I’ve been overwhelmed with this idea of legacy. What do we want to be remembered for? The legacy we’re talking about is a legacy like Vitae and how they are changing—no, not changing, but saving lives.
While there are many different avenues and many different ways all of us in the pro-life movement are trying to change the culture of America to a pro-life culture, the fact is what Vitae is doing is truly one of the most—if not the most innovative approach that exists anywhere in America today. And the results are astounding.
That’s why it’s important that ads by Vitae be there. Because Vitae can’t be inside the abortion clinic, but we can be there so women never set foot inside the abortion clinic. And that is the goal! Planned Parenthood spends millions in research to reach their demographic. Well, guess what? Vitae does their research too…and their ads work!
Vitae, with its heart of compassion and its feet of good works, has saved the lives of thousands and rekindled the conscience of our community.
The Vitae Foundation is sending messages into our country and into our culture about the value of human life and the value of unborn children.
One of the reasons I’m so impressed by Vitae is that you are approaching it in exactly the right way. I have all kinds of thoughts about legislative solutions to this, but I think they are much less interesting…and certainly less relevant than the mission you are undertaking.
Vitae understands that you have to combine research—facts—with an effective mode of delivery. This is what shifts people’s beliefs. We have the power to win this great pro-life struggle. Vitae has an indispensable role.