Posts Categorized: pro-life
Many churches host a Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. Pennsylvania Family Institute has two bulletin inserts available to help educate and promote life to your friends and church family:Meet Willow – born at just 22 weeks – highlighting the… Read more
Here is a 2017 March for Life bus list for Pennsylvania, listed by county in alphabetical order. If you are interested in riding a bus, please contact the local bus captain for more specific information. Also – as indicated – … Read more
Ohio just became the 19th state to update their abortion law to end late-term abortion by limiting abortion to 20 weeks. In 2017, we hope to see Pennsylvania join this growing list.
As the discussion continues on whether or not … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute is privileged and grateful to receive these and many other compliments from those attending our annual Friends of the Family banquet – what has become one of the premier … Read more
Legislative Update: Soon, your State Senator may be voting on an important pro-life bill – HB1948 – that would put an end to … Read more
The State Senate Judiciary Committee, by a 9-5 vote, passed HB1948 – legislation that would end late-term and dismemberment abortions in Pennsylvania. HB1948 may now be brought up for a vote by the full State Senate (please contact your Senator … Read more
Just introduced in the Pennsylvania State Senate is legislation to limit abortion to five months of pregnancy and thus ending late-term abortions. SB 888, similar to effort in the House with HB1948, would also send the barbaric late-term … Read more
A letter from a Pennsylvania Mom:
This is Jackson. He’s 18-months-old who was born right at 24 weeks. If he was born a half an hour earlier he would have been considered 23 weeks. At birth, he weighed less … Read more
This story has been updated with the current state legislation.
Dear Pennsylvania legislators and citizens of Pennsylvania,
This is our daughter Lydia. She is 3 years old and lives in central PA. She is a happy, active little girl, … Read more
Leslie Acosta (D) District … Read more