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Iowa Pro-Life Organization
Iowans for LIFE is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting human life by informing, educating, and inspiring society to value the sanctity of all human life from its conception to natural death.
Our mandate is to defend the gift of life from conception until natural death.
The battle against the throw away culture of death is being won. Slowly but surely hearts and minds are changing, and as a result, 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 still needs to be done to protect the sanctity of all human life.
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LA archbishop rips the seamless garment: Abortion and euthanasia ‘stand alone’ among today’s injustices in US
By: Claire Chretien LOS ANGELES, June 7, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – Archbishop José Gomez tore apart the “seamless garment” argument that intrinsic evils and social ills are morally equivalent in the Los Angeles archdiocesan newspaper June 3. Advocates of the “seamless garment” approach to moral issues and social justice, promoted by…Read More
By: Emily Derois (LifeSiteNews.com) Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece Alveda King is spreading the pro-life message to students across North America. Last week, the pro-life activist spoke to Canadian students at Bishop Macdonell Catholic High School on human rights, including rights of the unborn child. Alveda King was staying in…Read More
Don't be fooled by Planned Parenthood's disinformation. Click on the graphic below for the truth.
Assisted suicide has become the new way for some insurance companies to save money. Dr. Callister explains how.
Watch the pro-life short film that is changing hearts and minds.
Director Maggie Dewitte giving the keynote speech at the Walk for Life in Dubuque in Jan. 2016
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"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