Generations for Life Guest Bloggers
In addition to the Generations for Life staff members, several students from around the country offer their own thoughts on the GFL blog regarding abortion and other life issues, pro-life club news, and current local and national pro-life events.
Please Note: The views expressed by guest bloggers are their own and do not necessarily reflect the position of Generations for Life or our parent organization, the Pro-Life Action League.
Ava lives in the Chicagoland area. A practicing Catholic and a “true feminist”, her interests include singing, debating, reading, biking, kayaking, and playing tennis.
Christina lives in Mossyrock, Washington, about two hours southeast of Seattle. She completed her high school studies in January 2008. Christina has been involved in pro-life work since she was three years old, and has been actively involved in various local pro-life activities since 2000.
Christina is part of a pro-life club based at her church, Holy Rosary Parish in Portland, Oregon.
Christine was born and raised in the western suburbs of Chicago, where she still lives with her family. She is the oldest of six children, and her two youngest siblings are adopted. She attended parochial school for K-8 grades, and then spent half of high school in the public system while taking half of her courses at home. She earned her education degree from Boston University and currently teaches sixth grade.
Christine has been involved in the pro-life movement from a young age, when her dad would take her out to pray at abortion facilities. In college, she was involved in revitalizing the Students for Life group on campus. She recently began volunteering at Woman’s Choice Services, a pregnancy resource center.
When she isn’t teaching or driving to and from her job, Christine spends most of her time running, biking, volunteering, hanging out with her family, going to Eucharistic adoration, eating and sleeping.
Elizabeth is from the Chicago area, and is currently a student at Franciscan University of Steubenville. She is a Business major with a concentration in Marketing.
Elizabeth became actively involved in pro-life work as a teenager, and continues to do so today. Her interests include Ultimate Frisbee, hip hop music, Major League Baseball, and her family.
Grant is from south-central Illinois, a product of family farming, public schooling, and a mixed-religious marriage.
He attends the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he plans to major in business management, while continuing to practice his juggling, Spanish, and Catholic faith.
He also plans to stay involved in the pro-life movement, no matter how many distractions college throws into the mix.
Kara was homeschooled from grades K-12, and is currently a student at Hawaii Community College.
Her hobbies include reading, knitting, freelance writing, poetry, photography, cake decorating, apologetics, watching movies, music, pro-life, hanging out with friends and family and singing.
Margaret is originally from the western suburbs of Chicago, and is the former president of the Apostles for Life pro-life club at Sacred Heart Parish in Lombard, Illinois.
Margaret has been involved in the pro-life movement as long as she can remember, but, she says, “I did not become a passionate member until my teen years when I started discovering for myself what it means to be pro-life.”
Molly lives in a small suburb in North Texas. She has previously attended public schools, but is currently homeschooled.
Besides pro-life activities, Molly’s hobbies include reading, creative writing, studying theology, filmmaking, and partaking in friendly debates.
Victoria is from the western suburbs of Chicago, and has been active in the pro-life movement since she was in 6th grade.
Her interests include reading, sewing, gardening, spending time with family, laughing, music, and studying the Catholic faith. She intends to pursue English literature and writing in college.
Warren lives in Skokie, Illinois, and has been involved in the pro-life movement since the summer of 2011, when he started volunteering at The Women’s Center, a pregnancy resource center in Chicago, and first participated in a Face the Truth Tour organized by Generations for Life’s parent organization, the Pro-Life Action League.
While attending public high school, Warren made himself known as the “Resident Catholic Dude” for discussions on faith and morality with people of all religious backgrounds. He currently attends the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Warren’s interests include biking and volleyball. He is hoping to pursue a career in math and statistics, while maintaining strong ties to his church and the pro-life movement.
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