Evangelizing to the New Faces of Mozambique

No Abortion Since Colonial Times…until 2014 Word reached HLI in July, 2007 that the parliament of Mozambique had very quietly introduced an abortion bill. Before becoming law, the bill still required a presidential signature to legalize death to the unborn. Though abortion had been illegal since colonial times, pro-abortionists called for unlimited abortion through 12 . . . Read more

HLI Making Pro-Life Connections with the Church in Mozambique

My mission trip to Mozambique earlier in October along with Emil Hagamu, Human Life International Regional Director for English-speaking Africa, was the result of networking done by Emil in previous travels where he spoke with various individuals of the Archdiocese of Maputo, the country’s capital. Because his knowledge of the Portuguese language is still somewhat . . . Read more