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Roe Anniversary: Vitae is More Important than Ever

Today is the 48th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade anniversary—a sobering day.  We bow our heads in memory of the more than 62 million preborn children who have lost their lives to the atrocity of legalized abortion.  We mourn for the mothers, fathers and their families who today are without their precious family member(s).

“It is a reminder that the work Vitae does is more important today than ever before,” Vitae Foundation President Debbie Stokes stated.  “Promoting the pro-woman approach in communicating with women who believe there is no hope is tantamount to saving lives and winning hearts and minds as we move forward in 2021.” 

The abortion landscape is changing, and Vitae’s research is crucial as we enter 2021. Vitae is looking at new areas of research to better understand different audiences of women; training new audiences on how to understand the mind of the woman facing an unintended pregnancy; and staying on top of the marketing exploits of abortion pills to women in this country.  More on these topics will be shared in the months to come.

Today has also been declared National Sanctity of Human Life Day.  On this day, our Nation proudly and strongly reaffirms our commitment to protect the precious gift of life at every stage, from conception to natural death.  Let us all take a moment to reflect on the gifts each of us has been given, especially the gift of life.  May the actions we take reflect the dignity of every man, woman and child—born and preborn.

“We feel confident that God is providing exciting opportunities to share the blessings He has bestowed on us here at Vitae,” Stokes noted.  “We are changing the course of the pro-life landscape, but we couldn’t do so without your help.” 

Please consider a gift to Vitae today.  Help mark this anniversary with a life-altering donation that will make a difference in the life of a mother and her precious preborn baby.  That difference is life itself!

  • I realized I needed a paradigm shift. It was at this point that Vitae Foundation waltzed in and dropped the tool to affect change into my lap,” Bradley stated. “Here was scientific data on what the culture is thinking on the issue of abortion. All we had to do was apply the research to our messaging.

    Whitney Bradley, Archdiocese of Omaha, Coordinator of the Respect Life Apostolate

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Donate today...save a life tomorrow. Vitae needs your help! If a woman contemplating an abortion doesn’t see Vitae’s messaging, she ends up at an abortion facility instead of a life-affirming Pregnancy Help Center. It’s that simple. Please donate today.

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