President's letters

  • Here Comes the Sun

    It’s morning again in America. - Hal Riney, producer, Reagan-Bush ‘84

    Forty-nine years after one of America’s darkest days, who besides the Great Communicator offers a proper comparison to today’s brighter tone—that fiery haze of optimism rising within the pro-life movement? Just as President Reagan’s campaign ad prompted viewers to recognize possibility born from accomplishments, it’s time to acknowledge a similar potential, the result of some impressively coordinated efforts throughout the past five decades, yours among them.

  • Just the thing for 44 bowl games

    We’re for the unborn, Oh can’t you see, We’ll never give up, ‘Til victory. -Thomas M. Harvey 

  • Provocative. Eye-catching. Here's the billboard you asked for!

    Truth will ultimately prevail where pains is taken to bring it to light. - George Washington

  • Father Knows Best

    A good man draws what is good from the store of goodness in his heart... For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. - Luke 6:45

  • Today at the Supreme Court

    Earlier today, the United States Supreme Court agreed to hear a case which will challenge current abortion law, established in 1973 by Roe v. Wade. In Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Court will consider whether or not a Mississippi law banning second trimester abortions should stand.

  • In defense of geraniums

    Such a morning it is when love leans through geranium windows - Laurie Lee

  • Light on Beacon Hill: MCFL files life-affirming bills

    Sometimes people think they have to do big things in order to make change. But if each one would light a candle, we’d have tremendous light. - Sister Thea Bowman

  • On this day

    On this day . . .

    We mourn more than 62.5 million lives violently taken, their remains casually discarded.