Diocese of Austin Office of Pro-life Activities
This office supports over 75 parish pro-life committees, provides education on issues regarding the dignity of human life, and encourages Catholics to take active roles on public policy issues.
The Gabriel Project
The Gabriel Project provides compassionate material assistance to women in unexpected pregnancies. This assistance continues throughout her pregnancy and for 12 months after the birth of her child.
Texas Alliance for Life
Champions public policies that protect human life and promotes compassionate alternatives to abortion, euthanasia and embryonic stem cell research.
Texas Right to Life
Seeks to articulate and protect the Right to Life of defenseless human beings, born and unborn, through legal, peaceful, and prayerful means.
National Catholic Bio Ethics Center
Research and education organization, which promotes human dignity in health care and the life sciences.
The largest grassroots pro-life educational organization in the nation.
Founded in 1971, AUL’s mission is to defend human life through legislative, judicial and education efforts on both the state and national level.
Provides accurate information about the options available to women with unexpected pregnancies and assists in locating a nearby pregnancy center.
Pro-life Action League
Founded by Joseph M. Sheidler in 1980 with the aim of saving unborn children through non-violent direct action.
Promotes a Culture of Life through mass media using television, radio and billboard campaigns.
Human Life International
The mission of HLI is to create effective opposition to the culture of death around the world. With affiliates and associates in over 100 countries, Human Life International is the largest international pro-life organization in the world.
A team of international pro-life experts and missionaries who monitor events and trends that affect the pro-life and pro-family movement, and help us all understand the larger context behind the stories.
Life Site News
News service dedicated to issues of culture, life, and family.
A non-profit research group whose goals are to expose the myth of overpopulation, to expose human rights abuses committed in population control programs, and to make the case that people are the world’s greatest resource.
This website from Jason Evert promotes chastity to teens. It contains videos and a wealth of statistical information on a wide range of life issues
Teens for Life
Teens for Life seeks to educate teens on the issues of abortion, infanticide, and euthanasia in an effort to move our culture back to a respect for life.
SFLA provides students, no matter what age, with the training and resources they need to have successful pro-life groups on campus.
The Silver Ring Thing
A live, high intensity stage event used to promote purity and abstinence until marriage. The website includes support for teens wearing a ring and living out their commitment.
Marriage Unique for a Reason
Offers resources to assist with the education and catechesis of Catholics on why marriage is unique and why it should be promoted and protected as the union of one man and one woman. An initiative of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).
Another initiative of the USCCB. This website offers a wealth of support for married couples, parents and those who are dating through articles, videos and other resources.
This is Pope Paul VI’s encyclical that re-affirms the Catholic church’s teachings on life, love, and human sexuality.
The NaProTECHNOLOGY Revolution: Unleashing the Power in a Woman’s Cycle
NaProTECHNOLOGY in Catholic Healthcare
This is an excellent PowerPoint presentation by Theresa Stigen, M.D., which introduces NaProTECHNOLOGY and explores the abortion-contraception link and the abortion-IVF link.
The Endowment for Human Development
Stunning pre-natal videos and pregnancy timelines.
Alexander Tsiaras narrates a visualization of conception through birth through art and technology. Beautiful!
Three excellent pro-life television ads produced by Catholic Vote.org. The first was turned down for broadcast by both NBC and CNN.
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