The vigil will memorialize the children who were victims of the Roe decision.
There can be no doubt that the Pro-Life movement is winning the long battle to end abortion.
Monday’s order from the Supreme Court prompted the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit to lift injunctions on several other laws.
Celebrating this victory will renew and strengthen us to move forward to the ultimate victory of full protection for these children.
We must continue the fight until all unborn children in the womb are protected.
Now the work begins to ensure that our patients—including the preborn—are protected from the barbaric methods of abortion in all 50 states.
Today marks the greatest opportunity in 50 years to protect women, unborn children and future generations.
This will be the church’s finest hour.
Now is the time to begin the work of building a post-Roe America.
Overturning Roe was every bit as important as it was to rid our beautiful country of the institution of slavery.
For all who value the sanctity of human life, today marks a monumental day in our efforts to protect the unborn.
Roe is dead.
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Any attempt by the current pro-abortion administration to undermine the Dobbs decision must be aggressively resisted.
This ruling makes us proud to be Catholic.
May God be praised for His faithfulness in seeing the hand of protection once again extended to the life of every unborn child in the womb.
Millions of Americans have spent half a century praying, marching, and working toward today’s historic victories for the rule of law and for innocent life.
The pro-life/human rights community will never rest or be silent until abortion is unthinkable and ends up on the scrapheap of history like chattel slavery and segregation.
“I’m happy for the babies who will be spared a brutal death. Thank you to the Supreme Court for protecting infant life.”
The vice president is wrong.
Once the Supreme Court stops propping up the Sexual Revolution with so-called rights invented out of thin air, a lot of “settled issues” will be unsettled.
The next opinion issuance day has not yet been scheduled on the Supreme Court’s calendar.
Pew deserves high marks for its methodology. Its interpretation of its own data, however, reveals a bias.
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