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pro-life

noun against abortion, antiabortion, antiihetic to abortion, diametrically opposed to abortion, hossile to abortion, in favor of barring abortion, in favor of life, in favor of prohibiting abortion, in opposition to abortion, inimical to abortion, opposed to abortion, pro-human life, right-to-life advocate
Associated concepts: consistent life ethic, human rights, partial birth abortions, pro-choice, pro-life movement, unborn child
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The pro-life movement has gone through a similar transformation.
Yoest: The pro-life movement will ensure that the protection of life is a central issue in the 2012 elections.
The Pro-Life Movement spent EUR400,000 and received EUR200,000 in donations.
Newly empowered in Congress, ideological Republicans saw that support for the pro-life movement was collapsing in the wake of clinic bombings by extremists, and they turned their attention to bolstering funding for abstinence education instead.
This year will be very important to the pro-life movement, and you can make a big difference in helping to save the lives of unborn babies as well as the lives of the most vulnerable in our society
This is where we need to be putting our efforts, for without changed minds and hearts, the legal killing of many for the protection of a few is liable to be the legacy of the pro-life movement in Canada.
compared the pro-life movement to the historic liberal campaigns to extend equality: "You are the new abolitionists.
Actually, the pro-choice movement makes far more use of religious arguments than does the pro-life movement.
If it is argued by the pro-life movement that the Vatican has changed in recent years, it is only necessary to note that, since 1975 when the bishops wrote their pro-life pastoral, the Vatican has been involved with its Maronite militia in Lebanon and the thousands of murders of suspected communists and political dissidents in Argentina described by Emilio F.
Some hard-liners in the pro-life movement do have the intellectual courage to acknowledge and accept this consequence.
Catholic Bishop's Pastoral Message, which both rejected abortion, as examples of the Catholic Church's continuing commitment to the pro-life movement.
Two years ago, the high court clearly concluded that the use of the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) statute - a law designed to combat drug dealers and organized crime - was wrongly used against the pro-life movement.