Newark, New Jersey sits in the shadow of the Abortion Capital of this country—New York City. Vitae Foundation is making a difference there by letting women considering an abortion know they have other options than crossing the Hudson River to terminate their pregnancies.
After 26 years of working to change the culture to one that advocates life, the Vitae Foundation announced Friday night that it needs to do more.
When the moment is right, you need to lean in, hold one another up and sling big things. This was the theme of Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s remarks to supporters at Vitae Foundation’s Annual Kansas City Pro-Life Event Friday night.
Dinesh D’Souza is known for taking on the ideologies of the current culture, and those in history, and turning them upside down from what mainstream sources articulate.
In January, it seemed like an attainable goal: connect 30,000 women facing unplanned pregnancies with lifesaving resources at local Pregnancy Help Centers. As of July 31, Vitae Foundation is on the threshold of surpassing that goal with 28,979!
Those were the motivational words of John Foppe, Vitae Foundation’s keynote speaker at its event in Fairview Heights, Ill., last Thursday night. Foppe, who was born without arms, said "When I let Him, God made beautiful things happen."
Every ten minutes someone in this country responds to a Vitae ad. The impact is especially demonstrative in the Greater Kansas City area.
A Fatima High School 12th grader and a St. George Catholic School, Linn, 8th grader are this year’s grand prize winners in Vitae Foundation’s Contest on Life Issues.
Two seventh graders from the Diocese of Kansas City, Kansas are the grand prize winners in Vitae Foundation’s “Champions for Life” Essay Contest.