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March with us in January

Is this your year to join us in Washington, D.C., for the national March for Life?

You can already reserve your spot for the Jan. 27, 2017, trip.

If Washington's not on your list for January, you can catch a ride on Pro-Life Wisconsin buses from 10 different stops for the March for Life Chicago, Jan. 15, 2017.

It seems early to be thinking about the marches, but they'll come fast once the holiday season is upon us.

Check our March page to find registration forms and more information.

God bless,
Pro-Life Wisconsin staff

40 Days for Life starts Wednesday

40 Days for Life is the international campaign that puts prayer vigil warriors on the sidewalks and rights-of-way outside abortion facilities.

If you haven't signed up for a prayer vigil time, find an open spot at a facility near you.

This year's 40 Days for Life will have campaigns in all 50 states - a first for the organization.

40 Days for Life leaders are visiting each state to visit with vigil holders and have a rally. Find more about the Wisconsin events here.

If you can't attend a vigil outside an abortion facility, please align your hearts and prayers with those who are out there. Your prayers are important, too.

Pro-Life News

POLAND: The lower house of Parliament voted Friday to reject a "Save Women" bill proposing abortion on demand and continue the legislative process on a "Stop Abortion" measure that could result in a total ban on abortion in Poland. PLW: Strong support for eliminating abortion in countries like Poland show that it's possible in the United States.

BABY BODY PARTS: The House Select Panel on Infant Lives has voted to hold StemExpress in contempt of Congress for stonewalling its investigation into the harvesting and sale of aborted babies’ body parts. PLW: StemExpress' noncompliance with congressional subpoenas is a strong indication of their violation of federal laws against selling human organs.

CONTRACEPTION: Bayer just received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for a new contraceptive device called Kyleena, which is designed to prevent pregnancy for up to five years. PLW: Bayer, which sponsors World Contraception Day today, is still in legal trouble over Essure, another contraceptive device.

SURVIVOR: A woman who survived a saline abortion procedure told Congress this morning about her amazing story of beating death. PLW: What began as a woman's "choice," legal abortion quickly developed into infanticide.

PENCE: “I speak on behalf of my wife and I, I would tell you there is no more important cause to the Pences than the cause of life." PLW: Mike Pence's strong pro-life statements, backed by his leadership and solid voting record in Congress, have increased pro-lifers confidence in a Trump presidency.

ABORTED BABIES: Current rules allow aborted baby remains, as with other medical tissue, to be ground up and discharged into a sewer system. PLW: We applaud the proposed Texas rule requiring the cremation or burial of miscarried and aborted babies and encourage the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to do the same.

CLINTON: "Our children deserve the best possible start in life." PLW: For Hillary Clinton and the pro-abortion movement, preborn human beings are not "children" worthy of protection and love.

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The Life Chain is Oct. 2. Peaceful vigils are held around the state. Information is on the website, by clicking "Wisconsin" in the left panel.


Prayer Day to Close Madison Planned Parenthood, will bring the statue of Our Lady of Fatima and a Eucharistic procession to the Madison Planned Parenthood. Held Sept. 29, events start at 3 p.m. in front of the Planned Parenthood on Orin Road.

The Power of Mercy, Saturday Oct. 8 at 8:30 a.m., is a conference on women's equality issues. The conference is in Rosemont, Illinois, 5555 N. River Road. See more at here.

Father Matthew Widder will speak on "Mary, Our Mother of Mercy," Tuesday, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. at St. Mary Church, 9520 W. Forest Home Avenue, Hales Corners. Contact Eva for more information, (414) 429-6245.

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Pro-Life Wisconsin welcomes conservative pro-life blogger Matt Walsh at the Love for Life Gala Oct. 22.


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