Mission Report June 2017

Dear Pro-Life Friend in Christ, In this month’s issue of Mission Report, we have two reports from Africa, each discussing the battle with promoters of the Culture of Death and how to counter these destructive forces. First, we hear from George Wirnkar, HLI Regional Director of French-Speaking Africa. George reports on a mission trip he . . . Read more

Epiphany and the Pro-Life Movement

When they had heard the king they went their way; and lo, the star which they had seen in the East went before them, till it came to rest over the place where the child was. When they saw the star, they rejoiced exceedingly with great joy; and going into the house they saw the . . . Read more

HLI President: Promoting Condoms as Solution to AIDS in Africa “Scandal of Immense Proportions”

Human Life International President Father Shenan J. Boquet sent the following message today to HLI Nigeria, the Seminarians for Life of Pope John Paul Major Seminary Awka, university students and all participants of the upcoming March for Life in Nigeria on December 1, 2011 organized by HLI Nigeria to mark the occasion of World AIDS . . . Read more

Same-Sex Marriage “Dead Upon Arrival” in Ghana

Any bill legitimizing same-sex “marriage” will be “dead upon arrival” in Ghana’s legislature according to Catherine Afeku, a member of Ghana’s Parliament. Her statement was in response to British Prime Minister David Cameron’s recent remarks that UK’s bilateral aid would be linked to reform of legislation banning homosexuality. “If any sector of the ministry should . . . Read more

Nigerians Stand Up to British, Support Traditional Marriage

Pro-life and pro-family supporters in Nigeria are rallying around a bill currently being considered in the Nigerian Senate that would prohibit same-sex “marriage” in Africa’s most populous country amid threats from the United Kingdom to cut aid if countries do not protect homosexual “rights.” “Human Life International Nigeria is joining forces with other pro-life organizations . . . Read more