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Young pro-life pilgrims wrap up rewarding summer

American Life League gratefully welcomes the return of some 50 volunteer 2005 Crusade for Life walkers, who spent the past ten weeks trekking across the United States spreading a simple, non-negotiable truth of the Catholic faith: You can’t be Catholic and pro-abortion.

ANT – OAR concerns

Altered Nuclear Transfer-Oocyte-Assisted Reprogramming (ANT-OAR) is a process by which an experimental protocol would generate presumed pluripotent cells, but presumably not human embryos for research.

Plans for Pro-life Memorial Day on October 3

nesday, December 7, 2005 – By ALL “We couldn’t be more pleased with the positive reception Pro-Life Memorial Day has gained nationwide,” said Judie Brown, president of American Life League.

ALL calls for prayer, action for Terri Schiavo

American Life League denounces the inhumane death sentence that will be imposed upon Terri Schiavo if Judge George Greer does not reverse his order to remove her feeding tube on March 18. “Judge Greer’s ruling is unconscionable,” said Judie Brown, president of American Life League.

ALL announces National Pro-life T-shirt Day

On April 26, thousands of young people across the country will participate in American Life League’s National Pro-life T-shirt Day by wearing shirts with pro-life messages to their high schools, colleges and everywhere they travel that day.