A group of pro-life lawmakers push for an end to animal-human hybrids – we speak with Catholic Senator Mike Braun of Indiana to hear his efforts to ban chimera research and dive into its ethical concerns with Dr. David Prentice of the Charlotte Lozier Institute… and much more!
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: Senator Steve Daines of Montana, Chair of the Senate Pro-Life Caucus, won his competitive reelection race and joins us to discuss the important role of the Senate moving forward. We speak with Prudence Robertson of the Susan B. Anthony List for continued pro-life analysis of the election results, including the major consequences the upcoming two Georgia Senate runoffs could have for the pro-life movement… and much more!
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: As the 2020 presidential election nears a resolution, we take a look at what the results so far mean for the immediate future of the pro-life movement with Susan B. Anthony List’s Mallory Quigley and National Review’s Ramesh Ponnuru… and much more!
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: With Election Day around the corner, we’re joined by Archbishop Joseph Naumann – the Chairman of the USCCB’s Committee on Pro-Life Activities – who answers why abortion is a preeminent priority for Catholics… and much more!
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: Amy Coney Barrett inches closer to becoming a Supreme Court Justice as the Senate prepares for a full vote on her confirmation – we speak with Senator Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) of the Senate Judiciary Committee and are joined by Charlotte Lozier Institute president Chuck Donovan on what Barrett’s confirmation would mean for the pro-life movement… and much more!
In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: How are dual national crises—the coronavirus pandemic as well as the death of George Floyd and its aftermath—affecting the front lines of the pro-life movement: pregnant women and the work of pregnancy care centers? We ask Jor-El Godsey, president of Heartbeat International, and Tessa Longbons, a research associate with the Charlotte Lozier Institute… and much more!