Pictured Below: Board member Norma Holm and guests grab some
treats and House of Hope coffee before the 40 Days for Life Kickoff . Right: Guests
grab some chow before the event begins.
Pictured Below: Lt. Col. Jennifer Ruth Green,
who is running as a candidate to represent Indiana District 1,
gives a passionate pro-life appeal, and discusses the racist
orgins of Planned Parenthood.
Pictured Below: Guest speaker Sheryll Williams shares her personal
testimony about abuse in the foster care system and being coerced
into having an abortion.
Pictured Below: Tom Jessen speaks to the crowd about the work of Outreach
Innovations at Our lady of Consolation Church in Merrillville on March 1.
Checkout our new billboards on Rt. 41 in Lowell! The Billboard stands on the east side of the street, about 600 feet south of Route 2, and comes with a QR Code on each side that is accessable to commuters. It serves as a reminder that every life has value, no matter the circumstance.
It is with a bittersweet feeling that way say goodbye to one of the most beloved and important people behind the LCRTL scene these past three years, Erica Stephen. Erica has served as the secretary to the LCRTL board since 2018 and has been instrumental in coordinating most of our events and functions, including our annual banquets. If you have volunteered for anything, or simply been present at any event, there is a good chance you have had the pleasure to hear and/or meet her. She has been the glue holding everything together for us in these difficult times, and her presence will be greatly missed. Many things could not have been executed properly without her time, talent, and dedication, and for that we are all extremely grateful. While we are sorrowful for her absence, we are excited and thrilled for the new opportunities she has before her, and wish nothing but the best for her. Thank you Erica, and may God bless you!
Within the next 24 hours, Nancy Pelosi’s House will consider a bill to nullify any and all statewide pro-life laws, like those in Texas and Mississippi, and officially codify Roe v. Wade into federal law.
We need to flood Congress with letters to STRIKE DOWN this radical pro-abortion takeover of America. Please add your name at to notify your representative by clicking here, which will give a “NO” VOTE on Nancy Pelosi’s bill that would NULLIFY every pro-life law in the nation.
We must act fast!
The House bill is deceptively called the “Women’s Health Protection Act.”
But we prefer to call it by what it truly is: the Abortion On Demand Until Birth Act.
If passed by the Senate, this extreme bill would eliminate limits on late-term abortions, chemical abortions, waiting periods, consent laws, discriminatory abortion, and many other barbaric practices.
And of course, YOU, the taxpayer, would be forced to fund such gruesome activities by federal mandate.
But thankfully, our grassroots army of pro-life activists like you has successfully advocated to strike down extreme pro-abortion bills before. Now, I’m calling on you to do it again.
Please add your name to our pre-written letter to YOUR representative, urging a “NO” VOTE on Nancy Pelosi’s bill that would NULLIFY every pro-life law in the nation.
Content from Susan B. Anthony website:sba-list.quorum.us
In a bold move by the state legislature, all life is now protected once a heartbeat is detected (around six weeks after conception is when this usually occurs) in Texas. The Supreme Court in a 5 to 4 vote, has decided to refrain from blocking the law. This is great news for both mothers and babies in the lone star state. Thank you Texas for leading the way, and setting an example of government respecting life of ALL citizens. Let's get this done here in Indiana!
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