As Roe v. Wade turns 49 this month, the Supreme Court may soon overturn or significantly modify its abortion precedents, restoring the American people’s power to protect unborn children and their mothers in the law. This is a dream decades in the making—but even an unequivocal win will represent the start, not the end, of the pro-life movement’s work to rebuild a culture of life.
I’d begun to really see the real damage of not having women speaking out on this issue. And I knew that there were large percentages of women that shared my view as a convert to [the pro-life movement], who were not politically engaged. And that’s why it grew.
In what is Catherine Hadro’s last show as host of EWTN Pro-Life Weekly, she is joined in-studio by the founder of the Congressional Pro-Life Caucus, Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ), and Susan B. Anthony List’s Mallory Quigley to reflect on the past five years of the show and the pro-life movement… and much more!
“Fear not.” Even the bravest and best of us needs to hear that age-old message sometimes, whether it’s a woman unexpectedly pregnant, a new father grappling with big responsibilities, or the common people of a nation facing a pivotal decision. Right now, those are my words of encouragement to our pro-life Republican friends, who may have dreamed but not expected that the end of abortion could come so soon.
There’s a push in the Senate to end the filibuster and codify Roe v. Wade – Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS) reacts and tells us how she’s working to protect the unborn… and much more!
Marjorie Dannenfelser, the president of the Susan B. Anthony List, is preparing for new abortion laws to pass in at least thirty states.