Mary, Charlie, and the Babies

A Modern Sarah

By Janan Terpstra She arrived at our front door holding only a few trash bags filled with her clothes and toiletries. She was 19 at the time—very beautiful with large brown eyes and gorgeous olive skin. She was also eight months pregnant and homeless. I wanted to throw my arms around her and promise that […]


Baby Tinslee Will Not Be Denied Life Support, For Now

Fredericksburg, VA (December 13, 2019) – American Life League president Judie Brown issued the following statement today following the court ruling to keep Baby Tinslee Lewis on life support: Baby Tinslee will not be denied life support, judge rules.  And while the hospital is arguing that nothing good will come of keeping Tinslee on life […]

Pro-Life This Week – December 13, 2019

Week in Review – KY Ultrasound Law Upheld; Planned Parenthood Infiltrates LA High Schools; Baby Tinslee Allowed to Live On Monday, December 9, the Supreme Court upheld a pro-life law in the state of Kentucky. The law requires doctors to show mothers ultrasound images and play the heartbeat prior to aborting their child.  According to Townhall, […]

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

By Judie Brown When I read the news reports about why the beatification of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen had been put on hold, it disturbed me more than words can say. The nuanced announcements were many, but the one that sums it up best is this: “It has now been revealed that the inexplicable delaying […]

Questions and Answers Regarding Assisted Nutrition and Hydration

Judie Brown Reacts to Paglia’s Support for Assisted Suicide

Fredericksburg, VA (December 12, 2019) – American Life League president, Judie Brown, issued the following statement today following Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia’s recent comments on assisted suicide:  We have learned that “Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, said Tuesday that he would be willing to hold the hand of someone dying from assisted […]

What I Don’t Want for Christmas

By Sally Sullivan, concerned American citizen and anti-euthanasia activist While Congress and the media are focused on impeachment, the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee is poised to move a palliative care bill forward. Ironically, palliative care is using Google-funded algorithms to target people for healthcare decisions to forgo lifesaving treatment. Just when you […]