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Iowans for LIFE is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting innocent human life by informing,  influencing,  and inspiring society to value the sanctity of human life.

Our mandate is to defend the God-given gift of life from conception until natural death.

The battle against the culture of death is being won. Slowly but surely hearts and minds are changing.

The pro-life movement is growing. We are so encouraged by the number of young people flocking to the movement.

But there is a lot of work that yet needs to be done.  JOIN US.

Our Prayer and Our Passion...

That all human life, from conception to natural death, be valued by society and protected by law.

Director Maggie Dewitte giving the keynote speech at the Walk for Life in Dubuque in Jan. 2016

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Upcoming Events

  1. Lunch & Learn

    May 25 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  2. Iowa State Fair

    August 11 @ 6:00 am - August 21 @ 10:00 pm
  3. Beaverdale Parade

    September 17 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
  4. Annual Fundraising Banquet

    October 13 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


The March for Life is an annual pro-life rally, held in Washington, D.C., around the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. The March for Life typically draws well over 500,000 attendees each year.

Educational Lunch and Learn Series


Join Us Wednesday, May 18th, 2016 from Noon to 1pm for our first Educational Lunch and Learn. Bring your lunch and join us on the rooftop of the Market One Building as Deacon Dave O' Brien speaks on "End of Life Issues and Palliative Care".

Educational Lunch and Learn Series


Join us Monday, May 25th, 2016 from Noon to 1pm. Bring your lunch and join us on the rooftop of the Market One Building for our second speaker in this series, Laura Limmex as she speaks with us on "Reaching the Abortion Wounded". 

Respect Life – Life In Poverty

By Guest | Mar 7, 2016

“Once upon a time…”, so go fairy tales. What I wish to share with you is not a fairy tale but I believe it has the best of all possible endings. So I hope you will indulge me for just a few minutes as I unfold the story of a life in poverty. Catechism of…

The Witness of Emmett Till

By Guest | Feb 26, 2016

Emmett Till. Do you know his name? Do you know this person? Have you seen his face? Perhaps… perhaps not. Until a few short years ago neither had I. But we should. Emmett Till is credited with being the pivotal person in motivating the African-American Civil Rights Movement. What did Emmett Till do to receive…

IFL speaks to St. Francis Church’s Sensational Seniors

By Mary Granzow | Jan 26, 2016

Missouri Woman Who Refused Cancer Treatment to Save Unborn Baby’s Life Dies Three Days After Daughter’s Birth

By Guest | Jan 26, 2016

A Missouri mother made the ultimate sacrifice when she decided to deliver her baby girl in the face of a serious cancer diagnosis. Cara Combs found out she had Stage 4 Melanoma when she was 23 weeks pregnant with her fourth child in November, FOX reports. Doctors advised her to have her baby immediately, but…

They Said NO: When 12 Nurses Refused to Do Abortions

By Guest | Jan 26, 2016

Nurses in a big city hospital never know what a day’s shift will bring – straightforward cases or medical miracles, major crises or minor first aid. Whatever her station, whatever the duty of the moment, a nurse tries to ready herself for anything. But some things, you just can’t see coming. It was Beryl Otieno…

Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship A Call to Political Responsibilit

By Guest | Dec 1, 2015

The Catholic bishops of the United States are pleased to offer once again to the Catholic faithful Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, our teaching document on the political responsibility of Catholics. This statement represents our guidance for Catholics in the exercise of their rights and duties as participants in our democracy. We urge our pastors,…

Abortion and Suicide

By Guest | Nov 3, 2015

– David C. Reardon, Ph.D. In the 1960’s, when abortions were available only for “therapeutic” reasons, it was not uncommon for persons with the means and know-how to obtain an abortion on psychiatric grounds. In some states, all that was necessary was to find an agreeable psychiatrist willing to diagnose every woman with a problem…

Indisputable facts of Kim Davis’s private meeting with Pope Francis

By Guest | Oct 23, 2015

By LifeSiteNews October 22, 2015 (LC) — On September 29, Inside the Vatican and Liberty Counsel both announced that Pope Francis met privately with Kim Davis on September 24. Since the announcement, there has been a wide variety of reporting ranging from some who deny any meeting occurred to others who admit a meeting occurred but that Kim Davis…

At 16, A Monster Got Her Pregnant. 77 Years Later, She Meets The Baby She Gave Up.

By Guest | Oct 20, 2015

By Barbara Diamond  In 1928, 16-year-old Minka Disbrow was on a picnic in the woods when she was assaulted and raped. Suddenly, this innocent farm girl was pregnant and terrified. The baby was secretly born, named Betty Jane, and placed for adoption. For decades, Minka wrote letters trying to receive updates on her daughter. She…

10 Democrats on Judiciary Committee Received Money from Planned Parenthood

By Guest | Sep 13, 2015

By CatholicVote FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 9, 2015 Contact: Joshua Mercer, 517-212-0419, exposes political contributions on new site CHICAGO — The House Judiciary Committee today opened investigative hearings on Planned Parenthood, but many Democrats on the Judiciary Committee have a conflict of interest, says Brian Burch, President of According to FEC…


Archbishop José H. Gomez
Archbishop José H. Gomez

"We have to call our society once more to rediscover the sanctity, the dignity and the transcendent destiny of the human person, who is created in the image of the Creator."

Archbishop Jose Gomez, Archdiocese of Los Angeles