Pro-life law students held a symposium on Friday April 9th:
Advocates for Life, AUL's new initiative for pro-life law students across the country, in conjunction with Columbia Law Students for Life, sponsored a daylong legal symposium, "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Pro-life Strategy and Jurisprudence for the 21st Century." The symposium examined some of the most dynamic and evolving areas of abortion law to offer an in-depth look on how current controversies fit into pro-life jurisprudence and how their resolution will impact the pro-life movement.
... Dr. Charmaine Yoest gave the keynote address. She challenged the attorneys and law students to awaken Americans to the reality that Roe v. Wade is built on the premise that women need abortion in order to succeed. Dr. Yoest encouraged those present that we are winning the culture battle in America and she inspired the audience with her closing words to "be advocates for life."
Silent No More speaks out!
A posting on Catholics Online by Theresa Bonopartis -
Invited by Columbia Universities courageous Pro Life Group, we entered the lion's den to speak of the truth of abortion and its devastation, not only in the death of our children, but to countless women, men, grandparents and siblings.
... I left smiling, thinking of the apostles and in awe of the transformation brought about by our relationship with Jesus Christ which changed us from women full of fear to women proclaiming the truth from the temple steps through His amazing grace. He is risen! Indeed He is risen!