One of the great things about the internet is that you can find all kinds of wonderful sites for life. Here are some of my favorites:
1 ~ Priests for Life
This site offers a wealth of information and support, and is actually a family of ministries, including prayer campaigns, Hispanic and African American support ministries. Here is how they describe themselves:
On one level, as described below, Priests for Life refers to a very specific effort to galvanize the clergy to preach, teach, and mobilize their people more effectively in the effort to end abortion and euthanasia.
On another level, Priests for Life represents a family of ministries that reach and enrich every aspect of the pro-life movement, for clergy and laity alike, in a wide variety of activities. This has come to pass precisely because priests are not ordained for themselves, but for the people.So in activating clergy, we are activating all the segments of the Church, the pro-life movement, and the wider society in the defense of life.
We refer to this wider family of ministries as Gospel of Life Ministries, to indicate that what unites them all is the Gospel of Life, the good news that life is victorious over death!
So whether you are clergy or laity, young or old, active or inactive, and whatever your religious or ethnic background, you're in the right place if you want to do something to restore protection to the most vulnerable members of the human family!
This is an extensive website with a lot of information about legislation issues (past and current) and offers many links to other organizations.
Worldwide services for pregnancy centers, adoption options.....
4 ~ Teens for Life
Oh how I love to see teenagers for life! This website is fresh and informative... A great place for teens and their parents to go TOGETHER to make a stand for life. A place for poetry, activism. A place for teens to find their voices. All rising for life. Beautiful.
And finally, what about the women and men who are suffering from the choice that they made to have an abortion? Here is a place that offers healing and reconciliation: