Shootings in Milwaukee, national pushes for increased access to abortion, children choosing to end their own lives.
Pro-Life Wisconsin is holding fast to our core mission - protecting the inalienable right to life of all citizens.
That means we're working hard every day, in every conversation to spread love and life.
We hope, someday, that our jobs won't be necessary because the sanctity of human life will be recognized by everyone.
But what can you do? It's easy to stay isolated - these tragedies aren't happening on your street to your family to your community.
Except, they are. They're happening in our state, in our country, in our world.
We're neighbors. And we're called to help one another.
Consider giving your time (pray outside an abortion facility or visit patients in hospice) or your treasure (donate money or goods to a pro-life clinic in your area or to Pro-Life Wisconsin to continue our life-saving work).
The least you can do is pray for those building a culture of life.
"Never worry about numbers.
Help one person at a time,
and always start
with the person nearest you."
-Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
Pro-Life Minute 81 - Expose Mayo
Pro-lifers in La Crosse were out last week, alerting passers-by about the abortionist working at the Franciscan Skemp Medical Center.
Learn more about the volunteers in La Crosse, go here.
Candidates on life
The Political Insider: Pence: “I’m pro-life. I don’t apologize for it.”
The Associated Press: In the House, Democrats have introduced a bill that would nullify the Hyde Amendment and require the federal government to ensure abortion coverage in public health insurance programs, including Medicaid.
ACLJ: What does being pro-life mean to you? Does it mean trusting God and the science that backs up the beginning of human life?
American Progress: Thisinfographicshows how Wisconsin and a few other states are leading the way in reducing abortions by educating women.
She Knows: We do not heckle or insult women who come to the clinic (as we stand outside to pray). We let them know in a non-threatening manner that if they wish to speak to us or pray with us or need our help to move forward in their lives, that we are there for them... literally.
Ask your employer if they match charitable contributions.
Your dollars could have twice the impact!
Pro-Life Wisconsin-Washburn County holds a Rosary for life at St. Francis de Sales Church, 409 N. Summit St., Spooner, at 12:15 p.m. on the third Tuesday of the month. For information, call Samantha (715) 416-1710.