EWTN Pro-Life Weekly Episode 130: Interview with Kristi Noem, First Female Governor of South Dakota

In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: An exclusive interview with Governor Kristi Noem, the first female governor of South Dakota, about her pro-life leadership. Susan B. Anthony List’s Marjorie Dannenfelser discusses the important role of women pro-life leaders today. Population Research Institute’s President, Steven Mosher, details the negative ongoing ramifications of the population control policy in China … and much more!

EWTN Pro-Life Weekly Episode 129: Exclusive Interview with Senator Marsha Blackburn

In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: Planned Parenthood rejects $60 million dollars of Title X funding over a pro-life policy—Susan B. Anthony List’s Mallory Quigley puts this news into perspective. Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn speaks to us from Nashville about why it’s important pro-lifers reach out to their lawmakers during the August recess… and much more!

EWTN Pro-Life Weekly Episode 128: A Look Back at Some of Our Favorite Stories

This week we look back on some of our favorite stories: A ministry that stitches up healing for families suffering miscarriage or infant loss, a group of pregnancy care centers working to protect life nearby abortion clinics, how the Sisters of Life live out their vocation to protect life, Unplanned’s red carpet Hollywood premiere, and a university program that sets out to empower students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

EWTN Pro-Life Weekly Episode 126: Debate Analysis with Mallory Quigley and Tom McClusky

In the latest episode of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly: Pro-life analysis of the latest Democratic debates with Mallory Quigley, VP of Communications for the Susan B. Anthony List, and Tom McClusky, President of March For Life Action. The federal government announced it will resume capital punishment for the first time in 16 years—Dr. Matthew Bunson, Senior Contributor for EWTN News, puts the news into Catholic context for us… and much more!