Advancing The Sanctity Of Human Life On Capitol Hill


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January 22, 2019 is the 46
th anniversary of the infamous Roe v. Wade opinion (1973). Since this Supreme Court opinion over 60 million babies have been lost to abortion in America. What’s more, that number continues to climb as 3,000 lives are added to that 60 million every single day 

This staggering number represents not only the tragic loss of life but also a devastating amount of wounded souls dealing with the lingering heartache that abortion leaves in its wake.  

This should not be.

That’s why, in addition to the March for Life and the National Prayer Service, we are holding a Remembering the Unborn Memorial in front of the Supreme Court at noon on January 22nd, the anniversary of Roe v. WadeHelp us...

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The National Pro-Life Center is pro-life ministry to members and staff of all three branches of government in the Nation’s Capital located across the street from the Supreme Court in walking distance of Congress and within minutes of the White House. The mission of the Center is to give national policy makers, including the federal judiciary, and their high level staff the information, education and inspiration they need to better form their consciences so they will make better decisions. The Center consists of two stately Washington row houses located sixty paces from the Justices’ private entrance to the Court. Five full time missionaries staff the center.

The mission of the National Pro-Life Center is to give the Justices of the Supreme Court, their high level staff, members of the federal judiciary, members of the U.S. Senate and other public policy makers the information, education and inspiration they need to better form their consciences and make decisions in keeping with the common good.

The philosophy of the National Pro-Life Center is based on the precepts of natural law informed by a Judeo-Christian worldview and enlightened by revelation. While not exclusively religious, this philosophy is consistent with the Church’s moral theology.

The National Pro-Life Center’s mission is accomplished through symposia, publications, information sessions, personal meetings with officials and media events. In addition to our work on Capitol Hill, NPLC also reaches out to the members of the state supreme courts. The missionaries at the NPLC also travel throughout the country giving presentations, institutes, conferences and lectures on human life issues.

The missionaries of the National Pro-Life Center welcome inquiries about its programs, visits to Capitol Hill, media appearances and presentations to churches, conferences, schools and charitable organizations.