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Dr. Mildred Fay Jefferson

Feb 6, 2016
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 his 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 Have a Dream Speech

Jan 13, 2016
Martin Luther King's I Have a Dream Speech

In this lesson, middle school and high school students will read the “I Have a Dream” speech by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and compare the civil rights movement with the pro-life movement. Use this lesson in conjunction with Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Black History Month, or a study of the American civil rights … read more

Pro-Life Language: How Words Build a Culture of Life

Nov 17, 2015
Free Lesson: Pro-Life Language: How Words Build a Culture of Life

In this lesson, students will examine the phrase “from conception to natural death” and discuss ways we as pro-lifers can use language to help protect all human beings, even humans excluded by that phrase. Use this brief lesson as an addition to an ethics, religion, philosophy, or English class. Lesson overview Introduction (5 minutes): Read … read more

Celebrating Pro-Life Saints

Oct 20, 2015
Saints in the Culture of Life

Saints are ordinary people who did extraordinary things out of love for God. The Church honors their sacrifices through the title of sainthood. If we want to become heroes in the culture of life, we need to learn to imitate the saints and their love for Jesus. Celebrate the culture of life this coming All … read more

“Hills Like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway

Sep 22, 2015
Hills like White Elephants by Ernest Hemingway

Colored by Hemingway’s own European travels, “Hills Like White Elephants” tells the story of a conversation between a man and girl in a train station in rural Spain. As they discuss their relationship, which seems to be on the point of ending, Hemingway slowly reveals that the problems they face come from their disagreement about … read more