Law of Life Summit

WHEN: Saturday, January 21, 2012  (4:00 pm to 5:30 pm)

WHERE:  The National Press Club, Washington D.C.

WHAT: Pro-Life Leaders and Law Students coming together to create measurable and achievable 6-month and 1-year pro-life initiatives, with the long-term goal of overturning Roe v. Wade.

Admission is free, but limited space is available.  

Registration is now open, click here.

For more information please email info@lawlife.org 

 

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3 Responses to “The First, Semi-Annual Law of Life Summit, Hosted by Ave Maria School of Law”

  1. Rose says:

    Thank you for having this much-needed summit, but please do not forget to address the conscience protections that are being chipped away at. Nurses and Doctors are being effectively coerced into participating in, and performing, abortions. And as you know it is not just here in the U.S, many countries are chipping away at these protections.

    And please do not forget that for many it is not for religious reasons – it is just plainly is repugnant to a woman to have to be the cause of terminating a life.

    Once conscience protections go, you can bet abortions will be one day mandated. This seems (and it is so urgent that it be accomplished) to be a great place to start. So please think about the much-needed strengthening and making permanent the protections (maybe even a Constitutional Amendment!)

    Even some of the most rabid pro-abortion people can muster up some reasoning when you discuss conscience protections (but you can’t call it conscience protections – that conjures up “religious right extremists” in their minds and their reasoning shuts down) you have to start at something like “should my daughter, whom is an RN and is committed to healing and saving life, be forced to perform an elective abortion (many RN’s do perform vacuum aspiration abortions) or assist in a elective surgery that terminates a viable baby’s life? They even get that and can discuss it.

    So maybe some new lingo is required for conscience protections. And please, please, remember, there are lots of people that are opposed to it and not for religious reasons. Please do not forget them. Maybe it should be called what is: “Protection from participating in or performing the act of the purposeful termination of another human life, whether a baby in-utero or a terminally ill already-born person.”

    Again, thank you, and God Bless you for your work.

  2. tim goulding says:

    Great initiative. Your pro-life movement in USA is so much stronger than ours in New Zealand where the holocaust of abortion is equally bad. I will pray for the success of this summit
    Best
    tim

  3. admin says:

    Thanks Tim and Rose, Excellent comments!

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