Advocating For The Dignity of Human Life From Fertilization To Natural Death

A Clash of Creeds returns THIS Saturday!

Dear Iowans for LIFE Supporter: A CLASH OF CREEDS shocked attendees at our annual banquet in October.

How could intelligent people from the 20th century embrace such discordant dogmas!

A CLASH OF CREEDS features a provocative conversation between three of the 20th century’s most dynamic women:

  • Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood;
  • Ayn Rand, author of Atlas Shrugged; and
  • St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

The conversation is moderated by none other than the irrepressible GK Chesterton, one of the 20th century’s great wits and intellects.

A Clash of Creeds is a conversation between these titans, dramatically presented in their own words.

To this day, these creeds clash in the public square, houses of worship, and even our families. These are the creeds that influenced a nation.

Get ready for rocky journey into the soul of a nation!

Thanks to support from Iowans for LIFE supporters, we are bringing back this unique pro-life theater piece for six performances in a Catholic Church near you (see list below).

Admission is free, although a free will offering will taken at each.

Watch our video trailer below for details!

I look forward to seeing you at A CLASH OF CREEDS!


Maggie DeWitte


PS–> Be sure to RSVP to give us a rough idea of the headcount at each performance. Thank-you!


Performance Dates

Saturday, February 16th, 6:30PM (doors open at 6PM)

St Augustin Catholic Church

Sunday, February 17th, 3PM (doors open at 2:15PM)

St. Teresa Catholic Church

Friday, February 22nd, 7PM (doors open at 6:15PM)

St. Luke the Evangelist Catholic Church, Ankeny, IA

Saturday, February 23rd, 6:15PM (doors open at 5:30PM)

Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Sunday, February 24th, 2PM (doors open at 1:15PM)

All Saints Catholic Church

Sunday, March 3rd, 6:30PM

St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church

Be sure to RSVP to help us have a head count!

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