Pro-life Sacrifice

Most of us have heard, read, or seen on a bumper sticker Mother Teresa’s profound statement, “It is a poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish.” The statement serves as a powerful reminder that the choices expectant mothers, fathers, and abortion providers make are choices between…

Rocker Stands Firm for Life

By Matt Hisrich WASHINGTON, DC – It’s not often that the terms “hard-rock music” and “pro-life activism” are spoken in the same sentence — unless the topic of discussion is the lead singer of one of the world’s biggest-selling bands. Gary Cherone, whose soaring vocals stand out even against the earsplitting crunch of Van Halen,…

Three-Month Pro-Life Walk Ends at Supreme Court

By Jose A. Carnevali This is the first time 22-year old Ben DeYoung has walked 3,000 miles with Crossroads, a student pro-life, educational organization directed and operated by students at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio. Thirty participants, in two groups, arrived in Washington Aug. 14 after a three-month walk from Los Angeles and San…

Spreading the pro-life message on campus

By Mary Meehan While most college students are spending their summers in more conventional pursuits, about two dozen are walking across the country in witness to their pro-life convictions. As they hike from California to Washington, D.C., they do educational work through radio and television appearances and talks to parish and youth groups. For lodging…

Youth Begin 5th Annual Pro-Life Trek Across U.S.

WASHINGTON, DC – A group of college students began their fifth annual walk across America on Monday to raise awareness of the pro-life cause, and added a separate second group of walkers for the first time. Crossroads, a pro-life student organization based in Steubenville, Ohio, organized the walks that begin in San Francisco and Los…