Posted on March 05, 2019 11:38 AM

Op-Ed in Boston Herald on Protect Life Policy

Star Parker writes in the Boston Herald this week, spelling out exactly why our the president's support for The Department of Health and Human Services Protect Life Rule is so important.

This policy has cut off Title X federal funds from going towards abortion facilities and services, or clinics which make abortion referrals. It will also  require that clinics taking Title X funds be “physically and financially” independent from any entity providing abortions.

Star writes:

"This puts a stop to organizations like Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, from claiming that, although they perform abortions, Title X funds they receive are used for other purposes."

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Posted on March 05, 2019 10:58 AM

MCFL Spearheads Screening of Game-Changing Pro-Life Film

What she saw changed everything.

Do you know Abby Johnson's story? Whether you answer yes or no,  have you seen it?

The soon-to-be-released film, UnPlanned, from a dynamic & wildly diverse team of creatives and activists in Hollywood tells that story -- from youngest Planned Parenthood director in history to now fierce pro-life spokeswoman.  On Thursday, February 28, our Director of Community Engagement, and one of our board members hosted an exclusive pre-screening at UMass Amherst...

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Posted on March 04, 2019 11:14 AM

Petition Against Extreme Abortion Law In Massachusetts

Bill SD 1209, better known as An Act to Remove Obstacles and Expand Abortion Access in Massachusetts makes extremism look mild.  Massachusetts has some of the most liberal abortion laws in the nation, and the world.

This bill makes abortion not safe, not rare, and outright promotes the deadly procedure.

See our quick facts on the ROE Act here

Sign your name below to say no to extremism, no to abandoning our 13-year-old girls to predators, and our women to non-physicians, and no to expanding abortion in our state

(Both pro-life and pro-choice voters in Massachusetts agree: SD1209 throws the health of women to the dogs, abandons minors to sexual predators and big abortion busines, and unnecessarily reduces culpability for abortionists who botch procedures and butcher the patients on their tables.)




Thank you for everything you do in our movement to 

restore respect for every human being

in our Commonwealth.

Posted on February 26, 2019 11:16 AM

BREAKING: Pro-Abortion Senators Block Infant-Born-Alive Protection


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE --  WASHINGTON D.C. -- The U.S. Senate voted on February 26, 2019, 53-44 to advance the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act (S. 130) sponsored by Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.). Pro-abortion senators blocked the bill from receiving the 60 votes necessary, however, to move forward. Had it advanced, this bill would have federally mandated that medical professionals administer life-saving healthcare to babies born alive during an abortion.

The president of National Right to Life, Carol Tobias, remarked: 

"Today we saw the extremism of the abortion industry's agenda on full display. The 44 members of the United States Senate who voted against this bill now need to explain to their constituents why they believe abortion is such an absolute 'right' that it protects what amounts to infanticide: willfully withholding life-saving care from an born-alive infant."

The block of this common sense legislation comes right off the heels of a slew of controversy over extreme-abortion-promoting laws in states such as Virginia and New York. In Massachusetts, we will soon face The ROE ACT ("Remove Obstacles and Expand Abortion Care").

For more information regarding upcoming opportunities to make an impact on our local protection for preborn humans and women, please sign up here for email alerts. Join the movement here and become an MCFL Advocate. Or support our legislative lobbying for life by making a tax-deductible donation.

Posted on February 25, 2019 10:10 AM

Say NO to Infanticide

National news has been focused on Virginia's promotion of infanticide. Or on New York, where Governor Cuomo just signed extremist legislation to increase abortions in his state.

Here in Massachusetts, however, we have our own infanticide law lined up. S.1209 legalizes infanticide, removes parental notification, abortion waiting periods, and the requirement that late-term abortions are done in a hospital. 

We have to ask: Hey, pro-woman pro-choicers - what happened to safe, legal, RARE?

No matter what side of the political or ideological spectrum you fall on, S.1209 is extreme and dangerous

What can you do? First, sign the petition! Let Governor Baker know, Massachusetts does not endorse infanticide & child abuse. Second, get educated. Review the quick facts below.

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Posted on February 20, 2019 9:27 AM

MCFL's President, Anne Fox, to Retire

Photo courtesy of the Boston Herald


With the length of Mrs. Fox's tenure at MCFL' president, we cannot do justice in a short article to her legacy at MCFL. Our entire team wish her the best in her retirement, and are grateful to her service in the pursuit of justice for the unborn, and all of our vulnerable in the Commonwealth.

We released the following announcement to the press, and now post here for all of advocates as well:

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Posted on February 19, 2019 10:58 AM

We Say NO: Petition to End Infanticide & Up-to-Birth Abortion

Action here is easy. Be an advocate for the unborn with a quick dash of your pen (or keyboard): Sign this petition to our national legislature.

The petition demands our representatives protect our most vulnerable human lives and reject all laws which allow the killing of a child up to birth or immediately post-birth.


Share and send to your friends and community.


Posted on February 15, 2019 2:46 PM

Reflections on Abortion & Infanticide from a Jewish Perspective


by Don Feder


I gave this address a year ago: We need to keep talking about the savage roots of the abortion mentality.

When I was a kid (a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away), my favorite TV shows

were “The Adventures of Superman” and “The Lone Ranger.”


Remember the way “The Lone Ranger” opened: “Return with us now to those thrilling

days of yesteryear! From out of the past come the thundering hoofbeats of the great Horse

Silver! The Lone Ranger rides again.”


Well, apologies to the masked man and his faithful Indian companion, but those days

of yesteryear often weren’t that thrilling. In antiquity, they were frequently barbaric, bloody

and brutal. 


It was a time when human sacrifice, infanticide and the carnage of the arena were

commonplace. People as diverse as the Carthaginians, Etruscans, Canaanites, Celts, Aztecs,

Incas and Hawaiians sacrificed adults or babies to appease the gods, ward off natural

disaster, and assure good harvests or victory in battle. In Carthage between 800 BC and 146

BC., it is estimated 20,000 infants were ritually sacrificed.



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Posted on February 13, 2019 3:57 PM

Meet Sofia, MCFL's 2019 Communications Intern!

Our newest team member comes to us from Boston College. Local, of Colombian-extraction, with a talent for using words and a heart of service, Sofia Infante will writing regularly on topics of human life in the Commonwealth. You can also find her as one of the newest leaders in the Boston MCFL Chapter (Advocates). She loves to travel, and engaging with her fellow human beings on heart things: beliefs, family, stories.

Get to know her! She's introduced herself in the following interview!


Tell us a little about you. Do you have siblings?

I grew up with Colombian parents. During my childhood, my parents worked hard to teach us about our Catholic faith. They didn’t shield us from the world, but always answered any questions we may have had. I remember many conversations at the dinner table revolved around current events. This informed my desire to uncover and speak out about the truth, especially concerning topics that seemed to have already been deliberated and decided upon by those in positions of power. My family’s honest and compassionate approach to teaching us about the fruits of living a virtuous life taught me to value and expect the same honesty in myself and others.

Do you have siblings?

Two siblings-- one older and one younger brother.

What do you love to do?

I love to read short stories, take photos, spend time talking about my faith and current events with friends, and I especially enjoy baking.

When did you first get involved in pro-life advocacy?

Deciding that I wanted to contribute to the pro-life cause was a gradual realization. After graduate school, I thought I would write about current events in the Catholic Church. During this time of hardship and painful revelations, I felt emboldened to do my part in bringing the truth to light and to support those who out of love...

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Posted on February 11, 2019 4:12 PM

Black History, and Abortion, a Remnant of Slavery

by Sofia Infante, Communications Intern, MCFL

During Black History month, we acknowledge and give thanks for the achievements of so many African Americans and the indelible marks they left on American society. The triumphs of Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, Rosa Parks, and Martin Luther King Jr. were hard won, as they fought against the prevailing racist and inhumane realities of their time. Their work towards a more just and compassionate society is continued today as the chains of slavery on African Americans look entirely different, but remain as virulently degrading and violent.

Although slavery was abolished in 1865, and segregation was largely outlawed in 1964 with the passage of the Civil Rights Act, discrimination against African Americans--especially women--is almost as prevalent today, if not more vicious and insidious, than it was in the past. According to the Guttmacher Institute, for every white woman who obtains an abortion, four black women have an abortion. Since the Supreme Court legalized abortion in Roe. v. Wade, African American women have had abortions at a disproportionately higher rate than other minority women, and white women. Less than a decade ago, although African Americans accounted for 14% of the childbearing population, they obtained 36.2% of abortions (Abortion Surveillance Report, CDC). According to some estimates, more than 19 million African American babies have been killed since 1974. This means more black babies have been killed by abortion than crime, accidents, heart disease, cancer, and aids (Cure Policy Report).

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