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Hillary Clinton--a staunch supporter of abortion rights--spoke last year about working with the prolife movement to realize a common goal of fewer abortions.
I often refer to the "seamless garment" approach to being prolife, and I think we Catholics are called to so much more than just marching and carrying signs.
There are other potential prolife pickups against incumbent pro-abortion Democrats, depending on who the challenger is:
Finally, we need to be prolife where it counts--in our checkbooks.
The Catholic Church is firmly committed to a prolife position.
Gzowski continued Morningside's support for the pro-abortion community while shutting out any and all prolife input.
Though mainline sources of news tend to ignore the conflict--as they do most issues that would lend credence to a prolife orientation--the struggle is real.
The problem thus far--and I believe the prolife movement has been especially complicit in this--is that we have focused only on abortion and not on women's needs.
Sometimes a truly prolife candidate can be tripped up by the media, be confused, ill-informed, misquoted, or quoted out of context.
In 1989 Morgentaler secured an injunction which prohibited all prolife activity--including prayer--within 100 metres of his clinic.
As we anticipate those nominations, perhaps the greatest responsibility we in the political field have right now is to ensure we have a prolife Senate that will confirm pro-life nominees and block judges who would entrench and expand Roe.