annunciata on her Silver Jubilee — her 60th anniversary of religious life and loving service to Our Lord and His Church!   Even at 83 years young, Sister Annunciata keeps a busy schedule as director of Right for Life India: hosting conferences, . . . Read more

Remembering Dr. Jean Garton

Statement from HLI President Father Shenan J. Boquet, on the passing of pro-life hero, Dr. Jean Garton: The entire HLI family mourns the death of the great pro-lifer, Doctor Jean Garton, who passed away on December 23. The first president of Lutherans for Life and author of the very important book Who Broke the Baby, . . . Read more

What If There Were Alternatives to Abortion?

Of course, there are alternatives to abortion. But what if they were promoted instead of the more profitable choice? What if Planned Parenthood, instead of hiding their true profit center with the offer of free pregnancy tests, something available at every crisis pregnancy center, instead offered free maternity clothes to women in need? What if, . . . Read more

HLI Statement on the US Elections

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE: November 9, 2011 CONTACT: Stephen Phelan 540-622-5270 – –   Statement from HLI President Father Shenan J. Boquet on the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States: “It appears that Donald Trump has won the presidency of the United States. While we welcome this news, we are also . . . Read more

100 years of Planned Parenthood

OCTOBER $100,000 TO FIGHT PLANNED PARENTHOOD October 16th marks a very tragic milestone in American history — the 100th anniversary of Planned Parenthood. We are commemorating this regrettable date in our history with a special fund drive. Will you please help us raise $100,000 this month for additional training resources for our missionaries? It is a very ambitious goal, but these . . . Read more

A Huge Victory for Life in Poland!

The voice of the Polish people has been heard. The “Stop Abortion” citizens’ initiative, which had received 450,000 signatures from Polish Citizens, has cleared its first hurdle in the parliamentary process this morning by a very wide margin. The “Stop Abortion” proposal was one of three citizens initiatives—proposals that receive over 100,000 signatures—considered by the . . . Read more