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President Trump: March for Life a movement born out of love

US March for Life crowd 2018

Every year, for 45 years, near the anniversary of Roe v Wade, crowds of people make a pilgrimage to the United States Capital, Washington DC, to March for Life.  This year was no exception, with what some are calling a record-breaking turn out of hundreds of thousands. The organisers describe the March as the "largest … Continue reading President Trump: March for Life a movement born out of love

Ending abortion means we must walk the talk: Michelle Kaufman

Michelle Kaufman

Standing in for her mother, Dame Colleen Bayer, DSG, Michelle Kaufman, the Director of Family Life International NZ thanked the crowd for their efforts to protect the great gift of life from conception. She recalled that the last March in defense of human life in the streets of Wellington occurred in 1974.  The witness of … Continue reading Ending abortion means we must walk the talk: Michelle Kaufman

Kate Cormack: A better future where abortion is unthinkable

Kate Cormack

Discovering seven years ago that 12 pre-born children were being aborted each Thursday at her local hospital, led Kate Cormack to a crossroad. Unable to eat or sleep, her mother asked her what she would do if the children being killed were newborns. Kate's answer:  "I would be out there doing everything I can to … Continue reading Kate Cormack: A better future where abortion is unthinkable

Remembering half a million lives lost to abortion: Gordon Copeland

Speaking on Parliament Grounds on Saturday 9th December, Gordon Copeland, former MP, told the large crowd that the March for Life was a "commemoration of the 500,000 ended by abortion." He also acknowledged that there are people missing, "thousands who could have been born, but who never will be" because their parents were aborted. "Who … Continue reading Remembering half a million lives lost to abortion: Gordon Copeland

Life the only fight that really counts

David Light

"The only fight that really counts is the fight of love and for life", David Light told the crowd gathered at Parliament for the first National March for Life on Saturday. David, an accomplished boxer and Commonwealth Games silver medalist spoke of his father's sacrifices to raise his children after his wife died shortly after … Continue reading Life the only fight that really counts

Six hundred March for Life in New Zealand’s Capital

Teenage girls lead the March for Life

Six hundred people from all over New Zealand joyfully walked the streets of Wellington on Saturday, marching in defence of human life from conception. The National March for Life, the first in the nation's Capital since 1974, was organised to mark the 40th anniversary of the Contraception, Sterilisation and Abortion Act (1977), and remember the … Continue reading Six hundred March for Life in New Zealand’s Capital

March for Life highlights support for pregnant women

Love them both

New Zealanders from all over the country will March for Life in Wellington this Saturday to mark the passing of the Contraception, Sterilisation and Abortion Act 40 years ago.  In addition, organisers wish to express to politicians and the nation that significant support is available within the community for women who face an unexpected pregnancy. … Continue reading March for Life highlights support for pregnant women

Education gives people reasons to stand for life

Pregnant woman with 4D ultrasound

One of the goals of the March for Life is to educate people about the humanity of the pre-born child, the harmful effects abortion can have on women and the generous services available in the community to support women and families through situations that may lead them to believe there is no other option than … Continue reading Education gives people reasons to stand for life

Who should come to the March for Life?

Rome March for Life

The March for Life is this Saturday and perhaps you are wondering if it is for you!  There is still time to decide to come to Wellington. There will be people of all ages, ethnicities, religions, walks of life and political viewpoints in attendance and there are many reasons why they will take part. Those … Continue reading Who should come to the March for Life?