Rain came down in sheets last Monday morning at Shadow Glen Golf Club in Olathe, Kan., but for the second time this summer, golf was played without delay at a Vitae golf tournament.
Jason Chaffetz came to Columbia, Mo., on Tuesday to thank the Vitae Foundation for its life-saving work and implored its audience not to cede their compassion card to someone else.
It was no doubt a punch to the gut when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday in favor of the abortion industry in June Medical Services v. Russo.
Abortion is extremely prominent in the Pacific Northwest. It’s why the Vitae Foundation is there.
This Mother’s Day, as you reflect on your mother, grandmothers or any woman that helped raise you, please take a moment to reflect on the women who didn’t want to be mothers ...
Another week produced another list of ways the abortion industry is moving its agenda to new (sickening) heights.
The following is a message from Vitae President Debbie Stokes:
Abortion doesn’t take a holiday. For most states, it also doesn’t abide by personal distancing and shelter-in-place mandates.