Pro-life Because prolifers only … by Jeffrey Miller September 7, 2007 written by Jeffrey Miller September 7, 2007 care for the unborn. 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Religious Simple Syndication (RSS) next post Zurich court overrules Bishop You may also like NARAL Leader May Have Exaggerated Abortion Feud With... December 3, 2004 Mired in a culture of death March 23, 2005 Divine Mercy Care Pharmacy October 21, 2008 Holy Innocents December 28, 2007 Fetal harvest June 11, 2003 I have a dream January 23, 2012 Hilliary in California October 20, 2006 Bubble zones October 19, 2009 The power of the blog December 6, 2002 The Missing February 10, 2006 4 comments Mr Flapatap September 8, 2007 - 8:47 am About 90-95% of all the work we do with our Respect for Life group is focused in helping the mother with the rest going to advocacy (letter writing, March for Life, etc.) Let’s have the Washington (Com)Post/Pest publish that. Reply Britt September 8, 2007 - 4:22 pm I just moved away from this area- it’s amazing how many people support this home. I always wanted to have the chance to volunteer there before i moved… wish i had had time. They’re really great people. Reply beez September 9, 2007 - 4:33 pm Woo Hoo! I know Fr. Stefan, the founding priest, and I am extremely proud that this facility is in my diocese. I have had a bumper sticker for it in my rear window for more than a year. It’s a great place and answers the lie that pro-lifers think only about the baby. I’m amazed the Post ran the story. Reply Margaret September 10, 2007 - 5:15 pm I’m amazed at the completely positive tone to the article. Wow. My only complaint is that the reporter seems to think this is somehow a novel approach to pro-life work– like nobody has ever thought of this before. I would have expected a passing sentence or two putting this home in the context of the many other crisis pregnancy centers throughout the country. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.