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40 Days to Transform Our Culture

Mar 2, 2017
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Lent is 40 days long. Forty is a biblical number. When God wanted to transform the hearts of the Israelites, He forced them to wander in the desert for 40 years. Jesus went into the desert for 40 days before He began His public ministry. For Christians, the 40 days of Lenten sacrifices is a … read more

Why Your Kids Need to Read Pro-Life Books

Feb 27, 2017
Why You Kids Need to Read Pro-Life Books

Everyone loves stories. That’s one of the reasons Jesus taught many of His lessons through parables. He gave His listeners a chance to relate to and understand the message of the kingdom of heaven. Stories are also a great way to teach your students about the culture of life. But where do you start? It’s … read more

5 Must-Have Pro-Life Apps

Feb 23, 2017
5 Must-Have Pro-Life Apps

Technology is helping save lives. To win the battle against the culture of death, we have to be creative. We must use the best tools available and use them well. App developers from the nation’s top pro-life organizations have been working hard to make praying for an end to abortion even easier. Today, there are … read more

Building a Culture of Life School Curriculum: Interview with Educator Rosemary Circo

Feb 16, 2017
Building a Culture of Life School Curriculum: Interview with Educator Rosemary Circo

As the Culture of Life Program coordinator for Saint Bruno Catholic School in Whittier, CA, Mrs. Rosemary Circo works with her school to include pro-life education, facing the challenges and successes that come with building a culture of life. Struggling in the school environment At Saint Bruno Catholic School, Circo wears many hats. She is … read more

Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson: the Pro-life Movement’s Greatest Orator

Feb 13, 2017
Dr. Mildred Jefferson

The pro-life movement has been blessed to have many great founding leaders who worked in support of personhood for every innocent human being from their beginning. These heroes dedicated their lives and careers to preserving the lives of preborn babies and to educating the public on the horrors of the many threats against them. One … read more

“I Don’t Want My Loved One to Suffer”: Euthanasia and Suffering

Feb 9, 2017
Suffering and Euthanasia

No one likes pain. It’s unpleasant, uncomfortable, and oftentimes inconvenient. Our secular world heartily acknowledges that pointless suffering should be stopped. People with terminal illnesses deserve our care and our compassion, but as euthanasia gains acceptance in our society, compassion has begun to mean choosing the time of death instead of helping the sick person … read more

Celebrate the Culture of Life with These February Holidays

Feb 6, 2017
Pro-Life President's Day

February is upon us and it’s another month full of opportunities to help your students embrace the culture of life. Celebrating Our African-American Pro-Life History The pro-life movement is filled with many heroes—people who have given up their friends, careers, and lives in order to devote themselves to protecting every human person. As pro-lifers, Black … read more

March for Life 2017

Feb 2, 2017
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Here are the highlights from CLSP at the March for Life last week! Last Friday, we were honored to participate in the March for Life Expo! We met with thousands of excited pro-life teens, parents, teachers, and chaperones. At the March for Life Expo booth, CLSP displayed our dropcards with facts about Margaret Sanger. We encouraged … read more