Posts Categorized: pro-life
By: Alexis Stefani and Thomas Shaheen
Pennsylvania has a history of supporting alternatives to abortion – and for good reason. Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry preach how they want women to make their own decision about a pregnancy. This … Read more
Despite the Pennsylvania State Senate and State House passing a safe telemedicine … Read more
The U.S. Supreme Court is about to hear oral arguments in a very important case, June Medical v Russo, that deals with abortion, a first for the nation’s highest court since the confirmation of Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh. … Read more
If you are interested in riding a bus to the March for Life on Friday, January 24th, please contact the local bus captain for more specific information.
These victories are only possible by God’s grace and because of the financial partnership with Pennsylvania Family Institute (PFI) by individuals and families across the Commonwealth. To partner financially with PFI heading into the new year, please go to pafamily.org/donate… Read more
A new national report shows that one-third of independent abortion clinics have closed since 2012.
That national trend is reflected here in Pennsylvania. Nine abortion clinics in Pennsylvania – 38% – have closed since 2012.
At that time, there were … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute thanks the 123 State Representatives for their bipartisan affirmative vote on House Bill 1890, known as the Fetal Remains Bill, that offers a compassionate way of showing respect to human life lost early in pregnancy.
“Human beings … Read more
Focus on the Family shares a story about Lisa, who at age 17 faced an unexpected pregnancy and recounts how hearing the heartbeat of her unborn child made all the difference:
[Lisa] scheduled an abortion. Actually, she made three appointments. … Read more
This past Friday, Rep. Wendy Ullman (D-Bucks) issued an apology for her callous comments that an early miscarriage is “just some mess on a napkin.” However, she is still continuing to lie about House Bill 1890 and what it would … Read more