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It’s That Time of Year

—Posted by John (May 7, 2010 at 1:01 pm)

Writing

Every year around this time, we receive numerous e-mails from high school and college students across the country who are seeking information on abortion for research papers they’re working on.

We expect this number to continue to grow in the next few weeks of May—a peak time for term papers.

When we receive e-mails like these, we first recommend that students check out our Q & A section.

We also offer to mail a complimentary student packet, consisting of a wide variety of pro-life literature.

If you would like one of these free student packets for yourself or for someone else, fill out our contact form, and we’ll be happy to send you one.

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Way Down South

—Posted by John (April 16, 2010 at 2:48 pm)

rgvFor all of you in South Texas:

On Saturday, May 1st, I will be giving a series of talks at the Diocese of Brownsville’s Youth Chastity and Pro-Life Conference at St. Joan of Arc Parish in Weslaco.

The conference will also feature music, videos, Confession, Rosary, Eucharistic Adoration, and Mass celebrated by Bishop Daniel Flores.

If you live in the area, please come! You can get more information here.

It’s a tremendous honor to be a part of this conference, and I’m really looking forward to it.

***

If you’d like to have Annie or me speak to your group, contact us, and we’d be happy to talk with you.

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Your Newest Blogger!

—Posted by Elizabeth (February 13, 2010 at 12:39 pm)

Hello! My name is Elizabeth, and I’m the newest guest blogger for Generations for Life. I’ve been blessed to have been raised Catholic in an amazing family, and have always been pro-life in my beliefs.

As a teenager, I’ve come to recognize abortion as more than just a discussion topic or political viewpoint, but as the life and death situation it is. I’ve been given the opportunity to listen to speakers such as GFL’s John Jansen, and Bryan Kemper of Stand True Ministries, who have only reinforced my commitment against abortion. It was in high school that I became actively pro-life, playing a role in starting two pro-life clubs at different parishes, and regularly praying outside of local clinics.

I’m currently a student at Franciscan University of Steubenville, and between all the college activities I take part in, I strive to continue to fight for the culture of life.

I feel that my posts will probably touch on various life issues, my personal thoughts, stories and reflections, and current events. I encourage you to make any comments about my posts, and most of all, I hope you will enjoy and possibly learn from them!

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It’s That Time of Year

—Posted by John (December 1, 2009 at 2:02 pm)

Writing

Every year around this time, we receive numerous e-mails from high school and college students across the country who are seeking information on abortion for research papers they’re working on.

We expect this number to continue to grow in the next few weeks of December—a peak time for term papers.

When we receive e-mails like these, we first recommend that students check out our Q & A section.

We also offer to mail a complimentary student packet, consisting of a wide variety of pro-life literature.

If you would like one of these free student packets for yourself or for someone else, fill out our contact form, and we’ll be happy to send you one.

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Join Us at NCYC!

—Posted by John (November 16, 2009 at 11:15 am)

We’re getting ready to head to Kansas City later this week for the 2009 National Catholic Youth Conference.

We’ll be at booth 500 in the Thematic Park, and we’ll be giving away lots of pro-life literature, stickers, and Precious Feet pins.

If you’re one of the 20,000+ teens who will be there, I hope you’ll stop by and see us!

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Aloha from New Guest Blogger

—Posted by Kara (August 10, 2009 at 1:43 pm)

Aloha Everyone!

My name is Kara, age 17, and I am a home-schooled student living in Hawaii with my parents and younger brother. I’m honored to have been asked to be a guest blogger for Generations for Life! I hope to mostly contribute to issues regarding chastity, Euthanasia, and Abortion, including some of my reflections on these topics.

My hobbies include reading (when I have time!), knitting, freelance writing, poetry, photography, cake decorating, apologetics, watching movies, music (including oldies), pro-life, hanging out with friends/family and singing (which can drive my family nuts!).

I am home-schooled with Seton Home Study School, which I really enjoy since it has given me such a good grounding in my Catholic Faith. I am appreciative of my mother for teaching me since Kindergarten–it’s my last year! I hope to attend a Catholic college or Hawaii Pacific University.

At times, I won’t be posting much because I have a very demanding course load and my computer time is limited or used up with school assignments.

Thanks and God bless you all! I look forward to blogging!

Kara~

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Killing Is Not the Answer

—Posted by Annie (June 1, 2009 at 2:55 pm)

When I found out yesterday that late-term abortionist George Tiller had been shot and killed, I was shocked.

Generations for Life and our parent organization, the Pro-Life Action League, join the entire pro-life movement in condemning this act of violence. You can see our response here.

It had been more than ten years since the last shooting of an abortionist. The attacks from the pro-choice side that we pro-lifers are violent were sounding more and more false.

Now we can expect to hear these attacks again. Some pro-choice groups are already calling for President Obama to “get tough” on what they call “harassment and intimidation” at abortion facilities.

But the truth is that the kind of peaceful prayer witness, compassionate sidewalk counseling and lawful protest that the Pro-Life Action League and Generations for Life promote has NOTHING to do with violence.

The sort of person who will go out to humbly pray at an abortion clinic week after week or reach out to abortion-bound mothers with hope and love has nothing in common with someone who would turn to
violence.

What’s worse, Tiller no longer has the chance to convert and become pro-life — as some of those who worked with him over the years have done.

My dad, Joe Scheidler, actually had a couple of encounters with George Tiller. One time they even shared a cab together! You can read about that here.

I ask you to please join me in praying that the pro-life movement — which has been gaining so much ground lately — will not be set back by this horrible news.

This could be the beginning of a new wave of oppression against pro-lifers. But it could instead be a new opportunity to show our true face of compassion and peace.

That’s what we must pray for.

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New guest blogger

—Posted by Ava (May 22, 2009 at 3:38 pm)

Hi All!

The GFL staff has kindly offered to let me blog here, and I’m most grateful for the opportunity! I’ll try to keep my posts concise, informative, and interesting. To give you an inkling of an idea of what I’m like, and a picture of who I am, please do read on!

My name is Ava, and I’m an 18 year old avid pro-lifer, who has grown up in the Chicagoland area. I’m also a proud Roman Catholic papist, as well as a true feminist who loves to laugh, sing, debate, read, bike, kayak, play tennis, go resale shopping, watch movies, and munch on apples! That’s all you really need know about me, since most of my posts will be relevant to the pro-life movement, and not myself.

I’ve been pro-life since before I was born, but didn’t start becoming truly active in the prolife movement until I was about 10 years old. That year my family took me (for my first time) to the March for Life held in Washington DC. This memorable experience impacted and influenced me to be more involved in the fight against the culture of death, especially abortion.

Since then, I’ve attended numerous pro-life prayer vigils, marches, talks, conferences, abortion protests, and various prolife events, the majority of which have been coordinated and sponsored by the Pro Life Action League, to whom I’m most appreciative!

Of late, I’ve been focusing my pro-life energy and time in prayer witnessing outside of my local abortuary, and at present am educating myself on how to be an effective sidewalk counselor.

I look forward to blogging (though it’ll be sporadic at times), and will try not to be boring, as I educate myself and others on the absolute wrongfulness of abortion. God bless!

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Our Lady of Guadalupe

—Posted by Christina (December 27, 2008 at 12:12 am)

I hope that you all had a very wondeful and blessed Christmas, and that you will have a happy New Year!
I think this is a wonderful time to talk a little about Our Lady of Guadalupe, our special Patroness and Protectress!

I love Our Lady of Guadalupe! I love her because of her special patronage of the pro-life movement; because of her incredible compassion, mercy, and love for all the people so devastated by today’s tragic evils and wrongs; and I love her especially because of the real Image of herself that she left to us! How dear and beloved a Mother!

Often I find myself just looking at the Miraculous Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe for a long time, so fascinated with her! Every other image or statue of her is painted or sculptered by us, except Our Lady of Guadalupe. It must be her express wish that she be with us so specially through this Image.

When you look more closely into the visions and the Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe, it becomes very clear how very much she is truly Patroness of the pro-life movement. Perhaps everything about her can be related to the pro-life movement. (more…)

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It’s That Time of Year

—Posted by John (December 8, 2008 at 2:14 pm)

Writing

Every year around this time, we receive numerous e-mails from high school and college students across the country who are seeking information on abortion for research papers they’re working on.

We expect this number to continue to grow in the next few weeks of December—a peak time for term papers.

When we receive e-mails like these, we first recommend that students check out our Q & A section here.

We also offer to mail a complimentary student packet, consisting of a wide variety of pro-life literature.

If you would like one of these free student packets for yourself or for someone else, you can place your order here, and we’ll be happy to send you one.

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Meeting in Seattle Area!

—Posted by Annie (November 8, 2008 at 6:41 pm)

I just received this e-mail two days ago from Louisa Benitez and talked to her this evening.  She’s asking any interested woman from the Seattle, Washington area to attend a meeting this Monday.  Sorry this is so last minute, but if you can make it, please do!

My friend and I are starting a group in Washington State called CCCW – Coalition of Cool Conservative Women.

Our first meeting is this coming Monday, to regroup after the election and plan for the future. We would like to invite any interested young women to join us and begin to build upon each other’s strengths.

Plesae contact Louisa for details on the meeting:

Louisa Benitez
425-829-9288

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Reclaiming Our Generation for Life

—Posted by John (October 3, 2008 at 2:19 pm)

For all of you in Nebraska:

Next Saturday, October 11th, Annie and I will be running the teen segment of the Nebraska Catholic Conference’s pro-life convention in Lincoln. The theme of the conference is Reclaiming Our Generation for Life.

I’ll be giving a talk on how to communicate the pro-life message, and Annie will be giving talks on how to effectively use the GFL Pro-Life Curriculum, and on the importance of chastity.

In addition, I’ll be giving a talk at the adults’ conference titled “A Springtime in the Church: Forming and Activating the Next Generation”.

If you live in the area, please come! You can get more information here [PDF].

Annie and I are both really looking forward to this conference, because sharing the pro-life message is one of our favorite things to do.

If you’d like to have us speak to your group, contact us, and we’d be happy to talk with you about how to make that happen.

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Win $2000 – Students for Life of America Video Contest

—Posted by Annie (September 19, 2008 at 3:01 pm)

Recognizing the importance YouTube is playing in our culture and media, Students for Life of America is launching the first-ever pro-life video activism contest this fall.

  • First prize – $2,000
  • Second prize – $1,500
  • Third prize – $1,000
  • Honorable Mentions – $500

The pro-life videos must focus on one of the two categories: De-funding Planned Parenthood or Pro-Life Voting in the 2008 Election. (more…)

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The Pain of Abortion

—Posted by Christina (August 18, 2008 at 11:16 pm)

The pain of abortion.

The meaning of that phrase is almost incomprehensible in its immensity, in the millions upon millions of people that it covers.

You’ve most probably seen me write about how I believe that every last one of us is touched in some way, however small, by abortion. But every now and then, I really begin to think about how far-reaching the affects of even one abortion can go, and it is totally overwhelming!

And see, one of the most frightening things about the affects of abortion on us all is that, besides being just affected in some way, we are so often very painfully affected, even if we are not related to the person who was aborted! (more…)

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A Baffling Situation

—Posted by Christina (June 22, 2008 at 11:02 pm)

Recently there was this news article about some teenage girls at Gloucester High School in Massachucetts who supposedly made a “pact” to get pregnant together!

One article about this can be read here. I have not heard about anything like this before, and am surprised. I wondered what made them do this.

It’s true that there have been quite a few actresses and singers who have been having babies; perhaps the girls wanted to have babies too! I was thinking that it is beneficial to the pro-life movement to have all these actresses being so happy about their babies. But I didn’t suspect that something like this “pregnancy pact” would happen! (more…)

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