The fundamental position of the pro-life movement is that human life is special and must be defended from conception/fertilization to natural death. Spreading this pro-life message in the Pikes Peak region is the main objective of Pikes Peak Citizens for Life, and the public arena is the most important venue in which to communicate this culture of life.
Since we are all active in some way or another in the public arena, PPCFL hopes to equip all pro-lifers with the information and other tools necessary to promote the pro-life message in whatever part of the public arena we find ourselves in.
Many of these tools already exist as either local, state, national or international resources. PPCFL builds on these existing resources with additional resources we put together ourselves. Our intent with this website and our other efforts is to provide you with a quick and easy way to make yourself knowledgeable about life issues so that you can take the life message to others.
So, if you find that we are missing something you know might be helpful, contact us to let us know!
We will constantly be compiling more comprehensive information which we will provide directly or through links to other resources. This whole undertaking will be continually refined as we better learn how to communicate the essential aspects of the continuously evolving pro-life effort to move our culture away from death and towards life.
Please check back occasionally to find out what is happening!
The Supreme Court of Alabama ruled Friday that frozen human embryos conceived in vitro fertilization (IVF) are children, with human rights under state law. In the court’s opinion, Justice Jay Mitchell cited the Wrongful Death of a Minor Act. He wrote that the state law “applies to all children, born and unborn, without limitation” and […]
A Texan pro-life group is calling for the University of Houston to cancel its plans to display a “satanic” statue that honors feminism, abortion, and the late Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. According to Texas Right to Life, the university plans to publicly display a statue called “Witness,” which the pro-life group described as “an 18-foot […]
Few realms of public policy are as politically charged as that of women’s health. That’s a problem. In fact, I’d go much further: It’s a tragedy. We’ve abandoned the wealth of evidence offered to us by science. We’ve abandoned women. We’ve become parochial and combative, altering the definition of “women’s health” until it is nearly […]
This week, members of Congress demanded the D.C. medical examiner preserve the bodies of five unborn babies recovered from abortionist Cesare Santangelo’s Washington Surgi-Clinic until autopsies are conducted. The injuries to these babies’ bodies suggest their deaths may have been the result of partial-birth abortions or infanticide. Despite these possible federal crimes, the Justice Department has recommended […]
When I was growing up, every week, my Indian immigrant parents would drive my two siblings and me to a long-term care facility close to where we lived, so we could spend time with the residents. I remember one elderly woman, in particular: she’d had a debilitating stroke and no family to visit her. My […]
National Right to Life today released The State of Abortion in the United States, 2024. The eleventh annual edition summarizes key legislative developments on the state and federal level in the first year following the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned Roe v. Wade. The report notes that the annual number of […]